Experts from The University of Queensland are available to comment on various aspects of the United States Presidential Election.
Journalists can search by topic or name at UQ Experts or contact the following experts.
Associate Professor Sarah Percy
School of Political Science and International Studies, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Expertise: US election from a domestic perspective
Phone: 07 3443 1323 or 0437 277 411
Associate Professor Andrew Phillips
School of Political Science & International Studies, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Expertise: International Relations and Strategy
· Foreign policy angle and what the election might mean for Australia
Phone: 07 3365 3301 or 0425 753 880
Professor Graeme Orr
TC Beirne School of Law, Faculty of Business, Economics and Law
· Law of politics and elections
· Non-instrumental approaches to Law and Politics (ritual, symbols, language)
Phone: 07 336 53014 or 0434 525 398
Professor Xue Li
UQ School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology
Expertise: Social media data to predict election results
Phone: 07 3365 2379, 0402 796685.
Dr Frank Mols
UQ School of Political Science and International Studies, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
- Political science/public policy and social psychological theorising.
Phone: 07 3365 9024 (work) or 0420 817 858
Professor Alex Haslam
UQ School of Psychology, Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences
Expertise: Group and identity processes in organisational, social and clinical contexts:
- Psychology in organisations.
- The social psychology of stereotyping, prejudice, and tyranny.
- Social processes in health and well-being.
Phone: 07 3346 7345 (work) or 0468 547 291
Professor Ove Hoegh-Guldberg
Global Change Institute
Expertise: Climate change, environment, ecology and zoology
- The environmental implications of who is in the White House
Phone: 07 3443 3112
Media: UQ Communications, email@example.com, 07 3365 3439.