Michael Uhlmann


Ph. D. Government, Claremont Graduate School

LOCATION  Harper E. 210
EMAIL  michael.uhlmann@cgu.edu
PHONE  909.621.8210
FAX
 909.621.8545
 

Teaching & Research Interests

American Presidency, executive-congressional relations, and the federal judiciary, including the federal administrative process and national security decision-making

Dr. Michael Uhlmann has been teaching in the Department of Politics and Policy/SPE at Claremont Graduate University since 2002. His courses concentrate on the American Presidency, executive-congressional relations, and the federal judiciary, including the federal administrative process and national security decision-making. He is also an adjunct professor at Claremont McKenna College, teaching a wide variety of courses in the Department of Government.

In addition to his regular coursework for the Department of Politics and Policy, Dr. Uhlmann teaches in, and serves as the Director of, CGU’s new Tribal Administration Program, made possible through a generous grant from the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians.

 

 
Curriculum Vitae

Bio

 
 
Courses
PP  305  Executuve Congressional Relations
PP  307  Modern Presidency
PP  319  Special Topics in American Politics
PP  328  Congress, the Presidency, and the Administrative State
     
Others:    
    The American Presidency
    Executive-Congressional Relations
    Judicial Power and Public Policy
    The Rise of Judicial Supremacy
    The Law and Politics of the First Amendment’s Religious Clauses
    The Administrative State and Public Policy
    The National Security Decision-Making Process
    Tribal Sovereignty and Intergovernmental Relations
     

  

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