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Spring 2020 Faculty interview: Dr. John Mollenkopf

Spring 2020 Faculty interview: Dr. John Mollenkopf

Dr. John Mollenkopf is a Distinguished Professor of Political Science and Sociology, directs the Center for Urban Research, and chairs the public policy subfield in…

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Spring 2020 Student interview: Alison Parks

Spring 2020 Student interview: Alison Parks

Alison Parks is a Ph.D. candidate in Political Theory. She was awarded the American Association of University Women (AAUW) American fellowship for the 2019-20 academic…

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Spring 2020 Student interview: Abby Dobson

Spring 2020 Student interview: Abby Dobson

Abby Dobson is a second-year M.A. student in Political Theory. While enrolled in the M.A. program she has also been working full time as a…

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Spring 2020 Alum interview: Jacqueline A. Ross

Spring 2020 Alum interview: Jacqueline A. Ross

Jacqueline A. Ross (M.A., 2019) is a Doctor of Philosophy Student at the School of Sociology, Politics, and International Studies at Bristol College in England….

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Spring 2020 Alum interview: Patricia Stapleton

Spring 2020 Alum interview: Patricia Stapleton

Patricia Stapleton (Ph.D., 2012) is a comparative political science and public policy scholar at RAND Corporation; her research focus is on the regulation of biotechnology…

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Student News: Spring 2020

Student News: Spring 2020

Featured Student News from our Spring 2020 department newsletter, Homo Politicus. Access the newsletter archive here. Andrés Besserer (level II) published “Why School Securitization Fails. Lessons…

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Alum News: Spring 2020

Alum News: Spring 2020

Featured Alum News from our Spring 2020 department newsletter, Homo Politicus. Access the newsletter archive here. Bruce Altschuler (Ph.D., 1980) published Lights, Camera, Execution! Cinematic Portrayals…

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Faculty News: Spring 2020

Faculty News: Spring 2020

Featured Faculty News from our Spring 2020 department newsletter, Homo Politicus. Access the newsletter archive here. Professor George Andreopoulos was invited to speak on the “Use,…

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