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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.

Professor William Nomikos Interviewed on Al Jazeera

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Professor William Nomikos spoke on Al Jazeera to discuss Mali, UN Peacekeeping, and his recent Washington Post piece: https://youtu.be/7fUBhu1wt2w

PhD Candidate Patrick Cunha Silva Paper Accepted in Party Politics

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Congratulations to PhD Candidate Patrick Cunha Silva! His third year paper, "Campaign Resources and Pre-Electoral Coalitions" has been accepted for publication in Party Politics.

Professor WIlliam Nomikos' Published in The Washington Post

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Professor William Nomikos and co-authors Melanie Sauter, Rob Williams, and Patrick Hunnicutt's article, "The military has ousted Mali’s president. That raises questions about the country’s ongoing security challenges," is published in the Washington Post.

Professor William Nomikos' Paper Featured in Princeton’s Empirical Studies of Conflict Working Paper Series

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Professor William Nomikos' latest research, Peacekeeping and the Enforcement of Intergroup Cooperation: Evidence from Mali, is featured in Princeton’s Empirical Studies of Conflict working paper series: https://esoc.princeton.edu/WP20

Professors Margit Tavits and Deniz Aksoy and PhD Candidate William O’Brochta Publish in British Journal of Political Science

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Congratulations to Professors Margit Tavits and Deniz Aksoy and PhD Candidate William O’Brochta! Their article “Western Political Rhetoric and Radicalization” is now forthcoming in the British Journal of Political Science.

PhD Candidate Luwei Ying Paper Accepted at Journal of Conflict Resolution

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Congratulation to PhD Candidate Luwei Ying! Her paper, "How State Presence Leads to Civil Conflict" has been accepted for publication at the Journal of Conflict Resolution.

PhD Candidates Luwei Ying and Erin Rossiter Win PolMeth Best Poster Award

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Congratulations to PhD Candidates Luwei Ying and Erin Rossiter! Their posters, which were presented at PolMeth's annual conference, won the PolMeth best applied graduate student poster award.

Professor David Carter and PhD Candidate Luwei Accepted at Journal of Conflict Resolution

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Professor David Carter and Ph.D. student Luwei Ying have published a paper, "The Gravity of Transnational Terrorism", in the Journal of Conflict Resolution.

Professor Carly Wayne Wins Dissertation Award

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Professor Carly Wayne won the International Society of Political Psychology's Best Dissertation Award for her work on the micro-foundations of responses to terrorism.