Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Sunita Parik
It’s Not Just What You Say But How You Say It
Professor Christopher Lucas addresses long-standing questions in political science using new computational methods and previously untapped datasets – including the sound of political speech.
Undergraduate Student Emma Lembke Launches a Movement to Help Teens Overwhelmed by Social Media
First-year student and Political Science major, Emma Lembke founded Log Off, a movement founded by teens for who want a safer and healthier relationship with social media.
PhD Candidate Luwei Ying Publishes Paper with Prof. David Carter in APSR
PhD Candidate Luwei Ying publishes the paper, "Historical Border Changes, State Building and Contemporary Trust in Europe," with Dr. David Carter and Dr. Scott Abramson (Rochester) in the American Political Science Review.
Professor Andrew Reeves on Partisanship, the economy and presidential accountability
Professor Andrew Reeves' research finds on one of voters' most important issues, partisans are surprisingly objective.
PhD Candidate Ben Noble Published in Political Science Research and Methods
PhD Candidate Ben Noble's paper, "Energy versus safety: unilateral action, voter welfare, and executive accountability" is published in Political Science Research and Methods.
Undergraduate Student, Julia Feller, Develops Environmental Justice Tool for The Nature Conservancy
Julia Feller, a Political Science undergraduate student, created the St. Louis EcoUrban Assessment.
Professor Keith Schnakenberg and PhD Candidate Jordan McAllister Publisehd on IO Website
Professor Keith Schnakenberg and PhD Candidate Jordan McAllister's article, "Designing the Optimal Climate Agreement with Variability in Commitments," is online on the IO website.
Professor Keith Schnakenberg to be published in APSR
Keith Schnakenberg's article, "Motivated Reasoning and Electoral Accountability," with co-authors Andrew Little and Ian Turner, is set to be published at APSR.
PhD Candidate Jeremy Siow Awarded CRE2 Grant
Congratulations to PhD Candidate Jeremy Siow! He was awarded a grant from the Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity and Equity for his project "Language of Instruction & Ethnic Prejudice in Malaysia."
Professor Jacob Montgomery and PhD Candidate Luwei Ying Published in Political Analysis
Congratulations to Professor Jacob Montgomery and PhD Candidate Luwei Ying, along with their co-author Brandon Stewart (Princeton University), on publishing their article, "Topics, Concepts, and Measurement: A Crowdsourced Procedure for Validating Topics as Measures" in Political Analysis.