Faculty

Faculty

Nazli Avdan
Assistant Professor
785-864-9029
504F Blake Hall

International Relations and Quantitative Methodology
International migration, transnational terrorism, human trafficking and organized crime, quantitative methods
 

 

 

Christina Bejarano
Associate Professor
Areas of interest: U.S. Politics, Racial/Ethnic Minority Political Behavior, Latino Politics, Women and Politics, Political Psychology
 

 

Hannah Britton
Associate Professor
785-864-9016
Blake Hall, Room 504E

Gender and Politics, African Politics, Feminist Theory and Methodology, Comparative Politics

 

Brittnee A. Carter
Assistant Professor

Terrorism & counterterrorism, political violence, interstate conflict, state and global security, military studies, alliances, foreign policy, political methodology

Dr. Don Haider-Markel
Professor, Chair, Political Science
785-864-9034
518 Blake Hall

Public policy, American politics, public opinion, criminal justice, civil rights, terrorism

Paul Johnson
Professor, Director, Center for Research Methods and Data Analysis
785-864-3353
Watson Library, Room 470

Ph.D., Washington University in St. Louis, 1988

American Politics; interest group politics; Methodology; statistics; agent-based modeling; social choice & game theory; programming; Mathematics

 

Mark Joslyn
Professor, Graduate Director
785-864-9046
Blake Hall, Room 313

American Politics, Voting Behavior, Public Opinion, Research Methods

 

 

 

John Kennedy
Associate Professor
785-864-9025
521 Blake
Comparative politics, Chinese politics, rural political development.
 
 
Dr. Patrick Miller

Public Opinion, Political Psychology, Elections and Voting Behavior, Political Communication, Racial Politics, Survey and Experimental Methods

 

 

Dr. Mariya Omelicheva
Associate Professor, Department of Political Science
785-864-9002
Blake Hall, Room 409

Security Policy, State Security and Human Rights, Human Rights Law, Non-governmental Actors of World Politics

 

 

Gary M Reich
Associate Professor
785-864-9053
414 Blake

Comparative politics, political institutions, democratization, Latin American politics

 

 

 

 

Robert Rohrschneider
Sir Robert Worcester Distinguished Professor of Political Science
785-864-8263
Blake Hall, Room 525

Sir Robert Worcester Distinguished Professor of International Public Opinion and Survey Research.
Comparative Public Opinion, political parties, democratic representation in western and Central-Eastern Europe

 

 

 

Clayton Webb
Assistant Professor, Political Science
785-864-9030
Blake Hall, Room 405

Foreign Policy, International Political Economy, Financial Markets, Research Methods

Michael Wuthrich
Assistant Professor, Political Science
522 Blake

Teaching and Research Interests:

Comparative Politics, Middle East Politics, Parties and Party Systems, Electoral Behavior, Religion and Politics, Nationalism and Politics

Instructors and Affiliates

Alan Arwine
Lecturer
Blake Hall, Room 411

International Relations, International Political Economy, American Foreign Policy, the American Presidency, and Political Behavior

 

 

Mary Banwart
Associate Professor, Director of the Institute for Leadership Studies
785-864-5681
Bailey Hall, Room 104B

Political Campaign Communications
Influence of Gender in Campaigns

David Brichoux
Lecturer, Political Science
785-864-3860
412 Blake Hall

public opinion, media, political behavior, political psychology

Jay Childers
Affiliate Instructor, Political Science, Associate Professor, Communication Studies
785-864-1474
101 Bailey Hall

Rhetoric and Political Communication

Public Sphere Theory
Deliberative Democracy
Civic Engagement
Presidential Rhetoric

Jonathan Clark
Courtesy Professor, Political Science, Hall Distinguished Professor of British History, Dept. of History

Religion, political thought, literary culture, historiography and politics in Britain from 1660–1832.

Dorothy Daley
Courtesy Associate Professor
864-9839
4060M Wescoe

Environmental Policy, Hazardous Waste, State Politics, Urban Redevelopment

 

Dr. Ron Francisco
Professor Emeritus

Ph.D. Illinois, 1976

comparative politics, protest and repression

Protest and coercion data
    (28 European Countries 1980-1995)
  created by Prof. Ron Francisco


 

Carolyn Johnson
Lecturer, Political Science
864-9054
516 Blake Hall

Constitutional Law

 

 

 

Dr. Burdett Loomis

American politics, Congress, Interest groups, State legislatures

Loomis works with the Topeka & DC Internships

 

 

Dr. Pete Rowland
Professor Emeritus

PhD Political Science/Political Psychology University of Houston, Houston, Texas, 1978
Post-Doc Exchange Fellow, Jury Psychology & Decision Making, Univ. of KS, 1988

Paul Schumaker
Professor Emeritus

Political Theory, Public Policy, Community Politics

 


 

 

Professor Emeritus

Urban Politics, Public Policy, Public Opinion and Public Policy

 

 

Sir Robert Worcester
Adjunct Professor, Political Science

Sir Robert is the Founder of MORI (Market & Opinion Research International), London. He is a Past-President of the World Association for Public Opinion Research (WAPOR). In 2005 he was appointed by Her Majesty the Queen a Knight Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (KBE) in recognition of the “outstanding services rendered to political, social and economic research and for contribution to government policy and programmes.”

 

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