David Cason, Ph.D. Assistant Professor teaches Honors Courses in the Honors Program. He has extensive experience both at the Secondary and University level. He has published research in how teachers impact the political beliefs of students. He has worked to encourage local history and preservation by serving as President of the Board of Directors for Franklin Roosevelt’s Little White House State Historical Site in Georgia. He has taught courses on Civil Rights and American Military History. He is currently completing a biography of musician Graham Jackson, who was considered the favorite musician of President Roosevelt.