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Professor Andrew Reeves's New Course, "The Business of Elections"

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Professor Andrew Reeves co-teaches a new course, "The Business of Elections", with Steven Malter, Senior Associate Dean of Experiential Learning and Strategic Programs in the Olin Business School.

Professor David Carter's Paper Accepted at International Studies Quarterly

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Professor David Carter's paper, "The Varieties of Coup d’état: Introducing the Colpus Dataset" was accepted at International Studies Quarterly. The paper is co-authored by John Chin (Carnegie Mellon University) and Joe Wright (Penn State University).

Professor Matt Gabel Published in Scientific Reports

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Professor Matt Gabel's article, "The ideological divide in confidence in science and participation in medical research," has been published by Scientific Reports.

Professor Emeritus Bill Lowry Reflects on the Sustainability Exchange

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Professor Emeritus Bill Lowry, who played a central role in launching and directing the Sustainability Exchange, reflects on the program's success.

Professor Michael Bechtel to be Published in American Political Science Review

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Professor Michael Bechtel and his co-authors', Kirk Bansak and Yotam Margalit, article "Why Austerity? The Mass Politics of a Contested Policy“ has been accepted at American Political Science Review.

Professor Jim Gibson Elected to the Academy of Science of South Africa

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Congratulations to Professor Jim Gibson! He has been elected to the Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf) as an Honorary Foreign Associate.

Professor Michael Olson Interviewed by KSDK News on Election Night

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Professor Michael Olson Interviewed by KSDK News on Election Night

Professor William Nomikos Published in the Journal of Peace Research

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Professor William Nomikos' article, "Why share? An analysis of the sources of post-conflict power-sharing," is published in the Journal of Peace Research.

Professor Carly Wayne is awarded the 2020 Walter Isard Award for Best Dissertation in Peace Science

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Congratulations to Prof. Carly Wayne for being awarded the 2020 Walter Isard Award for Best Dissertation in Peace Science by the Peace Science Society (International) for her dissertation “Risk or Retribution: The Micro-foundations of State Responses to Terror.”

Professor Michael Bechtel Published in Nature Climate Change

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Congratulations to Professor Michael Bechtel! His article (with Ken Scheve and Elisabeth van Lieshout) "Constant carbon pricing increases support for climate action compared to ramping up costs over time” was published in Nature Climate Change, a premier science journal.

Professor Taylor Carlson is awarded the SSRC Social Data Research Fellowship

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Congratulations to Professor Taylor Carlson! She has been awarded the SSRC Social Data Research Fellowship for her project “Leveraging User-Generated Social Media Content to Understand Misinformation in American Politics.”

Professor Steven Smith is Published in The Washington Post

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Professor Steven Smith's article, "Most Americans Expect Cheating in the November Elections," is published in The Washington Post.