Eastern Michigan University
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Jeffrey L. Bernstein


Bernstein 601E Pray Harrold



Current Semester Courses

Winter 2019
on sabbatical

Office Hours
on sabbatical Winter 2019


Ph. D. (1997), University of Michigan.

M.A. (1994), University of Michigan.

A.B. (1991), Washington University in St. Louis.


curriculum vitae

Interests and Expertise

American government and politics

Political learning and civic education

Scholarship of teaching and learning

Campaigns and elections

Voting behavior and public opinion

Selected Scholarly Activity

“Unifying SoTL Methodology: Internal and External Validity.”  Forthcoming in Teaching and Learning Inquiry.  

“Major Factors in the Development of Political Attitudes” (with Hailey L. Huckestein and Steven M. Mikulic).  Forthcoming at Learning and Teaching in the Social Sciences.

“Using Creative Assignments to Help Students Integrate their Learning in a Campaigns and Elections Class” (with Austin Deljevic, Emily Kindred, Elizabeth Krochmalny, and Annie Somerville).  Forthcoming in Journal of Political Science Education.

“Finding Moments of Meaning in Undergraduate Education: How the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Can Help.”  International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Volume 12, Number 1, Article 2, 2018.

“Rehabilitating Citizenship: Lessons from Across the Curriculum” (with Michael B. Smith and Rebecca S. Nowacek).  Journal of Humanities in Rehabilitation, Fall 2017

Enhancing Teaching and Learning Through Collaborative Structures.  Co-editor (with Brooke A. Flinders) and contributing author.  San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2016.

“Overcoming Methods Anxiety: The Impact of Frequent Feedback and Moving from Qualitative to Quantitative Work" (with Brooke Allen).  Journal of Political Science Education, Volume 9, Number 1, March 2013, pages 1 -15. 

Citizenship Across the Curriculum.  Co-editor (with Michael B. Smith and Rebecca S. Nowacek) and contributing author.  Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2010.