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					                                               Michael K. Moore
                                               Curriculum Vitae


Office Address:                                                                Home Address:
316 Davis Hall                                                                 3728 Boxwood Drive
Office of the Provost                                                          Grand Prairie, TX 75052
701 S. Nedderman Drive                                                         (972) 237-0231 (h)
University of Texas at Arlington                                               (817) 475-3510 (c)
Arlington, TX 76019
Voice: 817-272-7422
Email: mmoore@uta.edu
FAX: 817-272-3400


ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS:

        Dean of Undergraduate Studies, University of Texas at Arlington, TX 76019. March 2010 – present.

        Senior Vice Provost. University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX 76019. August 2006 – present.

        Associate Provost, University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX 76019. March 2004 - 2006.

        Associate Vice-President for Academic Affairs, University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX 76019.
        Fall 2003 - February 2004.

        Assistant Vice-President for Academic Affairs, University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX 76019.
        Fall 2000 - Fall 2003.

ACADEMIC POSITIONS:

        Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX
        76019-0539. 1998 -present.

        Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX
        76019-0539. 1992 -1997.

EDUCATION:

        Ph.D. Political Science, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE 68588-0328. Specialization in
        Congressional/Legislative Studies and research methods. 1993. Comprehensive Exams in the following
        fields: American National Institutions and Processes; Legal Institutions and Processes; Empirical Theory,
        Methodology, and Behavior; Historical and Normative Theory

                 Dissertation: Rethinking Congressional Careers: Career Paths and Their Consequences in the .S.
                 House of Representatives. Dissertation Supervisor: John R. Hibbing. Committee Members:
                 Elizabeth Theiss-Morse, John Gruhl, and D. Wayne Osgood.

        M.A. Political Science, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE 68588-0328. 1989.

        B.A. Political Science, Washburn University of Topeka, Topeka, KS 66621. 1987.
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TEACHING AND RESEARCH INTERESTS:

     Congressional and Legislative Politics, Research Methods, Political Participation and Behavior, American
     Politics, and the Policy Making Process.


PUBLICATIONS:

     “In Pursuit of Independent, Qualified, and Effective Counsel: The Past and Future of Indigent Criminal
     Defense in Texas.” South Texas Law Review. Volume 42, 3 (Summer 2001): 595- 693.
     Co-Authors: Catherine Greene Burnett, Allan K. Butcher.

     "Situational Dissatisfaction in Congress: Explaining Voluntary Departures."
     Co-Author: John R. Hibbing, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
     The Journal of Politics. Volume 60 , 4 (November 1998): 1088-1107.

     "Elite and Mass Foreign Policy Opinions: Who is Leading this Parade?" Social Science Quarterly.
     Volume 78, 3 (September 1997): 641-656.
     Co-Author: Jennifer Cunningham, University of Texas at Arlington.

     "Been There, Done That, But Did It Matter? Former State Legislators in Congress." Congress and the
     Presidency. Volume 23, 2 (Fall 1996): 103-112.
     Co-Author: Thomas H. Little, University of Texas at Arlington.

     "Congressional Tenure and Federal Government Spending: Were The Voters Of Washington State
     Correct?" American Politics Quarterly. Vol. 24, No. 2 (April 1996): 131-149.
     Co-Author: John R. Hibbing, University of Nebraska.

     "Rethinking Congressional Careers: The Changing Behavioral Implications of Career Path Selection."
     Southeastern Political Review. Vol 23, No. 2 (June 1995): 205-230.
     Co-Author: Rebekah Herrick, Oklahoma State University.

     "Unfastening the Electoral Connection: The Behavior of U.S. Representatives When Reelection Is No
     Longer a Factor." The Journal of Politics. Vol. 56, No. 1 (February 1994): 214-227.
     Co-Authors: Rebekah Herrick, Oklahoma State University and John R. Hibbing, University of Nebraska-
     Lincoln.

     "Political Ambition's Effect on Legislative Behavior: Schlesinger's Typology Reconsidered and Revised."
     The Journal of Politics. Vol. 55, No. 3 (August 1993): 765-776.
     Co-Author: Rebekah Herrick, Oklahoma State University.

     "Is Serving in Congress Fun Again? Voluntary Retirements from the House since the 1970s." American
     Journal of Political Science. Vol. 36, No. 3 (August 1992): 824-828.
     Co-Author: John R. Hibbing, University of Nebraska - Lincoln.

     "Explaining Legislative Success in the United States Senate: The Role of the Majority and Minority
     Parties." Western Political Quarterly. Vol. 44 (December 1991): 959-970.
     Co-Author: Sue Thomas, Georgetown University.
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BOOK REVIEWS:

     "The High Priests of American Politics" by Mark C. Miller. Congress and the Presidency. Vol. 24, 1 (Fall
     1997): 105-107.

     "Perpetuating the Pork Barrel” by Robert M. Stein and Kenneth N. Bickers. Journal of Politics. Vol. 59, 2
     (May 1997): 588-591.

NON-REFERRED PUBLICATIONS:

     “Standards for Indigent Defense in Texas.” A report submitted to and adopted by the State Bar of Texas.
     2001.
     Co-Authors: Allan K. Butcher, Larry M. Moore.

     “Muting Gideon‟s Trumpet: The Crisis in Indigent Criminal Defense in Texas.” 2000. A Report
     Submitted to the State Bar of Texas Committee on Legal Services to the Poor in Criminal Matters.
     Co-Author: Allan K. Butcher.

     “Musing on Distance Education: Not a Panacea, Nor a Curse, But a Useful Alternative.” 1999. The
     Political Science Educator. Vol. 5, 2 (June):4-5, 8.

PAPER PRESENTATIONS:

     “Examining the Impact of the Indigent Criminal Defense Reform in Texas: Has the Fair Defense Act Been
     Effective?” Presented at the 2005 annual meeting of the Southwest Political Science Association. New
     Orleans, LA.
     Co-Authors: Allan Butcher and Catherine Green Burnett

     “Faint Sounds from Gideon‟s Trumpet: The Status of Indigent Criminal Defense in Texas and the Impact
     of the Fair Defense Act.” Presented at the 2004 annual meeting of the Southwest Political Science
     Association. Corpus Christi, TX.
     Co-authors: Allan Butcher and Be Hunt.

     “Demonstrating Quality in Online General Education.” Presented at the 2003 Information Technology and
     Distance Education Conference, Odessa, Texas. Co-Presenters: Dawn Rodrigues, UT Brownsville, Doug
     Hale, UT Permian Basin.

     “And Justice for Some: Indigent Criminal Defense in Texas.” Presented at the 2000 annual meeting of the
     Southwestern Political Science Association, Galveston, TX.
     Co-author: Allan K. Butcher.

     “The Public‟s Need for Ethical Lawmakers: An Examination of the Linkage Between Political Scandals and
     Public Support for Congress.” Presented at the 2000 annual meeting of the American Political Science
     Association, Washington, DC.
     Co-author: Rebekah Herrick, Oklahoma State University.

     “Distance Education Using Multimedia Tools: Retooling Political Science Courses for Internet Delivery.”
     Presented at the 1999 annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Atlanta, GA.
     Co-author: Adrianna Lancaster, University of Texas at Arlington.

     “Teaching Introduction to American Government: „Traditional‟ and Web-Based Models of Instruction
     Compared.” Presented at the 1999 annual meeting of the Midwestern Political Science Association,
     Chicago, IL.
     Co-author: Adrianna Lancaster, University of Texas at Arlington.
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“Viewing Justice for the Poor from the Bench: An Examination of Judges‟ Attitudes Related to Indigent
Criminal Defense.” Presented at the 1999 annual meeting of the Southwestern Political Science
Association, San Antonio, TX.
Co-author: Allan K. Butcher, University of Texas at Arlington.

“The View from the Other Side of the Courtroom: Prosecutor Perceptions of Indigent Criminal Defense in
Texas.” Presented at the 1998 annual meeting of the Southwestern Political Science Association, Corpus
Christi, TX.
Co-author: Allan K. Butcher, University of Texas at Arlington.

"An Insider's View of a Broken System? Attorney Perspectives on the Status of Indigent Criminal Defense
in Texas." Presented at the 1997 annual meeting of the Southwestern Political Science Association, New
Orleans, LA.
Co-author: Allan K. Butcher, University of Texas at Arlington.

“Bringing Home the Bacon: Does Prior State Legislative Service Influence How Successful Legislators are
at the Public Trough?" Presented at the 1997 annual meeting of the Southwestern Political Science
Association, New Orleans, LA.
Co-author: Thomas H. Little, University of Texas at Arlington.

"Situational Dissatisfaction in Congress: Explaining Voluntary Departures." Presented at the 1997 annual
meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL.
Co-author: John R. Hibbing, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

"A View from the Trenches: A Preliminary Report on the Status of Indigent Criminal Defense in Texas".
Presented at the 1996 annual meeting of the National Legal Aid and Defenders Association in Las Vegas,
NV.
Co-author: Allan, K. Butcher, University of Texas at Arlington.

"Running Scared? The Legislative Consequences of Electoral Outcomes." Presented at the 1996 annual
meeting of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco, CA.

"Former State Legislators in the United States Congress: What Aspects of State Legislative Service
Matter?" Presented at the 1995 annual meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, Tampa, FL.
Co-author: Thomas H. Little, University of Texas at Arlington.

"Feeding at the Public Trough: The Electoral Connection, The Distribution of Pork, and Term Limits."
Presented at the 1995 annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Chicago, IL.

"Elite and Mass Attitudes Related to Foreign Policy: Who is Leading this Parade?" Presented at the 1995
annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Chicago, IL.
Co-author: Jennifer Cunningham, University of Texas at Arlington.

"The Career Movements of Mavericks in the US House of Representatives." Presented at the 1995 annual
meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL.

"Legislative Specialization: A Search for Details about a Congressional Norm." Presented at the 1995
annual meeting of the Southwestern Political Science Association. Dallas, TX.

"Congressional Tenure and Federal Government Spending: Were the Voters of Washington State Correct?"
Presented at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, New York, NY. September
1994.
Co-author: John R. Hibbing, University of Nebraska - Lincoln.
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     "The Outsiders: An Analysis of Mavericks in the U.S. House of Representatives, 1955-1985." Presented at
     the 1994 Southwestern Political Science Association Meeting, San Antonio, TX.

     "Rethinking Congressional Careers: The Changing Behavioral Implications of Career Path Selection."
     Presented at the 1993 annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington, D.C.
     Co-author: Rebekah Herrick, Oklahoma State University.

     "Tenure in the Senate: Implications for the Term Limitations Debate." Presented at the annual meeting of
     the American Political Science Association, Chicago, IL. September 1992.
     Co-author: Sunil Ahuja, University of Nebraska - Lincoln.

     "Unfastening the Electoral Connection: The Behavior of U.S. Representatives When Reelection is No
     Longer A Factor." Presented at the annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association. April
     1992.
     Co-authors: Rebekah Herrick, Oklahoma State University and John R. Hibbing, University of Nebraska-
     Lincoln.

     "Is Serving in Congress Fun Again? Voluntary Retirements and Congressional Careers Through the
     1980s." Presented at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington D.C.
     August 1991.
     Co-author: John R. Hibbing, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

     "Does the Margin of Electoral Victory Influence Legislative Behavior? The Marginality Hypothesis
     Revisited." Presented at the annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, April
     1991.

     "Leadership Ambition and Legislative Behavior." Presented at the annual meeting of the Midwest Political
     Science Association, Chicago, April 1991.
     Co-author: Rebekah Herrick, Oklahoma State University.

     "Ambition's Influence on Behavior: An Analysis of Congressional Careers." Presented at the annual
     meeting of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco, August 1990.
     Co-author: Rebekah Herrick, Oklahoma State University.


INVITED PRESENTATIONS:


     “Legal Defense for Indigent Defendants” presented to the Texas Association of Counties Judicial Institute.
     March 28-30, 2001, Lubbock, Texas.

     "Lady Luck or Lady Justice? Indigent Defense in Texas" presented at the Symposium on Indigent Criminal
     Defense in Texas sponsored by the State Bar of Texas. December 7 - 8, 2000. Texas Law Center, Austin,
     Texas. Co-Presenter: Judge Allan K. Butcher, Tarrant County Magistrate.

     Panel member for “Building Statewide Task Forces to Create or Enhance Systems” at the National
     Symposium on “Indigent Defense 2000: Redefining Leadership for Equal Justice” sponsored by the Office
     of Justice Programs and the Bureau of Justice Assistance of the Department of Justice. June 29-30,
     Washington, DC.

     “The State of Indigent Criminal Defense in Texas” presented at the Courts of Texas Institute sponsored by
     the State Bar of Texas. June 2000.
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     “Using Robert‟s Rules to Conduct Organized Meetings” presented to the Dallas House Authority Resident
     Council Officers. June 1, 2000.

     Conducted a “short course” on distance education at the 1999 annual meeting of the American Political
     Science Association in Atlanta, GA.

     Speaker at Streaming Media 1999 in New York. A presentation on the use of distance education courses to
     reach and retain new students.

     Keynote Speaker at Wired World 1998 in South Africa. A talk on the advantages of using streaming media
     in higher education.

     “Instructional Design for a Video Rich Web-Based Course” presented at the ETTCon (Education and
     Training Technology Conference) May 13, 1998 at the DFW Hyatt Regency, Dallas,TX.


COURSES TAUGHT:

     Graduate

     Political Behavior of Congress - This course examines congressional behavior. Topics discussed include
     congressional elections, the role of committees, party leadership, the role of staff, the importance of rules,
     how roll call decisions are reached, term limits, the relationship to the presidency and the judiciary, and
     congressional careers.

     Seminar in American Government - This course provides graduate students with an introduction to the
     scholarly literature in American Politics. Topics covered include the presidency, the judiciary, the
     Congress, elections, political parties, interest groups, and mass participation.

     Empirical Theory and Methodology - An introduction to social science research techniques, computer
     skills, and the philosophy of the social sciences. This course involves teaching such techniques as crosstab
     tables, regression analysis, and probit analysis. Students in this course are expected to complete a fully
     developed research paper analyzing a hypothesis and reporting their findings.

     Readings On the American Presidency - This course is designed to introduce the student to the literature
     related to the American Presidency. Topics addressed include executive branch organization, presidential
     decision making, presidential power, and the executive-legislative relationship.

     Readings on Political Parties - This course introduces the student to the literature related to political parties.
     Topics covered include party formation, party organization, responsible party theories, and party campaign
     activities.

     Readings on Electoral Behavior - Students in this course are introduced to the classic readings related to
     electoral behavior. Special attention is devoted to understanding why voter turnout is low, why incumbents
     win reelection, and under what conditions candidates emerge.

     Readings On Political Participation - This is a course designed to provide a background of the literature
     pertaining to voting behavior. Political participation (both conventional and non-conventional), issue
     voting, and interest groups are some of the topics discussed.
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     Undergraduate

     Distance Education - Introduction to American National Government - This course is a web-based course
     that is offered to students in a self-paced learning environment. Like a traditional class, this course aims to
     acquaint students with the fundamentals of American government and to encourage the critical evaluation of
     issues related to politics. The course also strives to give students an appreciation of the art of politics.
     Winner of the 2010 Gold Award from the USDLA.

     Legislative Organization and Procedure - An examination of the internal and external influences on the U.S.
     Congress. Topics discussed include rules, norms, committees, seniority, political parties, presidents, media,
     constituents, and interest groups.

     Electoral Behavior - This course examines theories of individual voter behavior. Attention is also given to
     various electoral system and alternatives to traditional ways of conducting elections in the United States.

     Group Politics and Participation - This course aims to introduce students to the role interest groups play in
     American politics. At the conclusion of this course students should understand why groups form and why
     individuals join groups. Other topics include the tactics employed by interest groups and the influence
     groups have on the policy making process.

     Research Methods and Designs in Political Science - An introduction to social science research techniques,
     computer skills, and the philosophy of the social sciences.

     Introduction to American National Government - This course aims to acquaint students with the
     fundamentals of American government and to encourage the critical evaluation of issues related to politics.
     The course also strives to give students an appreciation of the art of politics.

     Public Issues in America - An introductory look at the policy making process as applied to contemporary
     issues.


GRANTS:

     "Congressional Careers: Recruitment, Opportunities, and Ambitions." Research Enhancement Program
     Grant, University of Texas at Arlington. Summer 1996. Amount of award: $6,960.


AWARDS AND HONORS:

     Excellence in Distance Learning Teaching Award- Gold. United States Distance Learning Association for
     POLS 2311 Introduction to American Government.

     State Bar of Texas Presidential Citation, June 2001.

     Faculty Development Leave Award, Spring 1999.

     “UTA Friends of the Library Award.” 1997. Award given in recognition of use of library resources and
     services to enhance teaching.

     “Outstanding Faculty Member of the Year, 1996” as recognized by the University of Texas at Arlington
     Greek System.
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      Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Political Science, University of Nebraska -
      Lincoln, Lincoln, NE 68588-0328, 1991-92.

      Recognition Award for Contributions to Students presented by the University of Nebraska - Lincoln Parents
      Association, Lincoln, NE 68588, 1991-92.

      Franklin E. & Orinda M. Johnson Fellowship recipient. University of Nebraska-Lincoln. 1991-1992.

      Alumni Graduate Paper of the Year. "Batters and Horses: An Analysis of Legislative Activities in the
      United States Senate." Department of Political Science, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 1989.

      Senning Graduate Fellow. Department of Political Science, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 1987-1988.


SERVICE:

      Administrative Service and Responsibilities

      Receive direct reports from the University College (Undergraduate Advising Center, McNair Scholars
      Program (TRIO Grant), Student Support Services (TRIO Grant), Counseling, University Tutorial and
      Supplemental Instruction, University Studies (BS degree program), University College Programs); Center
      for Distance Education and Classroom Support Services; Careers Services; Educational Opportunity Center
      (TRIO Grant), Upward Bound Pre-College Programs (TRIO Grant). Also receive reports from Assistant
      Provost responsible for faculty mentoring and development programs, new faculty orientation, and
      academic excellence week.

      Assist Provost with curriculum assessment and academic program development, reporting requirements to
      governmental and accrediting agencies, various issues with academic departments, and other projects as
      assigned.

      Leadership role in various campus-wide technology upgrades including service on PeopleSoft, BlackBoard,
      and classroom technology.

      Chaired NCAA Recertification Committee and authored self-study report.

      Handle student grievances for Office of the President and Office of the Provost.

      Provost Office representative on University Crisis Response Committee, Athletics Compliance Committee,
      MyMav Steering Committee.

      Responsible for coordinating the start of UTA academic programming at McLennan Community College.
      Assisted with the closing of such programs.

      Assist Provost Office with review of legislative bill proposals.

      Chair university Space Committee which is responsible for the allocation of classroom and laboratory
      space.
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Community Service

Member of the State Bar of Texas Committee on Legal Services to the Poor in Criminal Matters. 1996 -
2010. Designed, administered, and analyzed five state-wide polls related to the status of indigent criminal
defense in Texas and organized conference on indigent defense standards and practices.

Member of the Texas Access to Justice Loan Forgiveness Committee. 2002-2004.

Member of the Texas Access to Justice Commission Education Committee. 2002 - 2005.

Invited participant National Symposium on “Indigent Defense 2000: Redefining Leadership for Equal
Justice” sponsored by the Office of Justice Programs and the Bureau of Justice Assistance of the
Department of Justice. Served as a representative of the State Bar of Texas. June 29-30, Washington, DC.

Testified before the Senate Committee on Jurisprudence related to SB247 and the provision of legal
services to the poor, April 21, 1999.

Invited participant National Symposium on “Indigent Defense: Improving Criminal Justice Systems
Through Expanded Strategies and Innovative Collaborations” sponsored by the Office of Justice Programs
and the Bureau of Justice Assistance of the Department of Justice. Served as a representative of the State
Bar of Texas. February 25-26, 1999, Washington, D.C.

Testified before the Texas House Committee on Criminal Jurisprudence and the Subcommittee on Indigent
Legal Costs, August 11, 1989.

Testified before the Interim Committee on Juvenile Justice and Child Support, State of Texas Legislature.
June 1996. Analyzed data related to juvenile crime rates and judicial decisions in Dallas County, Texas.

Directed a survey and prepared a report on racial bias in Tarrant County Criminal Courts for the District
Attorney. Prepared and released report "Race and Judicial Decision Making In Tarrant County Felony
Courts." September 1994.

Consulted Tarrant County District Attorney regarding social science statistics and testimony pertaining to
the influence of race in capital punishment cases. August 1994.

Directed a survey and prepared a report the Tarrant County Criminal Courts for the District Attorney.
Prepared and released report "An Analysis of Factors Influencing the Disposition of Felony Cases in
Tarrant County Felony Courts." January 1994.

Addressed the American Statistical Association on the methodological issues related to a study entitled "An
Analysis of Factors Influencing the Disposition of Felony Cases in Tarrant County Felony Courts." April
21, 1994.

Consulted and assisted Head Start of Forth Worth with computer applications. February 1994.

Interviews with various local and national media outlets.
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Professional Service

American Academy for Liberal Education Fellow. Prepared a report entitled “The University of Texas
TeleCampus GenEd Online Assessment Activities” in conjunction with Doug Hale, University of Texas at
Permian Basin and Dawn Rodrigues, University of Texas at Brownsville. Summer 2003.

Jewell-Loewenberg Award Committee Member. 2001. Award is given to the best paper published in the
previous year‟s Legislative Studies Quarterly.

Discussant, “Redistricting/Incumbency Advantage.” American Political Science Association Annual
Meeting, Washington, DC. 2000.

Best Paper Committee Member, 1999 Southwestern Political Science Association.

Southwestern Political Science Association Executive Council Member, 1999 - 2010.
       Secretary/Treasurer 2001 - 2010.

Southwestern Social Science Association
       Site Selection Committee, 2003 - 2009.
       Budget and Financial Policies Committee, 2001 - 2010

Discussant, “Money and the Media in Congress.” Midwestern Political Science Association Annual
Meeting, Chicago, IL. 1999.

Roundtable member, “Public Dissatisfaction with American Political Institutions.” Southwestern Social
Science Association Annual Meeting, Corpus Christi, TX. 1998.

Discussant, “Judicial Dynamics: Courts and Politics.” Southwestern Social Science Association Annual
        Meeting, Corpus Christi, TX 1998

Panel Chair, “Representation in Congress,” Southwestern Social Science Association, Annual Meeting,
                          New Orleans, LA, 1997.

Roundtable member on the future of the American Political Science Association for the next 100 years.
Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association. San Francisco, CA. August 31, 1996.

Panel Chair, "Advocacy and the Legislative Process," Midwest Political Science Association Annual
Meeting, Chicago, April 1995.

Panel Discussant, "Congressional Committees: Leadership and the Allocation of Goods," Southwestern
Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX, 1995.

Reviewed manuscripts for Western Political Quarterly, American Journal of Politics, Legislative Studies
Quarterly, American Politics Quarterly, Journal of Politics, Political Research Quarterly, Social Science
Quarterly, Journal of Theoretical Politics, and various textbook publishers.

Panel Chair. "Diverse Uses of Roll Call Data," Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting,,
Chicago, IL, April 1991.

Editorial Assistant for Legislative Studies Quarterly, Jan 1992 - July 1992.

Editorial Assistant for American Politics Quarterly, 1988-July 1992.
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Member of the American Political Science Association, Midwest Political Science Association, Southern
Political Science Association, and the Southwestern Political Science Association.


University Service

Long Range Planning Committee, 1999 - 2000.

Campus Master Planning Subcommittee, 1999 - 2000.

Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research Official Representative 1993 - present.

Faculty Senate - Chair, 1999 - 2000.
         Member, 1993 - 1998.
         Parliamentarian, 1996 - 1998.
         Secretary, 1994 - 1996.
         Executive Committee, Member 1994 - 1998, 1999 - 2000.
         Research and Development Committee, Chair 1993 - 1994, 1995 - 1997.
         Ad Hoc Post-Tenure Review Committee, Member 1996 - 1997.
         Student Services Committee, Chair 1994 - 1995.
         Presidential Advisory Committee, Member 1996 - 1997.

Undergraduate Assembly, Liberal Arts Representative, 1998-1999; Ex Officio Member 1999-2000.
        Parliamentarian 2000 - present
        Secretary 2003 - present.

Meet with Texas State Legislators on behalf of the UT System request for resources to support distance
education efforts. Spring 1999.

Academic Computing Users' Committee, Member 1996 - 2000; Chair 1997 - 2000.

HOSTS Mentor Program Advisory Board, Liberal Arts Representative 1993 - 2000.

Liberal Arts Student Retention Committee, Member 1997 - 2000.

Assisted the Center for Distance Education in the development of UTA‟s first video-rich distance education
course and presentations to numerous academic and community groups, 1997.

Participated in Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) reaffirmation activities as a
representative of the Faculty Senate, February 1997.

U. T. System Faculty Advisory Committee, UTA representative 1996 - 1997, 1999-2000.

Faculty Development Leave Committee, Member 1997.

Ad Hoc Presidential Committee on Student Evaluation of Teaching, Member 1997.

Ad Hoc Distance Education Advisory Committee, Member 1997 - 2000.

Brown Bag talk to Department of Criminal Justice on “The Role of Race in the Criminal District Courts of
Tarrant County.” Spring 1997.
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Review and Evaluation Committee for Dean Richard Cole, School of Urban Affairs, University of Texas at
Arlington, Member 1996.

Presidential Ad Hoc Mission Statement Committee, Member 1996.

Vice-Provost for Computing and Information Technology Search Committee, Member 1995 - 1996.

Presented "National Elections and the State of the Union Address" to the Diversity and Professional
Development Committees at University of Texas at Arlington Central Library. March 2, 1995.

Assisted UTA Central Library in analysis of library usage survey, 1995.

Presidential Ad Hoc committee to review policy of program abandonment, Member 1995 - 1996.

University Career Day Committee, Liberal Arts representative Spring 1995.

Consulted/Advised UTA Student Activities Organization 1993 - 1994.


Department Service

Evaluation Committee, 1999 - 2000.

Graduate Advisor, 1999 - 2000.

Tenure and Promotion, 1999 - 2000.

Graduate Studies Committee, 1998 - 2000.
        Committee Chair, 1999-2000.

Retention Committee, 1998 - 2000.

Coordinate Political Science Advanced Placement Workshop, 1998, 1998.

Undergraduate Advisor - 1997 - 2000.

Pi Sigma Alpha (Political Science Student Honor Society) Advisor - 1997 - 2000.

Presented “The Status of Indigent Criminal Defense in Texas” to Pi Sigma Alpha monthly meeting,
September 24, 1997.

Student Honors Committee, Chair 1997- 2000.

Student Retention Committee, Chair 1997 - 2000.

Executive Committee, Member 1995 - 1997.

Computer Facilities Committee, Member 1992 - 1993, Chair 1993 - 2000.

UTA Preview Day, Department representative Spring 1997.

Curriculum Committee, Member 1993 - 1995.
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     Self-Study Committee, Member 1994 - 1995.

     Ad Hoc Undergraduate Brochure Committee, Member 1993 - 1994.

     Ad Hoc Graduate Brochure Committee, Member 1994 - 1995.

     Student Grievance Committee, Alternate Member 1992 - 1994, Chair 1995 - 2000.

     Academic Computer Services Account Manager, 1993 - 1995.

     Served as Chair and member of various Thesis and Non-Thesis Master's Committees, 1994 - present.

     Supervised Undergraduate Honors Thesis, 1995.

     Graduate Representative to Political Science Faculty Meetings, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 1991-
     1992.

     American Politics Faculty Search Committee (Member Spring 1991) and Political Theory Faculty Search
     Committees (Fall 1988, Fall 1991), Department of Political Science, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.


REFERENCES:

     Available upon request.

				
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