Stefanie I. Kasparek, Ph.D. – Albright College

Stefanie I. Kasparek, Ph.D.

Stefanie I. Kasparek, Ph.D.

Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science


Master of Arts degree in American studies/political science/international law — Tuebingen University, Germany

Ph.D. in political science — Temple University


Biography

Before coming to Albright, Stefanie I. Kasparek had been a visiting assistant professor in the Government Department at Franklin & Marshall College and remains the senior data analyst for the Franklin & Marshall Global Barometer of Gay Rights.

She also served as the assistant program director for the Pennsylvania Public Policy Database Project at the Institute for Public Affairs at Temple University and has received extensive training in advanced statistical methods from the University of Michigan.

Her research focuses primarily on policy-making in international organizations, institutional governance, and matters of human security. Her second line of research with F&M’s Global Barometers focuses on the global treatment of LGBTQI+ individuals and how individuals’ perception of their rights strays from countries’ legal protections.