Dr. Terri Fine, Associate Director of the Lou Frey Institute and UCF Professor of Political Science, will be speaking on the topic of elections, voting and voting rights. Learn more about election administration, the proposed Florida constitutional amendment to extend voting rights to felons, and more!
Terri Susan Fine is a professor of political science at the University of Central Florida, where she also serves as associate director of the Lou Frey Institute and content specialist for the Florida Joint Center for Citizenship. At the Florida Joint Center for Citizenship, she is responsible for training teachers to advance content literacy, infusing content into civics teaching and ensuring its accuracy, developing sample assessment items for teacher and student use, and overseeing the content development of a student review website for the high-stakes statewide civics exam required of all public middle school students in Florida. She is a Brandeis University Schusterman Center fellow and an affiliated faculty member at the University of Haifa. Her primary research and teaching interests focus on American political participation and political communication including public opinion, voting and elections, voting rights, and voting systems. Her publications have appeared in several academic journals and as chapters in books.