Dania

Figueroa Family Fellowship Winner!

Jan. 25, 2022

Congratulations are due to Dania Arayssi, for her receipt of the Figueroa Family Fellowship. This fellowship is awarded to Dania in recognition of her commitment to the achievement of a diverse student body and her work in improving the state of our world and its people. In offering this award,...

Molina

Decentralization Can Increase Cooperation Among Public Officials

Nov. 10, 2021

PhD Candidate Adriana Molina Garzón is lead author of the article, “Decentralization Can Increase Cooperation among Public Officials“ published in the American Journal of Political Science and recently featured in the Colorado Arts and Sciences Magazine . ABSTRACT Collective action among public officials is necessary for the effective delivery of...

Zoe Moss

Congratulations to PhD Student Zoe Moss on Her Fellowship!

June 22, 2021

Congratulations are due to Zoe Moss for her receipt of the Summer Fellowship through the Center for Humanities & the Arts. The CHA Summer Fellowship is designed for graduate students conducting research in the humanities and the arts during the summer months who do not already receive university-sponsored funding. Excellence...

research

STUDIO research lab for Fall 2021

May 17, 2021

FOR UNDERGRADS : Students can now apply for the STUDIO research lab for fall 2021 . A flyer is attached, and the application is due Tuesday, June 1st for students to start participating in fall 2021. Students with federal work study awards are encouraged to apply (but work study is...

Shake

Decentralization Can Increase Cooperation among Public Officials

May 5, 2021

PhD Candidate Adriana Molina Garzon and Dr. Krister P. Andersson have had their article "Decentralization Can Increase Cooperation among Public Officials" published in early view for the American Journal of Political Science . ABSTRACT Collective action among public officials is necessary for the effective delivery of many social services, but...

Pavel

From xbox to the ballot box? The influence of leisure activities on political engagement and vote choice

April 13, 2021

PhD Candidate Pavel Bacovsky has had his article, “From xbox to the ballot box? The influence of leisure activities on political engagement and vote choice“ published in the Journal of Information Technology & Politics . ABSTRACT How does engagement in leisure activities, such as playing videogames, affect political behavior and...

Winners

Congratulations to GIPS Paper Prize awardees Matthew Harvey, Brendan Connell and Hannah Paul!

Jan. 12, 2021

Congratulations to Matthew Harvey, Brendan Connell, and Hannah Paul on their GIPS Paper Prize awards! The Graduates in Political Science (GIPS) Paper Prize is a department-level prize designed to provide graduate student participants with funding and feedback on their ongoing research projects. The goal of the GIPS Paper Prize is...

boyce

Congratulations to PhD Candidate Christina Boyes on Her Fellowships!

Dec. 8, 2020

Congratulations are due to Christina Boyes for her receipt of the Oskar Morgenstern Fellowship and the Don Lavoie Fellowship. Both are competitive fellowships for students interested in political economy and provide an introduction to key questions and themes in the Austrian, Virginia, and Bloomington schools of political economy as well...

Erkan

Graduate Part-Time Instructor Appreciation Award: Congratulations to Erkan Gunes!

Nov. 6, 2020

Congratulations to Erkan Gunes, winner of the Graduate Part-Time Instructor Award! This award is granted in recognition of how Erkan has risen to the challenges presented by teaching during the pandemic. His online offerings through Continuing Education this semester of PSCI 3062 – Revolution and Political Violence and PSCI 4012...

United Nations

Congratulations Professor Megan Shannon

Sept. 18, 2020

Professor Shannon was featured in CU Boulder Today in an article as the co-author of the book "Good news: U.N. peacekeepers do, in fact, reduce conflict". The Political Science department would like to congratulate her and encourage you to read the full article here Don't forget to check out his...

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