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Get Involved in PoliSci - Zoom Recording

Sept. 8, 2020

On Friday, September 4th, the Political Science Department held a remote Zoom event to discuss topics such as: Election events with the Political Science Club Internships with the STUDIO Research Lab Political Science Honors Society American Politics Research Lab Keller Center for the Study of the 1st Amendment Publishing with...

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Compromise in an Era of Party Polarization

Aug. 31, 2020

Americans are deeply divided along partisan lines. The disagreements between Democrats and Republicans are not just ideological, but also social. Friends are unfriended on social media for their political rants. Political arguments threaten the harmony of Thanksgiving gatherings. The partisan divides among Americans are thought to fuel gridlock in Washington,...

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Get Involved in Political Science Event

Aug. 31, 2020

Win a $100 Amazon Gift Card! Get Involved in Political Science A Remote Zoom Event Tune in to learn about:  Election events with the Political Science Club  Internships with the STUDIO Research Lab  Political Science Honors Society  American Politics Research Lab  Keller Center for the...

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Political Science Club Information Session

Aug. 28, 2020

The CU Political Science club will be holding an information session to write a club constitution! If you are unable to attend, the meeting will be recorded & shared after the meeting. Thursday, September 3@ 5 p.m. MT Email Damon Roberts ( damon.roberts-1@colorado.edu ) to RSVP

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Political Science Club Wants You!

Aug. 7, 2020

Interested in building a community with other Political Science Majors? The Political Science Club is looking for new members. If you would like to work with others to create an inclusive environment to discuss politics and current events, organize and participate in activities (like election watch parties), connect more with...

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New PSCI Augmester Course: Intro to American Politics!

June 25, 2020

Need credits? Political Science has a new Augmester course! PSCI 1101-050 Introduction to American Politics M-F 12:30-3:30 PM (taught remotely) Instructor: Christopher Jorde Course Description: The Trump presidency has been nothing if not polarizing. To some his election represented “draining the swamp” of corrupt Washington politicians and to others it...

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Still looking for a Term B course? Check out PSCI 2004: Western Political Thought

May 19, 2020

Modern Political Ideologies Summer Term B 12:45 pm-2:20 pm MST* Instructor: Kimberly Killen In Modern Political Ideologies, we will interrogate what we know about liberalism, socialism, conservatism, fascism, and anarchism. From John Locke to Karl Marx, feminism to #BlackLives Matter, we will engage in close readings and in-depth discussion to...

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Still looking for a Term B course? Check out PSCI 2106: Intro to Public Policy Analysis

May 19, 2020

Political Science Intro to Public Policy Analysis PSCI 2106 3 semester hours, Section 200, Summer Term B : July 7 - August 7, M-F: 9:15 – 10:50* Instructor: Srinivas “ Chinnu” Parinandi, Assistant Professor of Political Science In this class, we explore and learn about the governmental and economic factors...

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PSCI Student Awarded Udall Scholarship

May 18, 2020

PSCI student and junior, Kelsey Grant, has been awarded the prestigious Udall Scholarship this year! Congratulations Kelsey! Kelsey advocates for climate change policies and environmental stewardship. Read more about Kelsey and about the Udall Scholarship in CU Boulder Today here .

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PSCI 4221: Political Psychology

April 17, 2020

Have you ever wondered why humans react to politics in certain ways? Would you like to learn more about how emotions, cognition, intergroup relationships, and even genetics affect the way we think about and process political stimuli? If so, take PSCI 4221: Political Psychology during summer term A. This class...

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