Aime Hogue Rovelo

Aime Hogue Rovelo

Political Science PhD Candidate

University of Missouri


Hi! My name is Aime.

I am a political science PhD student at the University of Missouri Harry S Truman School of Government & Public Affairs focusing on comparative and American politics. My research interests lie at the intersection of minority representation, elections, and policy. My work on electoral politics has also led me to examine related issues such as refugee immigration, human rights violations, and the Latin American political economy.

You can download my Curriculum Vitae here.

  • Representation
  • Electoral Politics
  • Immmigrant Integration Policy
  • PhD in Political Science, 2024 (expected)

    University of Missouri

  • BA in Political Science Pre-Law, 2019

    Baylor University


University of Missouri

Teaching Assistant

  • Race and The American Story, Spring 2022
  • Modern Political Thought, Spring 2022
  • Public Policy under Dr. Lael Keiser, Fall 2021
  • American Government under Dr. Bill Horner, Dr.Rudy Hernandez, and Dr.Connor Ewing, Spring 2021
  • American Government under Dr. Bill Horner, Dr.Connor Ewing, Dr.Rudy Hernandez, and Dr.Jake Haselswerdt, Fall 2020
  • American Constitutional Democracy under Dr. Jen Selin, Spring 2020
  • American Political Behavior under Dr. James Endersby, Fall 2019

Research Assistant

  • Senate Data Collection under Dr. Marvin L. Overby, Summer, Summer 2019
  • State Policy Task Force Membership Data Collection Dr. James Endersby, Summer 2020

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