Dana Wittmer Wolfe (Ph.D. The Ohio State University) joined the faculty of Colorado College in the fall of 2011. She studies United States politics, with specific interests in gender and politics, public opinion, public policy, and Congress. Her most recent projects focus on the effectiveness of women in Congress, human trafficking within the United States, and the impact of gendered leadership on public policy. Please see her personal website for information about her teaching schedule, her background, and these research projects.
American Government & Politics Women, Government, & Public Policy Political Psychology Constitutional Law Media Politics Voting & Elections Race, Government, & Public Policy Public Opinion