Christopher Ojeda’s research focuses on the social and economic origins of political inequality, especially those rooted in childhood, adolescence, and young adulthood.
Russell Crook can talk about political activities of businesses, strategic human capital, supply chain ecosystems, and why some businesses perform better than others.
Nathan Kelly is an associate professor of political science whose research looks at the political and policy roots of the growing income gap in the United States. His research helps explain how the choices we make at the ballot box can increase or decrease the income gap between the rich and the poor.
Brandon Prins is a professor of political science whose research focuses on the relationship between domestic politics, international relations, and militarized conflict.
Anthony Nownes is a professor of political science whose research looks at lobbyists and interest groups within the United States at the local, state, and national levels. He’s also written about the impact of celebrity endorsements in political campaigns.
Elizabeth Avery Foster, an associate professor of public relations, focuses on political and public health campaigns and crisis communications.