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Experts on Politics and Government

Environmental Politics:

Andrew Austin, Associate Professor of Democracy and Justice Studies (Sociology).
Crime and justice issues. Race and justice. Social class and justice. Women and justice. Anti-environmentalism.
465-2359. austina@uwgb.edu.

Michael Kraft, Professor Emeritus of Public and Environmental Affairs (Political Science). Herbert Fisk Johnson Professor in Environmental Studies.
Environmental politics and policy. Energy policy. The U.S. Congress. The presidency, Elections. Nuclear waste. Sustainable communities. Sustainable development. Population growth.
465-2531. kraftm@uwgb.edu.

Ellen Rosewall, Professor of Art and Design.
Cultural policy.
465-2673/465-2348. rosewale@uwgb.edu.

Elizabeth Wheat, Assistant Professor of Public and Environmental Affairs (Political Science).
Courts and environmental law.
465-2848. wheate@uwgb.edu.

Evaluation Research:

Lora Warner, Assistant Professor of Public and Environmental Affairs. Director of the Center for Public Affairs.
Public Management and Program Evaluation: Applied research and evaluation of programs including needs assessment, process evaluation, program outcome and impact studies. Training and consulting. Community indicator and quality of life research.
465-2404. warnerl@uwgb.edu.

International Relations and Politics:

Katia Levintova, Associate Professor of Public and Environmental Affairs (Political Science).
International relations. European and post-Soviet politics. Regional public opinion. Elections. Political parties.
465-2045. levintoe@uwgb.edu.

Eric J. Morgan, Assistant Professor of Democracy and Justice Studies (History).
Modern U.S. history, contemporary U.S. politics, U.S. foreign relations, social movements, and South Africa.
465-2714. morgane@uwgb.edu.

U.S. Politics and Government:

Phillip Clampitt, Professor of Information and Computing Science. Philip J. and Elizabeth Hendrickson Professor for Business.
Presidential debates.
465-2324 (o), 468-3479 (h). clampitp@uwgb.edu.

Joseph Devaney, Lecturer of Public and Environmental Affairs (Political Science).
Constitutional and public law, especially civil rights and liberties.
465-2366; 570-582-5162 (cell phone). devaneyj@uwgb.edu.

Scott Furlong, Professor of Public and Environmental Affairs (Political Science). Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
American government. Public policy. Regulatory policy. Elections.
465-2995. furlongs@uwgb.edu.

David Helpap, Assistant Professor of Public and Environmental Affairs (Political Science).
State and local government. Public policy/management. National politics.
465-2198. helpapd@uwgb.edu.

Harvey Kaye, Professor of Democracy and Justice Studies (Sociology, History) and Director of the Center for History and Social Change. Ben J. and Joyce Rosenberg Professor.
American history and politics. Intellectuals. Radicals.
465-2755. kayeh@uwgb.edu.

Michael Kraft, Professor Emeritus of Public and Environmental Affairs (Political Science). Herbert Fisk Johnson Professor in Environmental Studies.
Environmental politics and policy. Energy policy. The U.S. Congress. The presidency, Elections. Nuclear waste. Sustainable communities. Sustainable development. Population growth.
465-2531. kraftm@uwgb.edu.

David Littig, Associate Professor Emeritus of Public and Environmental Affairs (Political Science).
Political behavior. Intergovernmental relations. Urban politics and policy. Comparative political systems. Wisconsin local and state politics.
465-2355. littigd@uwgb.edu.

Timothy Meyer, Professor Emeritus of Information and Computing Science (Communication). John P. Blair Endowed Chair in Communication. Ben J. and Joyce Rosenberg Professor.
Electronic media. Effect of advertising on children, adolescents and adults. Media coverage of politics.
920-360-6664. meyert@uwgb.edu.

Eric J. Morgan, Assistant Professor of Democracy and Justice Studies (History).
Modern U.S. history, contemporary U.S. politics, U.S. foreign relations, social movements, and South Africa.
465-2714. morgane@uwgb.edu.

Alison Staudinger, Assistant Professor of Democracy and Justice Studies.
Constitutional law. Citizenship/immigration. General electoral politics. Community organizing or social movements. Activism. Political philosophy.
465-2443. staudina@uwgb.edu.

Aaron Weinschenk, Assistant Professor of Public and Environmental Affairs (Political Science).
Elections. Public opinion. Political behavior. American government. National politics.
465-2914. weinscha@uwgb.edu.

Wisconsin Politics:

Scott Furlong, Professor of Public and Environmental Affairs (Political Science). Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
American government. Public policy. Regulatory policy. Elections.
465-2995. furlongs@uwgb.edu.

David Helpap, Assistant Professor of Public and Environmental Affairs (Political Science).
State and local government. Public policy/management. National politics.
465-2198. helpapd@uwgb.edu.

Michael Kraft, Professor Emeritus of Public and Environmental Affairs (Political Science). Herbert Fisk Johnson Professor in Environmental Studies.
Environmental politics and policy. Energy policy. The U.S. Congress. The presidency, Elections. Nuclear waste. Sustainable communities. Sustainable development. Population growth.
465-2531. kraftm@uwgb.edu.

David Littig, Associate Professor Emeritus of Public and Environmental Affairs (Political Science).
Political behavior. Intergovernmental relations. Urban politics and policy. Comparative political systems. Wisconsin local and state politics.
465-2355. littigd@uwgb.edu.

Aaron Weinschenk, Assistant Professor of Public and Environmental Affairs (Political Science).
Elections. Public opinion. Political behavior. American government. National politics.
465-2914. weinscha@uwgb.edu.

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