Director, Leadership & Political Engagement Program
Assistant Professor of Political Science
Director, Debate Program
B.A. Cornerstone University
M.A. Biola University
Ph.D. University of Southern Mississippi
Professional: Professor Caito’s areas of research include comparative politics, conflict, sacred space, and political networks. His 14 years of applied experience in the non-profit sector with Global Mapping International, Samaritan’s Purse and Habitat for Humanity continue to inform his scholarly work.
Professor Caito is currently affiliated with the American Political Science Association (APSA) and Christians in Political Science (CPS). He also advises Corban’s competitive inter-collegiate debate club.
Personal: Tony married Alicia in 2001. They have four children: Jackson, Emmelyn, Silas and Gabriel. When not teaching, Tony enjoys traveling internationally, geocaching, playing disc golf and going on scooter road trips.
Why Corban: “The opportunity to build a new academic program from the ground up does not come around often. I love turning a vision into reality and the opportunity to launch the assortment of Leadership & Political Engagement programs, including the political science degree and debate club, at an institution like Corban University, that is in the business of producing students as a ‘Corban’ (gift to God), was difficult to pass up.”