Assistant Professor of Political Science
Office: Wood 203-I
Dr. Kuhlmann earned her B.A. in Political Science from the University of San Francisco, her M.A. in Political Science from California State University - Chico, and Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of New Orleans. Her fields of study are American political institutions and political behavior. Her primary fields of expertise are state and local politics, Missouri state politics, political parties, and voting and elections. Dr. Kuhlmann is currently examining how state institutions can influence citizen political participation. She regularly presents her research at the Western and Southern Political Science Association Conference and has a substantial background in quantitative research methods. Additional areas of her research are on civic inclusion and third parties in the American states. She has been featured on NPR's local affiliate radio station, KCUR, as a political pundit examining the 2014 midterm elections. Dr. Kuhlmann is also the State Government Internship Coordinator.
For more information on Dr. Robynn Kuhlmann, check out her complete curriculum vitae.
POLS 1510 American Government
POLS 2511 State Government
POLS 2550 Political Parties and Interest Groups
POLS 3560 Research Methods
POLS 4552 Legislative Politics
POLS 4591 Internship in Political Science