Reubin Askew

Reubin O'D. Askew
Professor and Eminent Scholar Chair in Florida Government and Politics, Governor of Florida, 1971-1979

J.D., University of Florida
B.S., Florida State, Public Administration

Specializations: Florida government, international trade

Phone: (850) 487-1870
Office: 648 Bellamy

Former Florida Governor (1971-1979) and U.S. trade Representative (1979-1980). Professor Askew holds the Askew Eminent Scholar Chair and since 1995 has been on the faculty, and he has been the Senior Fellow of the Florida Institute of Government. His interests are in administration and public policy of Florida state government and the evolution of American federalism.

Recent Awards and Achievements

1995-2000 Distinguished Professor of Public Policy (with tenure) FSU, Tallahassee, FL

1996 Distinguished Visiting Professor, USF, Tampa, FL

1997 Distinguished Visiting Professor, UNF, Jacksonville, FL

1998 Distinguished Visiting Professor, UWF, Pensacola, FL

1999 Distinguished Visiting Professor, FAMU, Tallahassee, FL

2000 Distinguished Visiting Professor, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

2000-Present Reubin O’D. Askew Eminent Scholar Chair, Florida Government & Politics, FSU

2001 Distinguished Visiting Professor, FGCU, Ft. Myers, FL

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