Dr. Kyle C. Kopko earned his Ph.D. in political science from The Ohio State University in 2010, with a concentration in public law and judicial politics. Dr. Kopko has authored or co-authored more than 30 scholarly publications, including two university press books, and he regularly speaks on a wide range of policy and political topics. His research has also received national and international media attention in numerous outlets, including The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The New York Times, CNN, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, and Fox News Channel.
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.
Elizabethtown College (PA)
judicial politics, judicial behavior, constitutional law, election law, elections, higher education, rural development, state and local government, american politics, political psychology
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- 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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