Nonresident scholar in Energy Studies at the Baker Institute
Mikulska earned a Ph.D. in political science from the University of Houston, a Master in international relations from the University of Windsor in Canada, and a law degree from Adam Mickiewicz University.
Anna Mikulska is senior fellow & lecturer at the Kleinman Center for Energy Policy, University of Pennsylvania. She is a a fellow at FPRI’s Eurasia Program and nonresident scholar in energy studies at the Baker Institute. Mikulska speaks Polish, English, German, Farsi and Russian.
She has presented papers at numerous national and international conferences, authored and co-authored articles in the European Journal of Political Research and the Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, a chapter in the “Introduction to American Government” textbook as well as energy policy op-eds on Forbes. She has served as a reviewer for numerous scholarly journals and was on the editorial board of the law review at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poland.
Her research interests center around European energy markets and energy policy.
- 05/17/2017 - The Changing Geopolitics of Natural Gas in the Black Sea Region
- 03/29/2017 - Trump's Effect on U.S. Oil & Gas
- 02/06/2017 - All The King's Men Cannot Put King Coal Together Again
- 12/05/2016 - Five Major Challenges to the Beneficial Use of Non-Fresh Water, Including Oil- and Gas-Produced Water
- 11/14/2016 - A Perspective on the Department of Energy’s Energy-Water Nexus 2017 Budget Justification
- 07/27/2016 - From the ‘What?’ to the ‘How?’ in the Water-Energy Nexus
- 07/21/2016 - Energy market transitions: Where will the IOCs fit?