Kimberly M Richburg

Kimberly M. Richburg

Associate Professor of Political Science
Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2005)
M.A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2000)
B.A., Clemson University (1994)



CLASSES TAUGHT
Course Num Course Title
POLS-101 American National Government
POLS-200 Intro to Political Science
POLS-271 Political Psychology
POLS-302 Political Behavior
POLS-307 Public Opinion
POLS-360 Congress and the Presidency
POLS-371 Political Psychology
POLS-371 Public Opinion
POLS-373 Public Opinion
POLS-499 Capstone Seminar

ARTICLES - REFEREED
  • New and Upper Level Political Science Course Preparations: A Discussion of Challenges and Opportuities at the Teaching-Oriented Institution in Contemporary Issues in Education Research. (2011)
  • Academic Grades: Does Race or Gender Matter? in Journal of Learning in Higher Education. (2009)
  • Are First Year Faculty Members at a Disadvantage When Student Evaluations of Teaching Are Included in Performance Evaluations? in Journal of Academic Administration in Higher Education. (2008)

PROCEEDINGS - Refereed (Full Paper)
  • Executing a Departmental Major Program Assssment Plan: Essential Ingredients of the Process in 2013 Clute Institute Key West International Academic Conference. (2013)
  • New and Upper Level Political Science Course Preparations: A Discussion of Challenges and Opportunities at the Teaching-Oriented Institution in 2011 Clute Institute New Orleans International Academic Conference. (2011)
  • Academic Grades: Does Race or Gender Matter in Academic Business World International Conference. (2008)
  • Testing for Race and Gender Issues in College Grades in Southeastern Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences Annual Conference. (2007)
  • Are First Year Faculty Members at a Disadvantage When Student Evaluations of Teaching Are Included in Performance Reviews? in Academic Business World International Conference. (2007)
  • Student Evaluations of Teaching: Should First Year Faculty Members Get A Break? in Southeast InfORMS annual Conference. (2006)

PRESENTATIONS
  • The Sophomore Level Introductory Political Science Course: Challenges and Opportunities. National Technology and Social Science Conference. Las Vegas, Nevada. (2014)
  • Executing a Departmental Major Program Assssment Plan: Essential Ingredients of the Process. 2013 Clute Institute Key West International Academic Conference. Key West, Florida. (2013)
  • Using Response Papers to Encourage Reading and Learning in Introductory Political Science Courses: Shortcomings and Remedies. South Carolina Political Science Association Annual Conference. Presbyterian College (Clinton), South Carolina. (2012)
  • New and Upper Level Political Science Course Preparations: A Discussion of Challenges and Opportunities at the Teaching-Oriented Institution. 2011 Clute Institute New Orleans International Academic Conference. New Orleans, Louisiana. (2011)
  • A Discussion of the Challenges of Executing New Upper Level Political Science Course Preparations at Small Teaching-Oriented Institutions. South Carolina Political Science Association Annual Conference, Conway, South Carolina. Conway, South Carolina. (2010)
  • Methane to Energy: A Small County's Experience. South Carolina Political Science Association. Greenville, South Carolina. (2009)
  • Academic Grades: Does Race or Gender Matter. Academic Business World International Conference. Nashville, Tennessee. (May, 2008)
  • Testing for Race and Gender Issues in College Grades. Southeastern Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences Annual Conference. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. (October, 2007)
  • Are First Year Faculty Members at a Disadvantage When Student Evaluations of Teaching Are Included in Performance Reviews?. Academic Business World International Conference. Nashville, Tennessee. (May, 2007)
  • Student Evaluations of Teaching: Should First Year Faculty Get a Break?. Southeast InfORMS annual Conference. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. (October, 2006)
  • The Role of Personality Prototypes in Presidential Evaluation. North Carolina Political Science Association Conference. High Point, North Carolina. (March, 2006)
  • Value Stability in the Mass Public. Annual American Association for Public Opinion Research Conference. St. Louis, Missouri. (1998)