Political Science & Public Administration kudos

Agatha Hultquist

Agatha Hultquist, Political Science & Public Administration, presented "To Campaign, Protest, or Fight: Ethnic Minority Strategies and Ethnic Majority Fragmentation" at the International Studies Association annual convention on March 30 in Nashville, TN.

Submitted on: April 8

James Szymalak

James Szymalak, Political Science & Public Administration, presented "The Right to Protest" at UW-Stout's Black History Month keynote presentation on Feb. 8 in Menomonie, WI.

Submitted on: April 4

John Kovari

John Kovari, Political Science & Public Administration, presented "Best Practices in Using Tax Incremental Financing (TIF) for Building Infrastructure" at the 23rd Conference on the Small City and Regional Community on March 24 online.

Submitted on: Mar. 25

Taylor Cole Miller, Valerie Krage and Kristina LaPlant

Taylor Cole Miller, Communication Studies; Valerie Krage, Educational Studies; and Kristina LaPlant, Political Science & Public Administration; were named UWL's 2022-23 Wisconsin Teaching Fellows and Scholars (WTFS) of UW System Office of Professional and Instructional Development (OPID), with CATL support, on Dec. 22, 2021. They will begin their year-long WTFS experience in summer 2022 and complete a specific scholarship of teaching and learning project.

Submitted on: Feb. 8

John Kovari

John Kovari, Political Science & Public Administration, presented "Utilizing Real Estate Industry Metrics to Assess Tax Incremental Financing (TIF) Projects" at the Association for Budgeting & Financial Management (ABFM) annual conference on Oct. 1 in Washington, DC.

Submitted on: Oct. 4, 2021