David A. Dulio is Professor of Political Science Department and Director of the Center for Civic Engagement at Oakland University. He teaches courses on campaigns and elections, Congress, political parties, interest groups, and other areas of American politics. Dulio has published twelve books, with two of his most recent being Michigan Government, Politics and Policy and Cases in Congressional Campaigns: Split Decision. He has written dozens articles and book chapters on subjects ranging from the role of professional consultants in U.S. elections to campaign finance. Dulio is also a former American Political Science Congressional Fellow on Capitol Hill where he worked in the U.S. House of Representatives Republican Conference for former US Rep. J.C. Watts, Jr. (R-OK).
Dulio has been the faculty adviser to the OU Rotaract student organization since 2017. He finds it rewarding to see the students take control of the group's direction, especially in their service-oriented work. Dulio is looking forward to being an honorary member of Rochester Rotary so that the Club and Oakland University can strengthen their important bond. Dulio lives in Beverly Hills with his wife, Adrianne, and two daughters, Abby and Sophia. He enjoys playing golf on OU's two courses...if anyone is looking for a game, just let him know!