Gender, Communication, & Representations on Elected School Boads
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Dr. Kalaf-Hughes is an Associate Professor of Political Science at BGSU whose research interests lie at the intersection of American political institutions and representation, with her work focusing on how institutional incentives affect the behavior of elected officials at the local and federal levels. Her recent projects explore the role of race, ethnicity, and gender in representation, collaboration, and policymaking in the U.S Congress. Her research agenda also includes pedagogical work on student engagement, and she is the recipient of the American Political Science Association CQ Press Award for Teaching Innovation. Her work has appeared in journals including Politics, Groups, and Identities, Journal of Public Policy, Policy Studies Journal, Politics & Gender, and the Journal of Political Science Education.
Kalaf-Hughes, Nicole, "Gender, Communication, & Representations on Elected School Boads" (2023). Center for Women and Gender Equity Research Seminar Series. 5.