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2022 Political Science Department Prize Winners

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Congratulations to the 2022 Political Science Department Prize Winners!

Professor Butler Published Journal of Politics Blog for Forthcoming Article

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Professor Butler and co-authors published Journal of Politics Blog for forthcoming article

PhD candidate Tony Yang Awarded Research Grant

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Congratulation to PhD candidate Tony Yang! He has been awarded the 2022 APSA Summer Centennial Center Research Grant to support his dissertation project, "Normalization: Explaining Public Support for Government Censorship in Authoritarian Regimes."

Professor Carter Publishes in International Studies Quarterly

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Professor David Carter and co-authors published their article, "The Geography of Separatist Violence" in International Studies Quarterly.

Professor Diana O'Brien Publishes in APSR

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Professor Diana O’Brien and co-authors publish, “Can’t We All Just Get Along? How Women MPs Can Ameliorate Affective Polarization in Western Politics” in APSR

Professors Lucas, Montgomery, and Tavits Awarded NSF Grant

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Congratulations to Professors Lucas, Montgomery, and Tavits for being awarded an NSF grant to expand their ongoing study of elite communication on social media throughout the world!

Congratulations Prof. Montgomery & Ph.D Alumn Erin Rossiter for Publishing a QCMSS Elemental

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Congratulations to Professor Jacob Montgomery and Ph.D alumn, Erin Rossiter, for publishing a QCMSS Elemental, "Adaptive Inventories: A Practical Guide for Applied Researchers."

Professor Diana O'Brien Wins APSA's Lawrence Longley Award

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Congratulations to Professor Diana O'Brien for winning APSA's Lawrence Longley Award for the best article published in the previous year for the article, "Women’s Descriptive Representation and Gendered Import Tax Discrimination."

Undergraduate Julia Fish wins CRE2's Undergraduate Research Award for the Study of Race, Ethnicity, & Equity

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Graduate Student Jeremy Siow Wins CRE2 Award for Best Graduate Research Paper in Race & Ethnicity

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Graduate student, Jeremy Siow, wins CRE2's Award for Best Graduate Research Paper in Race & Ethnicity. The winning paper was, "Bilingual Instruction and Political Discrimination of Ethnic Outgroups: Evidence from a Natural Experiment in Malaysia."

Professor Schnakenberg and Graduate Students Dahjin Kim & Gechun Lin Publish Paper

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Professor Keith Schnakenberg and Graduate Students Dahjin Kim & Gechun Lin Publish Paper, "Informative Campaigns, Overpromising, and Policy Bargaining."

Professor James Gibson Featured in NYT Opinion Piece

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Professor James Gibson was featured in New York Times opinion piece discussing how "the politicization of the Supreme Court is eroding its legitimacy."