Kevin J. Mullinix

Assistant Professor

Teaching

Positions and Courses:

Assistant Professor, Appalachian State University (2015 - Present)

        American National Government and Politics

        Public Opinion

        Political Psychology​

        Voting, Campaigns, and Elections

        Political Behavior (Graduate)
 

Instructor, Northwestern University
        Survey Design and Implementation Workshop (May 2014)


Adjunct Instructor, Metropolitan Community College, Kansas City, MO.
        Introduction to American Government (June 2011 to July 2011) 

Teaching and Research Advisor, University of Kansas
        McNair Scholars Program (May 2011 to August 2011)
        Upward Bound (May 2011 to August 2011)

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Political Science, University of Kansas
        Political Science Methods of Inquiry (Fall 2010 and Spring 2011)
        Introduction to U.S. Politics (Fall 2009 and Spring 2010)

 

Formal teaching evaluation summaries from students: 


MullinixTeachingEvaluations.pdf

Open-ended reactions:

 “What I liked most was the easy flexibility and interaction between students and the instructor; also, the lectures were lively and very interesting.”

“I really liked the partner and group discussions. You really seemed like you wanted to hear our opinions and thoughts about the issues. You were great!”

“You kept it interesting and fun.”

“I liked that he was able to provide many examples when explaining complex topics.”

“There was a great balance between info and class discussions.”

“He had a command and authority over the course material.”

“I really liked class discussions.”

“I liked the way the teacher taught the material. The instructor did an excellent job.”

“Humor was upheld throughout the class & that helped a lot.”

“It kept me involved, was fun, and interesting.”

“It was enjoyable to come to class—nothing was ultra serious and there was a lot of interaction. Sometimes taking notes off powerpoint can be redundant and horrible, but the commentary/addressing the students really broke that up.”

“You were actually relatable and not a boring old guy (don’t turn into that when you actually are old). You were fun and kept us engaged. Thanks.”

“The teacher was enthusiastic about the material.”

“Always seemed prepared and knew the material.”