Mark Owens

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Opportunities to Apply Social Science Research Skills in East Texas
Information on internships in the Texas Legislature (locally or in Austin)
Bill Archer Fellowship (Spots For UT Tyler Students interning in Washington D.C.)

Syllabi for Courses at The University of Texas at Tyler

Term
Course
 Course Title     
 Description
 S-17, F-16 POLS 5311 Seminar in American Government Hybrid course that covers the sub-disciplines of American Politics
 Spring 16 POLS 5320 Topics: Budget Politics Online Course with a collaborative research project
 Fall 2017 POLS 5300 Scope and Methods An introduction to quantitative research using R and qualitative research using the University Archives
 Spring 2018 PADM 5397 Adv. Social Science Analysis Online course with a collaborative research project and introduction to STATA
 Fall 2016 POLS 4396  Research Methods A semester long collaborative research project in partnership with the University Archives
 Spring 2017 POLS 4370 Election Data Research A semester long collaborative research project
 F-17, F-15 POLS 4340 Congress & Legislation A class simulation to introduce the legislative process
 Spring 2017 POLS 4340 U.S. Presidency Engaging weekly debates about the executive branch
 S-18, F-16 POLS 3335 Campaign Politics Service learning partnership with Smith County
 S-17, F-16,  S-16, F-15 POLS 2305 Introduction to American Government     Includes a colloquium project where students attend local government meetings

Experience at Bates College
U.S. Presidency (Seminar), Public Policy & Social Welfare, American Political Institutions and Processes

Experience at Reinhardt University, MPA Program
Public Budgeting and Finance

U.S. Presidency, Campaign Politics, Legislative Process, American Political Parties, Introduction to American Government