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Professor, Department ChairJ.D., University of KansasB.A., Baylor UniversityRarick Hall 356Office / (785) 628-4425E-Mail: email@example.com
Shala Mills joined the Political Science Department in 1997, having previously served as the university's Affirmative Action Officer. For several years she was the Pre-law Advisor and sponsor of the Pre-law Society. She presently serves as the the Department Chair and as National Coordinator for the American Association of State Colleges and Universities' Global Challenges Project. She received her J.D. from the University of Kansas and her B.A. from Baylor University. She has taught Global Challenges, Orientation to Political Science, Introduction to Law, Constitutional Law, American Civil Liberties, Legal Research Methods, Legal Advocacy, LSAT Prep, Law & Literature, Law & Society, Political Philosophy and Current Political Issues. Her most recent publications include: "Educating Globally Competent Citizens: An AASCU Red Balloon Project" in Teacher-Scholar: The Journal of the State Comprehensive University (Fall 2012 with Martin S. Shapiro), "A Model for Integrating Assessment Across an Undergraduate Political Science Major" in Assessment Update (November-December 2009, with Bryan Bennett, C.B. Crawford, and Lawrence Gould), "y cant they rite?: Integrating Writing Assessment Across the Undergraduate Political Science Major" in Academic Leadership the Online Journal (May 2009 with Bryan Bennett), and "How to Succeed in the Academy: A Chair's Advice to Junior Faculty" in The Department Chair (Fall 2009). She serves on FHSU's General Education Committee, Council for Institutional Effectiveness, NSSE Task Force, International Education Management Group, and Council for Arts & Sciences Chairs. She has worked closely with the Office of Strategic Partnerships and Shenyang Normal University to create, develop and deliver a BA in Political Science to students in China. She is a recipient of both the FHSU Pilot Award (for outstanding teaching) and Navigator Award (for outstanding advising).
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