NEBRASKA LECTURE | John Hibbing
In his presentation, "Genes, Behavior and Politics," John R. Hibbing, Foundation Regents University Professor of political science, outlines his research examining the role of genetics in shaping people's political temperaments. Hibbing joined Nebraska's faculty as an assistant professor in 1981 and was promoted to associate professor in 1985, professor in 1990, and was named a Foundation Regents University Professor in 2001. He earned his bachelor's degree from Dana College in Blair, and his master's and doctoral degrees from the University of Iowa. He has taught courses and written books and articles on biology and social behavior, American politics, legislative politics and public opinion.
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