Associate Professor of Political Science & Director of Outcomes Assessment for Becton College
- American Government & Politics
- Civil Liberties/Civil Rights
- The American Presidency
- Political Methodology
- Political Parties and Interest Groups
- President and Congress
Professor Cassino conducts research in American politics, institutions (Congress and Presidency), youth politics, and political psychology. He completed postdoctoral research at Princeton University, and is now Director of Experimental Research for Fairleigh Dickinson's survey research group, PublicMind.
- PhD., Political Science, Stony Brook University
- M.A., Political Science, Stony Brook University
- B.A., Political Science, University of Arizona
- "Changing the Subject: Abortion and Symbolic Masculinities among Young Evangelicals." Journal of Men, Masculinities and Spirituality 1:2.
- Consuming Politics: Jon Stewart, Branding and the Youth Vote in America. Associated Universities Press (with Yasemin Besen).
- "Motivated Ignorance and the Dynamics of Partisan Presidential Approval." Political Psychology 28:4 (with Matthew Lebo).
- Cassino, Dan and Milton Lodge. "Somatic Markers and Politics Evaluations." Presented at the Conference on Biology and Politics, March 7, 2008.
- Cassino, Dan. "Priming Party ID: An experimental study of Macropartisanship." Presented at the Spring Meeting of the New York Area Political Psychology Group, April 26, 2008.
Email: dcassino [at] fdu.edu
Office: Mansion 39A
View a video of Prof. Cassino's discussion of poll results.