Professor of International Studies & Political Science
University of South Carolina
322 Shandon Street
Columbia, SC 29205
Professor of International Studies and Political Science at the University of South Carolina. His areas of expertise are the theory and practice of foreign policy, focusing on the United States policymaking process, bureaucratic politics & decision-making theory, and the psychological study of political leaders and human cognition. He considers himself first and foremost an Educator who loves to interact with and learn from diverse peoples and cultures.
Born & raised in L.A.
Lettered in high school basketball; played most
sports (3.96 out of 4.0 GPA)
U.S. National Merit Finalist (99 percentile on SAT in Math)
Went to U.C.L.A.
Financially independent at 18
Lived & worked in Washington, D.C.
Worked at Library of Congress
Living in Columbia, South Carolina
As President changed ISA (Int Studies Ass)
Comparative Foreign Policy section to Foreign Policy
Traveled to over 40 countries
Lived in Armenia, Argentina, Mexico, China,
Colombia, Italy & Somalia
He maintains ROSATI'S DIGITAL POLITICAL SALON on Facebook
Father had duo-citizenship (U.S. and Italian) and fought in World War II (on the allied side)
Mother was born and raised in Florence, Italy
and came to the United States as a war bride
Three children (girl-boy-girl) all went to Clemson U, two studied abroad in Firenze & Barcelona
Retains close family in Italy
Enjoys beach & mountains, travel &
experiencing life, driving, cooking, family & friends,
movies, music, sports, reading, my puppy Gio, relaxing