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...

CU in Dc

Hello! Are you interested in learning more about the CU in D.C. program?

Sept. 7, 2021

Mari Shilling from The Washington Center (TWC), will be on campus this month to take your questions and tell you about living and studying in D.C. See the details below: What? CU in D.C. and Education Abroad will be hosting Mari Shilling from TWC. Mari will be available to answer...

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...

Sarah Sokey Bulletin Board

Professor Sokhey's Bulletin Board

June 17, 2021

Click here to view Porofessor Sokhey's bulletin board which highlights important events and deadlines for certain political science activities and opportunities. Professor Sokhey's Bulletin Board

Biden and Putin

Dr. Sarah Sokhey on Biden/Putin Meeting

June 16, 2021

Dr. Sokhey specializes in comparative politics and political economy with a regional focus on the post-communist countries of Eastern Europe, Russia, and Central Asia. Click here to hear her discuss the Biden/Putin meeting on KOA news Radio. KOA news Radio


Judicial Branch of CU Student Government

May 27, 2021

The Judicial Branch is an incredible way for us as undergrads to use logical reasoning and analysis, both skills that are very useful for law school and beyond. In the Court, Justices have the ability to hold Court hearings, write opinions, review governing documents, and much more. It truly is...


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...


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...

Clara Park

Congratulations Clara Park

April 26, 2021

Dr. Clara Park was one of 21 faculty and staff members recognized this year for the positive impact they have made on their students through the Marinus Smith Awards. Overall, over 35 nominations were received from students and their families. The Marinus Smith Awards are presented each spring to faculty...

Joris Alawoe

Congratulations Joris Alawoe

April 22, 2021

Joris Alawoe, a CU Boulder junior majoring in political science, has been named a prestigious Truman Scholar, an honor that includes $30,000 for graduate study at an institution of his choice. Each scholar also receives leadership training, career counseling, and special internship and fellowship opportunities within the federal government. Read...