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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 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.

Deniz Aksoy and PhD Graduate Paper Forthcoming in European Union Politics

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Congratulations to Deniz Aksoy and PhD graduate, Dino Hadzic! Their paper, "Political Institutions and Collective Attachments" is forthcoming in European Union Politics.

Professor Tavits and Former/Current Graduate Students Win an APSA Award

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“Legacies of the Third Reich: Concentration Camps and Outgroup Intolerance” has won the Sage Best Paper Award.

PhD Candidate Miguel Pereira's Article Forthcoming at Electoral Studies

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Congratulations to PhD Candidate Miguel Pereira! His article, "Do Parties Respond Strategically to Opinion Polls? Evidence from Campaign Statements," has been accepted at Electoral Studies.

PhD Candidate Miguel Pereira's Article Forthcoming at JOP

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Congratulations to PhD Candidate Miguel Pereira! His article, "Responsive Campaigning: Evidence from European Parties," has been accepted at the Journal of Politics.

PhD Candidates Miguel Pereira & Nicholas Waterbury Article Accepted at Political Research Quarterly

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Congratulations to PhD candidates Miguel Pereira and Nicholas Waterbury! Their paper, "Do Voters Discount Political Scandals Over Time?" has been accepted for publication at Political Research Quarterly.

Jeong Hyun Kim Accepts a Tenure Track Position

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Graduate student, Jeong Hyun Kim, has accepted a tenure track position in political science at Louisiana State University.

Jeong Hyun Kim Accepts a Tenure Track Position

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Graduate student, Jeong Hyun Kim, has accepted a tenure track position in political science at Louisiana State University.

Jonathan Homola Accepts a Tenure Track Position

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Graduate student, Jonathan Homola, has accepted a tenure track position in the political science department at Rice University.