Professor · University of Florida
Sharon Wright Austin’s teaching and research interests are in American government, urban politics and African American politics.
Southern Politics African American Politics Urban Politics
Daniel A. Smith
Professor · University of Florida
Daniel A. Smith examines how political institutions affect political behavior across and within the American states.
Ballot Measures Florida Politics State Politics and Elections Voting Rights and Elections Direct Democracy
Gregg Murray, PhD
Professor of Political Science · Augusta University
Murray's research focuses on political behavior and psychology with specific interests in voter mobilization.
Government Responses to COVID-19 Public Policy Research Methods Political Behavior Voting
Tanya Rhodes Smith
Instructor in Residence and Director, Nancy A. Humphreys Institute for Political Social Work · University of Connecticut
Tanya Rhodes Smith specializes in policy development, nonprofit administration, voter engagement and legislative advocacy.
Electoral Participation Social Workers in Elected Office Voter Registration, Education and Outreach in Community Agencies Nonproift Adminstration Political Advocacy
Patrick Flavin, Ph.D.
Bob Bullock Professor of Political Science · Baylor University
Dr. Flavin focuses on political inequality, the impact of politics and public policies on citizens’ quality of life, and state politics.
Politics Inequality State Politics Teachers' Unions and Politics Quality of Life
Christopher A. Cooper
Madison Distinguished Professor of Political Science & Public Affairs and Director of the Public Policy Institute · Western Carolina University
Christopher A. Cooper's research is on N.C. politics, southern politics, political behavior and behavioral public administration.
Election Administration Public Administration Southern Politics American Politics Parties, Campaigns and Elections
Paul Herrnson, Ph.D.
Professor of Political Science · University of Connecticut
Paul Herrnson's interests include political parties and elections, money and politics, and voting systems and election administration.
Political Behavior American Institutions and Politics Election Administration Voting Systems Public Opinion
Justin H. Gross
Associate Professor of Political Science · University of Massachusetts Amherst
Justin Gross's research focuses on U.S. ideologies, political communication in mass and social media, public opinion, and public policy.
Framing Public Policy and the News Public Opinion and American Politics Identity and political beliefs Political Communication and Social Media U.S. Ideologies
Professor and Chair of Political Science · UC San Diego
Thad Kousser specializes in American state and national politics, with particular focus on California, and government reform.
Political Reform State Politics American Politics National Politics California government
Alexander Schwarzmann, PhD
Dean of the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences · Augusta University
Dean Schwarzmann is a nationally-recognized expert in cybersecurity of voting technology, computer science, and distributed systems.
Cybersecurity of Voting Technology Computer Science Research and Education Distributed Systems
Principal · Public Square Research
Heather Bastedo has more than ten years of experience in persuasion and motivation research
Politics Public Speaking Public Policy Policy Strategic Communications
Professor · UC San Diego
Zoltan is a scholar of racial and ethnic politics, urban politics, immigration and political behavior.
Voter Turnout Ethnic Politics Race and American Politics Voter Suppression
Assistant Professor of Political Science · Michigan State University
An expert on comparative politics of developing countries
Social Mobility Inequality Civil Wars Democracy Regime Change
Professor of Political Science · University of Rochester
Professor Helmke's research focuses on democratic political institutions, rule of law, and Latin American politics.
Institutional crises in Latin America Rule of Law Democratic Political Institutions Latin American Politics
Sarah A. Treul, Ph.D.
Bowman and Gordon Gray Distinguished Term Professor, Department of Political Science; Faculty Director, Program for Public Discourse; College of Arts and Sciences · UNC-Chapel Hill
Sarah Treul specializes in American political institutions, with an emphasis on the U.S. Congress and courts.
U.S. Congress Courts Voting behavior of U.S. senators Bicameralism State delegations in Congress
Eric Gonzalez Juenke
Associate Professor of Political Science · Michigan State University
Expert in American politics.
Voting Behavior Latino Politics and Representation American Politics U.S Elections Minority Politics
Philip La Duke
Safety Iconoclast & Culture Transformation Architect · ERM
One of the most informative, entertaining, and engaging speakers you're likely to ever find
Talent & Gamification Talent Management Cross generational training and management Planning Corporate Culture
Peter J. Bergerson, Ph.D.
Expert in national and Florida politics and public policy · Florida Gulf Coast University
Peter Bergerson focuses on U.S. campaigns and elections, the presidency and congress.
U.S. Census Florida Politics Florida Elections Florida's role in national elections U.S. Politics
Professor of Chicano/Latino Studies and Political Science · UC Irvine
Louis DeSipio examines how democratic nations incorporate new members, including policymaking in the areas of immigration.
U.S. Electoral Politics Immigration Ethnic Politics Latino Politics Latino Studies
Mark C. Alexander, JD
Arthur J. Kania Dean and Professor of Law | Charles Widger School of Law · Villanova University
Mark Alexander, JD, is an expert on constitutional law, election law and the First Amendment.
Constitutional Law Campaign Reform First Amendment Law Election Law Legal Education