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Prof. Christopher Lucas to be Published at the Annual Review of Political Science

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Professor Christopher Lucas' article "Testing Causal Theories with Learned Proxies" will be published in the May Annual Review of Political Science.

Prof. Carly Wayne Published in International Organization

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Professor Carly Wayne's article, "Hawkish Biases and Group Decision Making," has been published in International Organizations.

All hands on deck for graduate placement

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Graduate students in political science have recently seen remarkable outcomes on the academic job market, earning multiple interviews and offers and accepting excellent placements. One key to the success of the highly ranked graduate program is a team-based approach to mentoring and navigating the job market.

Professor Frank Lovett Publishes Article in Politics, Philosophy & Economics

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Professor Frank Lovett and co-author Sean Ingham (UCSD) published their article, "Domination and democratic legislation" in Politics, Philosophy & Economics.

Professor Will Nomikos Published in the Journal of Politics

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Professor Will Nomikos published his article, "Peacekeeping and the Enforcement of Intergroup Cooperation: Evidence from Mali" in the Journal of Politics.

Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Guillermo Rosas

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Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Sunita Parikh

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It’s Not Just What You Say But How You Say It

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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

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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

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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

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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

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PhD Candidate Ben Noble's paper, "Energy versus safety: unilateral action, voter welfare, and executive accountability" is published in Political Science Research and Methods.