SERVICE AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
American Journal of Political Science
Political Research Quarterly
Legislative Studies Quarterly
American Political Science Association
-Legislative Organized Section
-Political Methodology Organized Section
Midwest Political Science Association
Southern Political Science Association
Western Political Science Association
North Carolina Political Science Association
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA WILMINGTON
Alycia Kokos, Honors Thesis, Committee Co-Chair, UNCW, 2015-2016
Seth Penwell, Independent Study on Advanced Research Methods, Spring 2015
Honors Lyceum in Washington, DC, Fall 2014
Instructor, College Day, Fall 2014
Faculty Research Presentation, Poli Sci Days, Fall 2015
Interview, Dr. Jungkun Seo, on Determinants of Quality Legislation in US Congress
“Seahawk Saturday”, Representative for the Department of Public and International Affairs, Fall 2014
Dakota Cary, Independent Study on Advanced Research Methods, Spring 2014
Honors Spring Showcase, Fall 2013
Assist in Creation of Campaign Management Minor, Fall 2013
“Campaign Advertising in the United States”, Poli Sci Days, Fall 2013
“Polarization in American Politics”, Poli Sci Days, Fall 2013
“Taking Chance”, Poli Sci Days, Documentary Host, Fall 2013
Department Curriculum Committee, 2013-2015
Department Scholarship Committee, 2012-2015
Political Science Days Committee, 2014-2015
Pi Sigma Alpha (Political Science Honors Fraternity), Faculty Advisor
“Talking Graduate School with Graduate Students, Poli Sci Days, Panel Chair, Fall 2012
“War Room”, Poli Sci Days, Documentary Host, Fall 2012
Anna Sherer, Independent Study on the American Presidency, UNCW, Spring 2013
Evan Arant, Honors Thesis, Committee Chair, UNCW, 2012-2013
Search Committee for Tenure Track Faculty Line in American Politics, Ex-Officio Member, Fall 2012
NORTH CAROLINA POLITICAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION
Executive Board Member, At large, 2012-2016
Scholarship Committee for Best Graduate Student Paper, Chair, 2015
Scholarship Committee for Best Papers, Chair, 2014
Various Media Interviews and Mentions – NPR, News14 Carolina, WECT, WWAY, Star News, News and Observer, The Daily Signal, The Seahawk (some selections below)
“Republican Tide Sweeps Over N.C., but Local Vote Tells Different Story.” Gareth McGrath. Star News, Wilmington, NC. November 5, 2014.
“’I Won the Debate Big Time’: Libertarian Pizza Driver Says He Delivers Authenticity in Senate Race.” Josh Siegell. The Daily Signal, Washington, DC. October 10, 2014.
“Interesting Dynamic for Haugh in Third Debate for NC’s US Senate seat.” News and Observer, Raleigh, NC, October 9, 2014.
“Port City violence is everyone’s problem.” Op-Ed, Star News, Wilmington, NC. December 26, 2013.
“UNCW forum examines recent spate of gun violence.” Adam Wagner, Star News, Wilmington, NC, November 14, 2013.
“Gun & Gang forum at UNCW.” WECT Online, November 14, 2013.
“Out of State Students Need A Voter ID in 2016.” Evan Amezcua, The Seahawk, UNCW, September 13, 2013.
“UNCW hosts forum on Syria.” Panel highlighted on WWAY News, Wilmington, NC, September 13, 2013.
“Rep Ken Spaulding eyes North Carolina executive.” Abhi Shah, Duke Chronicle, Duke University, Durham, NC, September 5, 2013.
“Lobbyists forge campaigns to sway public opinion.” Molly Parker, Star News, Wilmington, NC, June 2, 2013.
“Inside the Ballot Box: Unaffiliated voters – no party loyalty – poised to drive future elections.” Julian March and Ashley Withers, Star News, Wilmington, NC, January 4, 2013.
“NC straight ticket voting dates to Civil Rights era.” Jim Ware, Star News, Wilmington, NC, November 17, 2012.
“Recount possible in Seventh District NC House race.” Television interview with News 14 Carolina, November 7, 2012.
“Election Night Recap,” in studio radio interview with WHQR, NPR affiliate in Wilmington, NC, November 6, 2012.
“Wilmington minority voting bloc part of SD 8; experts weigh opportunity or disenfranchisement.” Phone interview with Rachel Hilburn for WHQR, NPR affiliate in Wilmington, NC, November 5, 2012.
“Local voters have been busy early.” Patrick Gannon, Star News, Wilmington, NC, November 3, 2012.
“Fact Checking and the American Voter.” Megan Henry, The Seahawk, UNCW, October 22, 2012
INVITED PANELS and PRESENTATIONS
“Rational Choice Institutionalism.” Public Policy Analysis. Dr. Jessice Weinkle
“Fundamental Equation of Politics.” UNCW College Day, Fall 2014.
“Gun Violence Forum”. UNCW Department of Public and International Affairs. With Craig Burnett, Cecil Willis, Donyell Roseboro. Coordinator and Moderator, Fall 2013
“Forum on Syria”. UNCW Department of Public and International Affairs, With Herb Berg, Daniel Masters, and Paige Tan. Panelist, Fall 2013.
“Creating a Critical Learning Environment.” UNCW Center for Teaching Excellence. Panelist, November 6, 2013.
“Political Science and the 2012 Presidential Election.” UNCW Board of Visitors, October 5, 2012