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New Job Opportunities

May 31, 2022

CU Boulder’s Strategic Relations and Communications CU Boulder’s Strategic Relations and Communications is looking for a Student Employee to join the Buff Info team as a student communication liaison. Buff Info answers general university-related inquiries via Live Chat, Phone and Email. Buff Info is a new team on campus and...

Carew Boulding

Carew Boulding, 2022 Seligson Prize Winner!

May 24, 2022

Congratulations to CU Political Science Professor Carew Boulding for winning the Seligson Prize from the Latin American Public Opinion Project (LAPOP) at Vanderbilt University! The Seligson prize was awarded to the best scholarly work of 2020 or 2021 that utilized LAPOP survey data. Carew won for her new book Voice...


Vietnam War Veteran Returns 50 Years Later for Commencement He Missed

April 25, 2022

"In 1968, Frank Webb (PolSci’68) earned a degree from CU Boulder but didn’t lay eyes on the diploma until 1971, when he returned home after serving in the Vietnam War. More than 50 years later, Webb is headed to Folsom Field Stadium to participate in something the war prevented him...


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Feb. 21, 2022

Summer 2022 Courses


Learning by Doing: Using an Undergraduate Research Lab to Promote Diversity and Inclusion

Feb. 3, 2022

Political Science Professor Sarah Sokhey and former CU undergrad, now a Ph.D. student in Political Science at Pittsburgh, Jeffrey Nonnemacher newest article about the STUDIO Undergraduate Research Lab has recently been published in PS. Abstract: Undergraduate research labs have long been recognized as having educational and professional benefits, but much...


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,...


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