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About the article
Dick M. Carpenter II
Dick M. Carpenter II is a Professor of Leadership, Research, and Foundations at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs.
David M. Primo
David M. Primo is the Ani and Mark Gabrellian Professor at the University of Rochester, and is an expert on campaign finance, fiscal policy, and corporate political strategy.
Pavel Tendetnik is a regional strategist in the US Air Force and a recent PhD recipient from the University of Colorado Colorado Springs. (Work and conclusions produced here are personal and should not be attributed to the US Air Force or the Department of Defense.)
Sandy Ho works in higher education student affairs and is a doctoral student at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs with research interests in mentorship, research, and policy.
Published Online: 2014-08-08
Published in Print: 2014-07-01