From 2010 to 2020, Dr. Kopko served as an associate professor and associate dean at Elizabethtown College. In 2020, he was appointed as Director of the Center for Rural Pennsylvania - a legislative service agency of the Pennsylvania General Assembly. In this capacity, Dr. Kopko oversees a wide range of applied research activities on behalf of the legislature.
- Matthew Woessner, Kathleen H. Winters, and Kyle C. Kopko, “Bridge over the river qua: using simulations to span the divide between prelaw and political science students,” Journal of Political Science Education, 2017. Pages 225-238
- Christopher J. Devine and Kyle C. Kopko, “Do Running Mates Matter? The Influence of Vice Presidential Candidates in Presidential Elections,” University Press of Kansas, 2020.
- Christopher J. Devine and Kyle C. Kopko, “The VP Advantage: How Running Mates Influence Home State Voting in Presidential Elections,” Manchester University Press, 2016.
- Kyle C. Kopko, “"X" Marks the Spot, Or Does It? An Analysis of Voter Intent Laws and Their Implications for Counting Paper Ballots,” South Dakota Law Review, 2021. Pages 428-456
- Christopher J. Devine and Kyle C. Kopko, “Bringing Voters into the Equation: An Individual-Level Analysis of the Vice Presidential Home State Advantage,” Presidential Studies Quarterly, 2019. Pages 827-854
- Kyle C. Kopko, “Partisanship suppressed: judicial decision-making in Ralph Nader's 2004 ballot access litigation,” Election Law Journal, 2008. Pages 301-324
- Kyle C. Kopko, Grant Keener, Paula Knudsen-Burke, Dianne McDonald, and William S. Schweers, “Four Variations in Delivery and Design of Mock Trial for the Undergraduate Student ,” Journal of Experiential Learning, 2017. Pages 63-82
- Kyle C. Kopko and Erin Krause, “Shooting from the Hip: Concealed Cameras in the United States Supreme Court,” Judicature, 2015. Pages 60-67
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