Bill Eubank was educated at the Universities of Houston (B.S., 1967 and M.A., 1969) and Oregon (Ph.D., 1978) in political science. While at Oregon, he worked for the Center for Advanced Study of Educational Administration, Oregon Research Institute and the Institute for Policy Analysis, as an evaluation designer/analyst constructing scales, tests and surveys assessing topics such as psychological, reliability and validity scales, educational assessment and juvenile justice.
He worked briefly at California State University and Washington State University before taking a job at the University of Nevada, Reno. He has taught courses in Constitutional law, rights and liberties, political parties elections and voting, judicial process, public opinion and political psychology, undergraduate and graduate courses in research methods and graduate classes in American politics, parties elections and voting, and the history of political science.
An experimentalist, he likes working on and possibly solving problems. He and co-authors have presented or published papers in topics such as computer algorithms, statistics, elections and voting, legislative coalitions and political violence.
- Research methods
- Judicial process and constitutional law
- Voting behavior and parties
- Public choice
- Ph.D., University of Oregon, 1978
- M.A., Universities of Houston, 1969
- B.S., Universities of Houston, 1967