Tag politics, government, public policy
Assistant Professor, Population Health Sciences
How public policies can improve outcomes for vulnerable patients, including impacts on insurance coverage and incidence, diagnosis, and treatment of chronic conditions.
Foley & Lardner-Bascom Professor of Law
Expert on U.S. Constitutional Law and history, and the constitutional implications of American politics; procedural and evidence law
Paul and Renate Madsen Professor of Scandinavian Studies
Hygge, Scandinavian Culture and Politics, literature, autofiction, Hans Christian Andersen, Karl Ove Knausgaard
Assistant Professor, Agricultural and Applied Economics
Expert on applied agricultural and food policy with interests ranging from US agricultural production to consumer food demand and food security
Professor, Department of Labor Education
Expert specializing in labor unions, production standards, and labor/management relations in union environments.
Professor and Community Development Specialist, Agricultural and Applied Economics
Economic growth and development with a focus on smaller more rural economics. Entrepreneurship, social capital, public finance.
Assistant Professor, Communication Arts
Expert on U.S. presidential rhetoric, foreign policy, national identity, political communication, geopolitics
Assistant Professor, Department of English; Center for Law, Society & Justice
Expert on criminal justice (American and comparative), juvenile justice, legal storytelling, and law and literature
Associate Professor, Ag & Applied Economics
Expert on environmental policy, natural resource policy, and income distribution.
Evjue Centenniel Professor
Expert on media coverage of social protest, media effects on public opinion, and strategy communication campaigns.
Expert on educational policy, racism & inequality in education, school district policy making and implementation, socio-political and economic contexts of public schools
Assistant professor, consumer science
Expert on K-12 financial education policy, alternative financial services use (e.g. payday loans), and consumer finances among young adults and low- and moderate-income households
Evjue Bascom Professor, School of Law
Linda Greene. an experienced media commentator, has expertise in civil rights, constitutional law, police deadly force, equality in sport, and the confirmation of federal judges.
Expert on criminal process, wrongful convictions, race and procedure, mass incarceration, diversion, civil rights, policing, use of force
Assistant Professor, Law School; Associate Director, East Asian Legal Studies Center
Expert on free speech implications of cancel-culture; police-community dialogues and legitimacy; self-governance implications of policing practices in poor communities; constitutional implications of a minority-majority society
Assistant Professor of Sociology
Expert on how people make economic decisions and how economic decisions reproduce inequality.
My work is about how to navigate moments of crisis in constitutional democracies.
Process Improvement Manager
Extensive leadership experience in defining strategies that strengthen organizations' efficiencies by improving quality, empowering employees, and nurturing an environment of continuous learning using systems science.