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Prof. Margit Tavits & PhD Candidate Dino Hadzic's Article Accepted at the Journal of Politics

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Congratulations to Professor Margit Tavits and PhD Candidate Dino Hadzic! Their article, "The Gendered Effects of Violence on Political Engagement," has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Politics.

PhD Candidate Erin Rossiter Wins Methodology Award

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Congratulations to PhD candidate Erin Rossiter! Her poster, "Measuring Agenda-Setting Power in Political Discourse," was awarded one of the 2019 Society for Political Methodology Poster Awards for the best methods poster presented by a graduate student.

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.

Prof. David Carter's Article Accepted in The Journal of Politics

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Congratulations to Professor David Carter! His article, "Places to Hide: Terrain, Ethnicity and Civil Conflict," co-written by Andrew Shaver and Austin Wright, has been accepted for publication at Journal for Politics.

Prof. Matt Gabel & PhD Graduate Dalston Ward's Article Accepted in The Journal of Politics

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Congratulations to Professor Matt Gabel and recent PhD graduate Dalston Ward! Their paper, "Judicial Review Timing and Legislative Posturing: Reconsidering the Moral Hazard Problem," has been accepted to be published in The Journal of Politics.

PhD Candidates, Joan Barcelo and Elena Labzina, Paper Accepted at BJPS

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Congratulations to PhD Candidates, Joan Barcelo and Elena Labzina!  Their paper,  Do Islamic State's Deadly Attacks Disengage, Deter, or Mobilize Supporters?" was accepted at the British Journal of Political Science.

Politics Over Process: Partisan Conflict and Post-Passage Processes in the U.S. Congress

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Hong Min Park, Steven S. Smith, and Ryan J. Vander Wielen document the dramatic changes in intercameral resolution that have occurred over recent decades, and examine the various considerations made by the chambers when determining the manner in which the House and Senate pursue conciliation.

Prof. Andrew Reeves Wins Delores K. Kennedy Award

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Congratulations to Professor Andrew Reeves! The First Year Center presented him with the Delores K. Kennedy Award.

PhD Candidate Michelle Torres Wins Award

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Congratulations to Ph.D. candidate Michelle Torres!  She has been selected to receive a 2018 Association of Women Faculty Graduate Student Award.

PhD Candidate Michelle Torres Wins Award

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Congratulations to Ph.D. candidate Michelle Torres!  She has been selected to receive a 2018 Association of Women Faculty Graduate Student Award.

Graduate Ryan Vander Wielen Chosen as APSA Congressional Fellow

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2006 Graduate Ryan Vander Wielen (Associate Professor, Temple University) has been chosen to be one of the APSA Congressional Fellows for next season. Congratulations Ryan!

Prof. Michael Bechtel's Paper Published in PNAS

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Why has economic inequality risen dramatically over the past few decades even in democracies where individuals could vote for more redistribution? We experimentally study how individuals respond to inequality and find that subjects generally take from richer and give to poorer individuals.