Florida State University

Political Science

College of Social Sciences & Public Policy

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Bradley Kile

Teaching Faculty II & Director of the Masters in Applied American Politics and Policy

Specialization: State Politics, Health Care Policy and Economics, Applied American Politics and Policy, Experiental Learning

Areas of Interest: American Politics, Public Policy

Bellamy 227 (Tuesday: 1:00 - 5:30 p.m.)

bkile@fsu.edu

850-212-8127

Curriculum Vitae


Biography

Dr. Kile serves as the Director of the Master’s of Applied American Politics & Policy (MAAPP) program and is also the Director of Outreach for the Institute of Politics (IOP) at FSU. He joined the FSU community in 2001 as a LeRoy Collins Fellow while pursuing his Ph.D. in political science, with a focus on health policy. Kile has been an instructor at FSU for two decades and has trained many alumni who now work in and around state and federal governments.  His research centers on state and federal policy in the areas of the development and delivery of government-funded health care.  Prior to earning his PhD in at FSU in 2005, he received a Bachelor’s degree from James Madison University in Virginia and a Master’s degree from American University in Washington, DC.

Professional Experience

Director, Master of Applied American Politics & Policy Program; Director of Outreach, Institute of Politics