Kimberly Richburg

Kimberly Richburg

  • Associate Professor of Political Science, Department of Government, Criminology, & Sociology
  • Faculty, College of Behavioral & Social Sciences
M 59 Carnell Learning Center
Education

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)

Publications

ARTICLES - REFEREED

  • New and Upper Level Political Science Course Preparations: A Discussion of Challenges and Opportunities 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 Assessment 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

PRESENTATIONS

  • The Career Website Presentation as a Core Component of a Political Science Senior Capstone Seminar. National Technology and Social Science Conference. Las Vegas, Nevada. (2016)
  • Using Course Tutors for Introductory Level Political Science Courses: An Examination of Valuable Considerations. National Technology and Social Science Conference. Las Vegas, Nevada. (2015)
  • 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 Assessment 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)