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Experts on Politics and Government

U.S. Politics and Government:

Phillip Clampitt, Communication Chair, Information Science Chair, Computer Science Chair, Blair Endowed Chair of Communication. Organizational Communications. Public Relations. Corporate Communications. Social Media. Leadership Communication; How successful leaders motivate others, what messages successful leaders share with others, and communication skills of successful leaders. Elections. Presidential debates.
(920) 465-2324. clampitp@uwgb.edu.

Kristine Coulter, Assistant Professor of Democracy & Justice Studies, Pre-Law Advisor. Public law, Law and Courts, United States Supreme Court
(920) 465-2061. coulterk@uwgb.edu.

David Helpap, Assistant Professor of Political Science and Public & Environmental Affairs. State and Local Government; Public Policy; Urban Politics; Public Finance; Public Administration
(920) 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.
(920) 465-2755. kayeh@uwgb.edu.

Michael Kraft, Professor Emeritus of Political Science and Public & Environmental Affairs. U.S. Government; State Government; Electoral Politics; Public Policy; Environmental Policy and Politics; Energy; Climate Change
(920) 465-2531. kraftm@uwgb.edu.

Eric Morgan, Assistant Professor of History and Democracy & Justice Studies. U.S. Foreign Policy; South Africa; Political History; Sport History; Literary History; Social Movements; Travel and Tourism; National Parks
(920) 465-2714. morgane@uwgb.edu.

Timothy Nixon, Adjunt Instructor of Public & Environmental Affairs.  Courts; Legal Process; Administrative Law; Bankruptcy
(920) 465-2758. nixont@uwgb.edu.

Alison Staudinger, Assistant Professor of Democracy & Justice Studies, Women's & Gender Studies and Political Science. Gender and the Law; LGBTQ+ Issues; Reproductive Rights; Citizenship; Racial Inequality; Democratic Theory and Practice; Civic Engagement; Work/Labor; Constitutional Law and Politics
(920) 465-2443. staudina@uwgb.edu.

Aaron Weinschenk, Associate Professor of Environmental Policy and Planning. Political Science. American government and politics. Political behavior. Campaigns and elections. Political phsycology. Voting behavior. Political participation. Statistics. Research design and methodology.
(920) 465-2914. weinscha@uwgb.edu.

Wisconsin Politics:

David Helpap, Assistant Professor of Political Science and Public & Environmental Affairs. State and Local Government; Public Policy; Urban Politics; Public Finance; Public Administration
(920) 465-2198. helpapd@uwgb.edu.

Michael Kraft, Professor Emeritus of Political Science and Public & Environmental Affairs. U.S. Government; State Government; Electoral Politics; Public Policy; Environmental Policy and Politics; Energy; Climate Change
(920) 465-2531. kraftm@uwgb.edu.

Aaron Weinschenk, Associate Professor of Environmental Policy and Planning. Political Science. American government and politics. Political behavior. Campaigns and elections. Political phsycology. Voting behavior. Political participation. Statistics. Research design and methodology.
(920) 465-2914. weinscha@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.
(920) 465-2045. levintoe@uwgb.edu.

Eric J. Morgan, Associate Professor of Democracy and Justice Studies (History). Modern U.S. history, contemporary U.S. politics, U.S. foreign relations, social movements, and South Africa.
(920) 465-2714. morgane@uwgb.edu.

Yue Zou, Associate Lecturer of Democracy and Justice Studies (Political Science). International Relations and Politics.
(920) 465-2979. zouy@uwgb.edu.

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.
(920) 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.
(920) 465-2531. kraftm@uwgb.edu.

Elizabeth Wheat, Assistant Professor of Public and Environmental Affairs (Political Science). Courts and environmental law.
(920) 465-2848. wheate@uwgb.edu.

Evaluation Research:

Lora Warner, Associate Professor of Public & Environmental Affairs and Director of the Center for Public Affairs. Evaluation; Strategic Planning; Nonprofit Effectiveness
(920) 465-2404. warnerl@uwgb.edu.

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