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Victoria Mantzopoulos

Associate Dean
Professor
Academic Coordinator for International Programs

Victoria Mantzopoulos, professor and associate dean, University of Detroit Mercy
Contact Info:
Campus: McNichols Campus
Building: Briggs
Room: 120
Phone: 313-993-3254
Victoria Mantzopoulos, professor and associate dean, University of Detroit Mercy
Areas of Expertise:
Culture - Greece
National Elections
Political Campaigns
Politics in the Media
Polling and Public Opinion Polls
President and Congress
Women in Politics

Degrees

  • Ph.D. April 1987, Wayne State University, Political Science
  • M.A. 1982, Wayne State University, Political Science
  • B.A. 1979, Ball State University

Biography

Curriculum Vitae

Victoria Mantzopoulos, Ph.D.,  teaches statistics, American government, public policy, and undergraduate law. Mantzopoulos' publications and professional presentations both here and abroad have dealt with the Political Economy of China and public opinion polling. She recently published a book titled The Political Economy of China’s Systemic Transformation 1979-Present: Successes, Obstacles, Anomalies, (with Raphael Shen, S.J.). She has also published several textbooks including Probabilities and Statistics (Kendall-Hunt), Foundations in Statistics (University of Detroit Mercy Press), and Statistics for the Social Sciences (Prentice Hall). She is a member of the Midwest Economic Association and the Midwest Political Science Association. Mantzopoulos began her academic career at the University of Athens in Greece. She holds a B.A. from Ball State University and master's and doctoral degrees from Wayne State University. She joined the University in 1986.

As associate dean for the College of Liberal Arts & Education, she serves as the college liaison and representative, oversees changes in grades and readmissions, monitors student performance including probation, dismissals and grade grievances, and is involved with the creation, implementation and oversight of new program development.

 
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