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Matthew Uttermark

Assistant Professor

CCPA Public Administration


Matthew Uttermark is an assistant professor in the Department of Public Administration. He earned his doctoral degree in political science from Florida State University. His research agenda focuses on evaluating the balance of power between national, state and local governments, as well as how racial inequality influences contemporary public policy and institutions. 

His research has been published in a variety of prominent public policy and social science journals including Policy Studies Journal, Social Forces, Publius: The Journal of Federalism, and Polity

At Binghamton University, Uttermark teaches classes in research methods and public policy.


  • PhD, MS, Florida State University
  • BS, The University of Iowa

Research Interests

  • Public Policy
  • Federalism
  • Subnational Politics
  • Education Policy
  • Research Methods


  • Herbert Kaufman Award (with Christopher Reenock and David Konisky), Public Administration section, American Political Science Association
  • Charles E. Scheidt Faculty Fellow for Atrocity Prevention. Institute for Genocide and Mass Atrocities Prevention, (I-GMAP), Binghamton University
  • Community Engaged Teaching Fellow, Center for Civic Engagement, Binghamton University

Research Profile

Curriculum Vitae

Curriculum Vitae