Angela L. Bos
Associate Professor (on leave 2014-15 Fall sem.)
- B.A., University of Minnesota, Morris 2001
- M.A., University of Minnesota-Twin Cities 2005
- Ph.D., University of Minnesota-Twin Cities 2007
- PSCI 110: Intro to US National Politics
- Women as Political Leaders: Does Sex Make a Difference When Voting in the House of Representatives?"
- "The Up and Coming Vote: A Study on African American Women Voting Turnout in Past Presidential Elections."
- "Does the Public Listen to the President? An Evaluation of Metaphorical War Rhetoric and Public Opinion."
- A State Level Analysis of How Declining Unionization Has Affected Income Inequality in the United States."
- "Presidential Character Analyzed: The Exhibition of the "Common Struggle' for Active-Negative Presidents Richard Nixon and Lyndon Johnson."
Angela Bos teaches a broad range of courses in U.S. national politics including political psychology, campaigns and elections, media and politics, and research methods. In addition to research interests in these areas, she engages in research regarding civic education, political participation, and effective pedagogy in political science.