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Dr. Lori Cox Han


Q&A with the Newly Appointed Endowed Chair in American Presidential Studies

February 23, 2021 by | News

Political Science professor Dr. Lori Cox Han was recently named the inaugural Doy B. Henley Endowed Chair in American Presidential Studies, which will be housed in Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. Doy Henley moved to California from Illinois in the 1950s and raised a family while thriving as an entrepreneur, owning and operating

Faculty Books: Examining the Presidency with Dr. Lori Cox Han

August 13, 2020 by Philip Goodrich | News

As the 2020 election approaches, the world is becoming more and more focused on the role and significance of the presidency in American politics. At a time when leadership is more important than ever, the upcoming election will undoubtedly shape the future of this country and go down as one of the most significant elections

Does the White House have too much power? Dr. Cox Han explains

April 4, 2013 by | POSC

Political Science Professor Lori Cox Han recently had an article published in Zocalo Public Square answering the question Whether the White House Has Too Much Power—Or Too Little … read what she had to say! A little about Dr. Cox Han -  Her most recent books include Presidents and the American Presidency (Oxford, 2013),

Political Science Professor Offers Expert Advise

October 29, 2012 by | POSC

Political Science Professor Lori Cox Han , an expert on American government, was interviewed last week by Lake Forest Patch about former US President Bill Clinton’s visit to UCI on Tuesday, October 22. Clinton was their to endorse five congressional candidates and encourage voters to turn out on Nov. 6. Click here to read the

Wilkinson Faculty Keeping Busy

April 17, 2012 by | News

Professor of Political Science, Dr. Lori Cox Han, has been asked to speak as the Spring 2012 Distinguished Guest Lecture for the Saddleback College Emeritus Institute in Laguna Woods on Friday, April 20. Dr. Han will be speaking about the presidential campaign and over 300 people are expected to attend.   Alicia Kozameh, an instructor

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