Profile for Anthony Chergosky

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Specialty area(s)

American government and politics, Congress, the American presidency, political parties, campaigns and elections, political communication, the mass media, social media, Wisconsin government and politics, the scholarship of teaching and learning.

Current courses at UWL

POL 101: American National Government

POL 302: Legislative Process

FYS 100: #winning: Secrets to Success in Persuasion, Influence, and Political Mischief

Education

Ph.D. in Political Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

M.A. in Political Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

B.A. in Political Science, University of Minnesota

Teaching history

Fall 2018: POL 101: American National Government, POL 302: Legislative Process

Spring 2019: POL 101: American National Government, POL 361: Research Methods in Politics and Government

Fall 2019: POL 101: American National Government, POL 301: American Presidency, POL 304: Politics and the Media

Spring 2020: POL 101: American National Government, POL 302: Legislative Process, POL 361: Research Methods in Politics and Government

Fall 2020: POL 101: American National Government, POL 319: Campaigns and Elections, FYS 100: First Year Seminar

Spring 2021: POL 101: American National Government, POL 301: American Presidency, FYS 100: First Year Seminar

Professional history

Teaching Awards:

John Patrick Hagan Award for Excellence in Teaching (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

Earle Wallace Award for Excellence in Teaching (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

Eagle Teaching Excellence Award (University of Wisconsin-La Crosse)

Kudos

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Brenda Leahy, Michele Nauman and Kalia Vang, all Academic Advising Center & Career Services; Ana Mendoza and Corey Sjoquist, both Admissions; Kaylie Connaughty, Heather Dutcher, Britney Heineman, Jake Speer and Maren Walz, all Advancement; Michael Abler and Renee Redman, both Biology; Zac Knutson, Budget Office; Dawn Hays, Campus Child Center; Mark Sandheinrich, College of Science & Health; Ashley Jochimsen, Counseling & Testing; Ryan Friesen, English; Samuel Schmidt, Exercise & Sport Science; Meredith Thomsen, Extended Learning; Ka Lia Smith, Financial Aid; John Kelly, Geography & Earth Science; James Longhurst, History; Natalie Solverson, Institutional Research, Assessment & Planning; Christine Manno, Management; Suzanne Anglehart, Microbiology; Anthony Chergosky, Regina Goodnow and Sean Hurtubise, all Political Science & Public Administration; Sandra Grunwald and Betsy Morgan, both Provost's Office; Nathan Barnhart and Jeff Keenan, both Rec Sports; Vitaliano Figueroa, Student Affairs; Kara Ostlund, Student Life; and Kyle Burke, University Centers; served Verification Tent Staffing during Move In Week. THANK YOU to the many staff and faculty who greeted students and their families at the Verification Tent during Residence Life Move In Week. These welcoming faces helped ensure those who are vaccinated are recorded as such and those who are not vaccinated had completed a negative COVID test prior to move in. We could not have completed this large task without their assistance. They have helped keep our community healthy and contributed to the campus-wide endeavor of welcoming students back to campus.

Submitted on: Sept. 13