Concentration: American Government, Judiciary
Education: B.A., University of Alaska at Anchorage; J.D., Gonzaga University School of Law
Office: Stevenson 3009A
Phone: (707) 664-3165
Professor Gouveia teaches four to five sections of Pols 200 each semester. He has also taught Pols 421 (Federal and Intergovernmental Relations) and 494/560 (Courts and Judicial Behavior.) Additionally he worked as a special consultant on the Student Learning Outcome development committee for Political Science 200 during the Fall of 2007. Professor Gouveia practiced law briefly as a personal injury attorney in Washington State and then worked in Washington, DC for U.S. Senator Daniel Inouye from 1993-2000 as a legislative assistant. His areas of expertise are foreign affairs/policy, justice/judiciary and energy and water issues.
- POLS 200: American Political System
POLS 421: Federal and Intergovernmental Relations
POLS 494/560: Courts and Judicial Behavior