Lee Hannah

COLA Outstanding Early Career Achievement Award and Wright State Early Career Achievement Award
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School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA)

Lee Hannah is a valued member of the School of Public and International Affairs who has excelled in teaching, research, and service in his three years at Wright State. He is a popular teacher with a productive research agenda and scholarship that has attracted national attention. Through his community engagement, he has drawn positive attention to the university. Dr. Hannah shines in the classroom. He is committed to his students and their development and has created and taught a wide variety of courses, including one online. Under his direction, the internship program has blossomed and he has supervised nearly 60 interns since fall 2015. Dr. Hannah is actively engaged in research, and his article in the journal Science, “Climate Confusion among U.S. Teachers,” has been discussed in The New York Times, The Washington Post, NPR’s All Things Considered, and The Atlantic, among others. Dr. Hannah has made numerous appearances on local media and has spoken to many community groups about local and national politics. He is in high demand because of his recognized expertise on the political process, and he is generous with his time and devotion to this service.


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