Aubrey Jewett, Associate Professor
Aubrey Jewett, an associate professor and associate chair of Political Science, is an expert in Florida politics, American government and local politics. He can discuss voting trends in Central Florida’s “I-4 corridor” and other parts of the state, and he also can discuss the impact of early voting on elections.
Jewett, a professor at UCF since 1995, is the co-author of the recently published “Politics in Florida, 2nd edition.”
In 2002, Jewett received the Leon Weaver Award for his study of ballot invalidation in Florida during the 2000 presidential election. He also has won several grants related to teaching and multiple awards for teaching and advising excellence. He supervises an internship program that has placed more than 1,200 students in various local, state and national offices since 1998. In 2003-04, Jewett served as an American Political Science Association Fellow working as a staffer in the House of Representatives.
Jewett is a frequent expert source for local, state and national media. National media that have interviewed him include ABC World News with Charles Gibson, NPR, USA Today, Time, U.S. News and World Report and CBS Radio.