Sherri L. Wallace, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Political Science

About

My Homepage

http://louisville.edu/faculty/slwall08

Biography

Dr. Sherri L. Wallace received her M.A. and Ph.D. in Government from Cornell University in 1996. She received her B.A. in Political Science from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock in 1989.

Teaching Areas

African American Politics, American Politics, Public Policy, State Politics, and Urban Politics.

    Research Areas and Projects

    College Textbook Diversity, Community Economic Development, Race and Politics, and Women and Faculty of Color in Academe.

    Activities

    American Political Science Association Council (2009-2011)

    American Political Science Association Standing Committee on the Status of Blacks in the Profession (2005-2007)

    American Political Science Association Teaching and Learning Conference Planning Committee, Program Chair (2007-2009; 2013-2016)

    American Political Science Association Task Force on the Political Science in the 21st Century

    American Political Science Association Ralph Bunche Summer Institute Advisory Committee

    American Political Science Association Women’s Caucus for Political Science, Treasurer

    American Political Science Association Annual Meeting Program Committee, Division Chair (2015)

    American Political Science Association Political Science Education Section, Executive Board (2013-2016)

    American Political Science Association Committee on Teaching and Learning (2013-2016)

    Western Political Science Association, Program Committee and Section Chair

    Midwest Political Science Association, Section Chair

    Southern Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Section Chair, Teaching Political Science (2016)