Tax

"Trump’s tax proposals are wildly out of sync with what most Americans would do, our new study shows" by Sven Steinmo

Sept. 20, 2017

Professor Sven Steinmo and his colleagues, John D’Attoma and Kim-Lee Tuxhorn (recent PhD from CU Political Science) just published an article in the Washington Post blog, The Monkey Cage. It can be found here :Read more »
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Anand Sokhey in "Roger Stone Says There Could be an 'Insurrection'"

Sept. 18, 2017

Research at CU One of our associate professors, Anand Sokhey, contributed to an article published last week in the Washington Post. Sokhey, along with several other political science professors, argue through their reseach against Roger Stone's claim that a real threat to impeach President Trump would spark revolts. In anaylyzing... Read more »
San Luis Valley

When farmers must pay for groundwater, they cut use by a third

June 23, 2017

Published: June 22, 2017 • By Lisa Marshall A farm in the San Luis Valley. (Courtesy: Kelsey Cody) With record high temperatures scorching the Southwest this week, farmers were quickly reminded of the severe droughts that threatened their crops and livelihood in recent years. How will they manage increasingly scarce... Read more »
Zarychta

2017 Leonard D. White Award Winner

June 16, 2017

Political Science Ph.D. Recipient at CU Boulder The Political Science Department would like to congratulate Alan Zarychta in receiving the 2017 Leonard D. White Award from the American Political Science Association .This award is given to the best dissertation in the public administration field defended within the last two years... Read more »
Shin

2017 APSA Best Dissertation Award in the Migration and Citizenship Section

June 1, 2017

The Political Science Department would like to congratulate our own Professor Adrian Shin. Shin's dissertation received the 2017 APSA Best Dissertation Award in the Migration and Citizenship Section. His dissertation was viewed by a committee member as “an ambitious, big picture project. His central argument - that ‘natural resource wealth... Read more »
Macedonia

This is why the West should pay attention to the drama in Macedonia

May 30, 2017

In the piece published in the Washington Post Monkey Cage, Professor Sarah Sokhey in conjunction with a current undergrad from Macedonia, Danilo Gjukovikj, analyze the Western implications of the unfolding drama in the Balkan country of Macedonia. One of Professor Sarah Sokhey's areas of focus in her research is Eastern... Read more »
Passmore

2016 Horowitz Foundation for Social Policy Grant Winner

May 25, 2017

Graduate Student in Political Science The Department of Political Science would like to congratulate Ph.D candidate Tim Passmore on his receiving the Horowitz Foundation for Social Policy grant of 2016. Passmore was one of 20 to receive this national grant out of 670 applicants. In addition to this grant, he... Read more »
Joby Schaffer

LAPOP 2017 Inaugural Seligson Prize Winner

May 25, 2017

Graduate Student in Political Science The Department of Political Science would like to congratulate Ph.D candidate Joby Schaffer on receiving the 2017 Inaugural Seligson Prize from Latin American Public Opinion Project (LAPOP). Both Schaffer and his co-author Andy Baker, an Associate Professor at CU, received high praise for their publication... Read more »
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2017 Bartkus Family Scholarship Winner

May 15, 2017

Political Science Student Assistant The Political Science Department would like to congratulate Casey Van Divier on receiving the 2017 Bartkus Family Scholarship . This scholarship was created by Tony Bartkus, who was inspired by his son Dale Bartkus, an educator, to give back to the community. Casey, a sophomore at... Read more »
VanEK

PSCI Van Ek Award Winner 2017

May 10, 2017

Congratulations to Louis Vazquez on winning the PSCI Van Ek Award. Here is a little bit of information on this award winning student! As a political science major, I have a passion for the mechanisms that shape the world we live in. I have devoted my time and efforts to... Read more »

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