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Anita Chadha University of Houston Downtown

Anita Chadha, Ph.D. is an Associate professor at the University of Houston, downtown. She received her PhD in Public Policy and Public Administration from Auburn University.  Prior to UHD, Dr. Chadha taught at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in both their graduate and undergraduate programs. Her teaching interests are courses on American Government, Political Participation and Democracy, Public Policy, Public Administration, and Organizational Theory.  Her research interests are in civic engagement, political participation, and electoral reform.  She has dozens of publications in both areas of research. She is working on a book on electoral reform, “Rethinking American Elections: Local Experiments with Electoral Reform” for which she received an excellence award from UHD.