Office Hours
Classes
Bio

Tuesday

  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM Call Building PC683 Petaluma Campus

Thursday

  • 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM Emeritus Hall 1548 Santa Rosa Campus

Fall 2018

Section 0232 of POLS1
Introduction to United States Government -- : Sep 17 - Dec 12 2018
The above section is a late start class.

Section 1346 of POLS1
Introduction to United States Government -- : Sep 13 - Dec 13 2018
The above section is a late start class.

Section 1970 of POLS1
Introduction to United States Government -- : Aug 20 - Dec 12 2018

Summer 2018

Section 8549 of POLS1
Introduction to United States Government -- : Jun 18 - Jul 25 2018

Section 8976 of POLS1
Introduction to United States Government -- : Jun 18 - Jul 25 2018

Spring 2018

Section 4750 of POLS1
Introduction to United States Government -- : Jan 30 - May 10 2018

Section 6102 of POLS1
Introduction to United States Government -- : Jan 30 - May 10 2018

Section 6535 of POLS1
Introduction to United States Government -- : Jan 30 - May 10 2018
This is a Petaluma Transfer Track class and is open to all students. Transfer Track classes start late and end early and do not meet during finals week.

Born and raised in Santa Rosa, Rob Proctor returned to Sonoma County in 2003 after more than 20 years working as a Foreign Service Officer for the U.S. Department of State. He is currently an adjunct instructor in political science at Santa Rosa Junior College, College of Marin, and Dominican University of California.

His diplomatic career included overseas tours in Africa, the Middle East, Europe and the Caribbean. Among his responsibilities in these postings were political analysis, peacekeeping, and representation of U.S. policy. Prior to his retirement from the U.S. Government, Rob was Director for Political Training at the U.S. Foreign Service Institute (FSI), the Department of State's training facility. He also headed the African Area Studies Program at FSI.

Rob received his undergraduate degree in Political Science from Stanford University. He has completed graduate degrees in international fields from Columbia University and Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.