Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs
Taubman Center
Cadence Wilse

Cadence Willse

PhD Candidate
Graduate Program Assistant

Department: Political Science

cadence_willse@brown.edu

Cadence Willse is a PhD candidate in the political science department at Brown University. Her dissertation explores the role of interest groups in representation, mobilization and service provision in public education in the United States. She received her AM in urban education policy and political science from Brown University.    

Teaching

  • POLS1130: “The American Presidency.” Undergraduate lecture class (teaching assistant).
  • POLS1120: “Campaigns and Elections.” Undergraduate lecture class (teaching assistant).
  • POLS1360: “Gender Politics.” Undergraduate lecture class (teaching assistant).
  • POLS0100: “Introduction to the American Political Process.” Undergraduate lecture class (teaching assistant).

Affiliations

  • American Political Science Association
  • Midwest Political Science Association
  • Spatial Structures in the Social Sciences, Brown University
  • Population Studies Training Center, Brown University