The Rose Institute stresses a high level of interaction between students and faculty. In their research on state and local government, students and faculty work side by side. Students receive guidance and instruction from professors, fellows and research associates experienced in the operations of both the public and private sectors. Senior staff works closely with Rose Institute student researchers on a number of projects. While every student has experience working with faculty members and senior staff on an individual basis, the Rose Institute student staff is overseen by senior student managers.
Andrew Busch, Director
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Dr. Andrew Busch (B.A. University of Colorado-Boulder, M.A. and Ph.D. University of Virginia) is Crown Professor of Government and George R. Roberts Fellow at Claremont McKenna College. He currently serves as Director of the Rose Institute of State and Local Government. He has authored or co-authored fifteen books on American politics, including The Rules and Politics of American Primaries (2020), A Brief History of Public Policy Since the New Deal (2019), Epic Journey: The 2008 Elections and American Politics, Revised post-midterm election version (2011) and The Constitution on the Campaign Trail: The Surprising Political Career of America’s Founding Document (2007), along with more than thirty articles and chapters. In 2007, he received a Fulbright fellowship to lecture on American politics at the Diplomatic Academy of Ukraine, and served as the Ann and Herbert Vaughan Fellow in the James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions at Princeton University in the 2009-2010 academic year.
Kenneth P. Miller, Associate Director
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Dr. Ken Miller (B.A. Pomona College, J.D. Harvard Law School, Ph.D. U.C. Berkeley) became Associate Director of the Rose Institute in 2009. He has served as a member of CMC’s Government faculty since 2003. Dr. Miller’s research focuses on state government institutions, with an emphasis on direct democracy and the interaction between law and politics. His publications include Direct Democracy and the Courts (Cambridge 2009) and co-edited volumes Parchment Barriers: Political Polarization and the Limits of Constitutional Order (Kansas 2018) and The New Political Geography of California (Berkeley Public Policy Press 2008). Dr. Miller was the Ann and Herbert Vaughan Fellow in the James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions at Princeton University (2011-2012) and a visiting scholar at the John Goodwin Tower Center for Political Studies at Southern Methodist University (2017-2018). At the Rose Institute, he has worked with students on numerous research projects, including the biennial Video Voter project and the 24-state Miller-Rose Institute Initiative Database.
Bipasa Nadon, Assistant Director for Research and Publications
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Bipasa Nadon (B.A. University of Chicago, J.D. University of Chicago) joined the Rose Institute in 2011. She was an assistant to Mayor Richard M. Daley in Chicago, where she developed policy in the areas of housing, aviation planning, personnel, and legislative affairs. Mrs. Nadon also has international experience. She was the director of local government programs for the National Democratic Institute for International Affairs in Ukraine and served as an international observer for Ukraine’s first parliamentary elections. Mrs. Nadon practiced corporate law at Hale and Dorr, LLP in Boston, specializing in technology licensing.
Marionette S. Moore, Administrative Assistant
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Marionette Sison Moore (B.A. University of the Philippines) joined the staff of the Rose Institute in February of 1997, providing assistance to the Institute’s directorial staff and supervision of student research assistants. She lends support to the research needs of the Institute with her broad background in the area of survey research and knowledge of computerized data management.