​​Faculty Presentations & Announcements

So Hee Jeon presented researches with co-authors on the topics of diversity management, organizational ethics, and whistleblowing at the 2016 Annual Conference of American Society for Public Administration. 

J. Cherie Strachan has agreed to serve as external thesis adviser for an MA student at The George Washington University Graduate School of Public Management. The master’s project will assess the current levels of professionalization in local political campaigns, a trend first documented and explained in Strachan’s 2003 book, High-Tech Grassroots, The Professionalization of Local Elections.

Faculty Publications

J. Cherie Strachan, along with her co-author Elizabeth A. Bennion, published an article in the

January 2016 issues of PS Political Science. The article, titled Extending assessment beyond our

own programs and campuses: The National Survey of Student Leaders and the Consortium for

Inter-Campus SoTL Research, highlights Strachan's efforts to promote civic engagement and

pedagogy research across the discipline of political science. The Consortium is undertaking a

new multi-campus research project in the fall to assess students reactions to rude politics in

American electoral campaigns.


Strachan also has a forthcoming book chapter, Deliberative pedagogy’s feminist potential:

Teaching our students to cultivate a more inclusive public sphere, which will be published in

Longo, Nicholas V., Schaffer, Timothy J. and Thomas, Maxine S., Eds. Deliberative Pedagogy and

Democratic Engagement: Making Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Relevant to the

Adaptive Challenges of our Communities. East Lansing, MI:  Michigan State University Press.


Joyce Baugh - "School Desegregation in Metropolitan Detroit:  Struggling for Justice in a Divided and Troubled Community,” in The Pursuit of Racial and Ethnic Equality in American Public Schools:  Mendez, Brown and Beyond, edited by Kristi L. Bowman, Michigan State University Press, 2015.


Joyce Baugh “Fourteenth Amendment:  Equal Protection Clause,” in American Governance, edited by Stephen L. Schechter. 5 vols. Detroit: Macmillan, 2016. 

Policing Africa: The Politics of Petroleum and the Africa Command" by CMU Political Science Professors, Sterling Johnson and Won K. Paik. https://www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore/book.php…


Kukla-Acevedo, S., & Heflin, C.M. (2014). Unemployment insurance effects on child academic outcomes: Results from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth. Children and Youth Services Review, 47, 3, 246-252. 

CMU Political Science & Public Administration Professor, Thomas Greitens has co-authored an article in the current issue of Public Administration Review entitled "Contract Management Capacity Breakdown? An Analysis of U.S. Local Governments."

  • "Political Civility--Introduction to Political Civility." PS: Political Science & Politics, Volume 45, Issue 03, July 2012, pp 401-404. <view online>
  • "Incivility and Standing Firm: A Second Layer of Partisan Division." PS: Political Science & Politics, Volume 45, Issue 03, July 212, pp 428-434. <view online>

Prakash Adhikari co-authored an article in the April 2012 issue of Journal of Conflict Resolution." <read article>

Joyce A. Baugh published her book, The Detroit School Busing Case Milliken v. Bradley and the Controversy over Desegregation (Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas Press, 2011). See: http://www.kansaspress.ku.edu/baudet.html

Faculty Awards​

Prakash Adhikari has won the Provost's Award for Outstanding Research and Creative Activity for 2015-16.

Joyce Baugh receives the 2009 CHSBS Excellence in Teaching Award