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Professor Hayward Publishes in the Journal of Politics

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Congratulations to Professor Clarissa Rile Hayward for publishing her article, " Disruption: What Is It Good For?", in the Journal of Politics.

Prof. Crisp, Prof. Gabel, & Former Graduate Students Publish in American Political Science Review

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Congratulations to Professor Brian Crisp, Professor Matthew Gabel, and former graduate students, Caitlin Ainsley, Clifford Carrubba, Betul Demirkaya, and Dino Hazdic for publishing their article, "Roll Call Vote Selection: Implications for the Study of Legislative Politics" in the forthcoming American Political Science Review.

Professor Reeves and PhD Student Write Article for Washington Post

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Congratulations to Professor Andrew Reeves and PhD student, David Miller, for writing an article for The Washington Post's Monkey Cage.

Professor Nomikos Publishes in International Peacekeeping

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Congratulations to Professor William Nomikos for publishing an article in Internation Peacekeeping.

Professor Reeves and PhD Student Publish in Political Behavior

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Congratulations to Professor Andrew Reeves and PhD student, Bryant Moy, on publishing their work in Political Behavior.

Talking politics: The surprising consequences of innocent conversation

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In an era of worries over fake news, who can be trusted? Taylor Carlson studies the effects of interpersonal political communication, especially on social media.

PhD Candidate Luwei Ying Wins MPSA Pi Sigma Alpha Award

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Congratulations to PhD candidate Luwei Ying! Her paper, "Govern the Ungoverned: How State Presence Leads to Civil Conflict" has won the Pi Sigma Alpha Award. The Pi Sigma Alpha Award is an award for the best paper presented at the annual MPSA conference, and is sponsored by Pi Sigma Alpha, the national political science honor society.

PhD Candidate David Miller Writes Article For Political Science Now

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Congratulations to PhD candidate David Miller. His article, "Late to the Party (Nomination)" How Primary Election Timing Disadvantages Missouri Voters" has been posted in Political Science Now.

Professor Tavits Named William Taussig Professor in Art & Sciences

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We are pleased to announce that Margit Tavits has been named the William Taussig Professor in Arts & Sciences. This endowed chair is in recognition of Margit’s standing as an outstanding and innovative international scholar. A formal installation ceremony will be held in the 2020-21 academic year.

Professor Carter Publishes in International Organization

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Congratulations to Professor David Carter and co-author, Paul Poast, for publishing their article " Barriers to Trade: How Border Walls Affect Trade Relations" in International Organization.

PhD Candidate Luwei Ying Wins MPSA Best Paper Award

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Congratulations to PhD candidate Luwei Ying! Her paper, "Govern the Ungoverned: How State Presence Leads to Civil Conflict" has been chosen as the winner of the Best Paper in International Relations Award following the 2019 MPSA Annual Conference. Additionally, her paper has been nominated for consideration by the Pi Sigma Alpha Award committee which recognizes the best paper from the conference overall.

Professor Tavits and Former/Current Graduate Students Paper Accepted at APSR

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Congratulations to Professor Margit Tavits, PhD graduate Jonathan Homola, and PhD candidate Miguel Pereira! Their paper, "Legacies of the Third Reich: Concentration Camps and Outgroup Intolerance" has been accepted for publication in the American Political Science Review.