Adjunct Graduate Faculty
Melanie Marlow is Visiting Assistant Instructor of Political Science at Miami University. She received her B.A. from Utah State University in 1998 and a M.A. in Political Science from Claremont Graduate University in 2002. She teaches courses on constitutional law, the American Presidency, and American founding political thought. Her research interests include: Presidency and Congress: Concurrent Powers, Presidential War Powers, Judicial Deference to the Executive and Legislative Branches, federalism, and piracy. She has written an article called, “The Unitary Executive and Review of Agency Rulemaking,” for The Unitary Executive and the Modern Presidency (2010). Currently, she is working with Carol McNamara on an edited version of The Obama Presidency in the Constitutional Order, as well as a paper on President Obama and agency control, all while finishing her dissertation on presidential executive orders. She has taught for the MAHG program under the Teaching American History Grant. In addition, she has also received grants from the Lehrman American Studies Fellowship, Princeton, NJ, and the Coca-Cola Graduate Fellowship.