kenneth M. miller
In the classroom I frequently draw on my previous political and private sector experience to make politics concrete and approachable for students. For substantive courses this means the students should view institutions as accessible and political processes as adhering to patterns that we can understand and predict. For courses on research methods, this means training students to be sophisticated producers and consumers of data on politics and political behavior in a variety of career settings.
University of Texas at Austin, Spring 2017
Instructor Evaluation: 4.7 / 5.0
"Dreaded taking this class at 8 AM, but Ken made it extremely interesting and enjoyable."
"Government is not my favorite thing to learn about, but Ken's clear enthusiasm and various examples about the subject matter made this class a lot better."
"Best class I had this semester, and all my other classes were for my major."