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Students work to prepare Boulder County for next environmental disaster

Dec. 11, 2018

An alumni of the Political Science Graduate Program, Lev Szentkiralyi, was recently higlighted in CU Boulder Today regarding a service-learning class he taught in the Fall of 2018. The class is designed to engage students in the preparation of the next disaster to strike the Boulder area and how to...


Hear What it is Like to be a Senior in Political Science

Dec. 7, 2018

From a young age, Jeffrey Nonnemacher, now a senior at the University of Colorado, Boulder, has always had a fascination with politics. “There’s a fun story of me staying up until midnight in 2004, as a seven-year-old, watching the electoral map fill in on CNN and waiting for Missouri,” Nonnemacher...


Hear What it is Like to Study Abroad From the Perspective of a Student

Studying abroad can change a college experience. Many factors play into whether studying abroad is the right choice for a student, and for Maddie Chandler, a Political Science and History major in her final year at CU, it was the experience she needed. For her junior year spring semester, Chandler...


PSCI Student Becomes Rhodes Scholar

Nov. 19, 2018

Serene Singh, who is a Senior in Political Science and Journalism is among 32 Americans to receive a 2019 Rhodes scholarship to study at Oxford University in England. She has become the first Sikh American woman to receive the award in the country. Congratulations Serene! Read more from the Daily...

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The Daily Camera & Times-Call Salute The 2018 Multicultural Award Winners

Oct. 24, 2018

Congratulations to Ann Scarritt, a recipient of the 2018 Multicultural Award sponsored by the Boulder County Community Action Programs. The award recognizes members of the Boulder community who “cross the bridge and join together in celebrating cultural diversity.” Ann was recognized for her work at CU Boulder, within the Boulder...


Listen to Professor Ken Bickers speak about the upcoming election.

Oct. 17, 2018

PSCI's Professor Ken Bickers spoke Kyra Buckley on KUNC about the upcoming election and what may be at stake for Colorado, and the choices for congress. You can read the full article here, Or listen to the interview here.

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Professor Sarah Sokhey wins Ed A Hewett Book Prize

Oct. 10, 2018

Professor Sarah Sokhey's book, The Political Economy of Pension Policy Reversal in Post-Communist Countries (Cambridge University Press)), won the Ed A Hewett Book Prize for outstanding publication on the political economy of Russia, Eurasia and/or Eastern Europe from the Association for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES). Click here...

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Professor Anand Sokhey talks about polarization in the United States on eTown's PurpleState podcast

Oct. 9, 2018

Dr. Anand Sokhey sat down with Nick Forster and Jean Dubofsky for the eTown's PurpleState podcast. Listen to it here .


“Us Too!” – The Rise Of Middle-Class Populism In Sweden And Beyond

Oct. 4, 2018

Professor Sven Steinmo has just written a new online publication (co-authored with Bo Rothstein) which argues that the Left’s “Identity Politics” help explain the rise of populism in Europe (and America?). Read the article.


Feelings of Political Efficacy in the Fifty States

Sept. 12, 2018

Professor Jennifer Wolak just published an article in The Political Behavior. It can be found here.