She came to UWM in 2012 from Rutgers University, where she was an associate professor in the Graduate Department of Public Policy and Administration and Department of Political Science. She conducts research in political economy, and her specific interests include conflict in trans-boundary river and lake systems globally.
Kehl holds a bachelor’s degree from Macalester College, and master’s and doctoral degrees in comparative political economy from the University of Colorado at Boulder.
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The discussion is expected to include both the on-going water crisis in Flint, Michigan, and potential issues of water accessibility and the protection of water resources in Milwaukee and Wisconsin.Feb 2nd, 2016 by University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
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