CCU Spotlights

Gregory Schaller

Gregory  Schaller

Assistant Professor of Political Science
School of Humanities and Sciences

  • Ph.D. Candidate, Political Science - (Temple University)
  • M.A. Political Science (Villanova University)
  • B.A. Political Science & History (Eastern University)


Phone: 303-963-3115

Professional Accomplishments:

Conferences and Seminars:
  • Presentation on "The Role of Natural Law in Practical Governance," Constitutional Principles for State Legislatures sponsored by the Centennial Institute at Colorado Christian University, Lakewood, Colorado, October 2009
  • Presentation on "What we Want our Students to Learn," Centennial Institute Colloquium: Best Practices for Teaching Western Civilization, Lakewood, Colorado, April 2010
  • Attended Leadership Program of the Rockies Annual Retreat, Colorado Springs, Colorado, February 2010

Other Activities:

  • Initiated Colorado State Legislature Internship Program internship program for CCU students at the Colorado state capitol in fall 2009. By spring 2010, seven CCU students participated as interns in the State Senate and one student served as an intern in the State House. All students gained excellent experience, received exposure to the legislative process, experienced outstanding networking opportunities - and received outstanding evaluations from their supervisors. Two CCU students were offered jobs as paid aides for the 2011 legislative session.
  • Centennial Institute Fellow
  • Published "Liberty's Moral Dimension" essay in the Centennial Review, November 2009
  • Member of the student advisory board for the Centennial Institute
  • Faculty advisor for the College Republicans at CCU; hosted three state legislature candidates and a candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives

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