Following this, he taught for 2 years at The Hiram Scott College in Scottsbluff, Nebraska before coming to Dominican in Summer of 1970 as the first Chair of the Political Science Department. After teaching for 7 years in Political Science and in the Humanities (helping develop Dominican's then-new Colloquium Program in the Humanities), he attended The Catholic University of America where he completed his Ph.D. in political philosophy.
He returned to Dominican College and has served as Professor of Political Science, Chair of a Faculty Committee directing Faculty and Curriculum Development under the Buck grant, as well as several administrative positions including Chair of the Division of Global Studies and Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences (1995-98).
He also directed the MA Program in Humanities (1995-98) and has been teaching courses in the Department of Politics and International Studies as well as the MA Program in Humanities. He served as the Pre-Law Advisor to students from 1990-2006. He was director of a Faculty Development Center on campus: Center for Collaboration, Learning, Innovative Education, and New Technologies (CLIENT) until his retirement from full-time teaching May 2006.
Political Philosophy, Asian Thought