Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science and Director of the Marquette Democracy Lab.
Professor Wichowsky's research explores the intersections between politics and inequality, including class biases in turnout, how economic hardships impact voting participation, and the effects of residential segregation on political engagement.
Shir is a second-year student at Marquette University majoring in Political Science and Applied Mathematical Economics. She is part of the MU4Gold undergraduate research program at Marquette, mentored by Dr. Wichowsky. Her other passions include the Classics and philosophy, in which she hopes to minor during her undergraduate years and which she believes will help prepare her for graduate school and beyond.
Jacqueline is a sophomore studying Political Science and Philosophy. Jacque is part of Marquette Law's Pre-Law Scholars, Marquette's Mock Trial Team, intramural volleyball, Campus Ministry, and Special Olympics of Wisconsin. She is a research assistant currently working with faculty in Political Science, Computer Science and Education to study citizen activism around water quality in Kewaunee, Wisconsin.
Mary is from Elk Grove Village, IL. She is double majoring in Political Science and History.
Najaris is a sophomore studying political science with a minor in international affairs. She is also part of the SSS EOP program.
Erin is an incoming senior at Marquette majoring in political science and economics from St. Louis. She is member of Alpha Chi Omega, in College Democrats, and a Marquette Tour Guide.