All in-person presentations and events are canceled through the end of the spring 2020 semester. PSRW will continue in an online format.
Pizza & Politics
Tuesday, January 14 at 8:30 pm in WALC 3122
Political Science and Comm majors: Join the Political Science Department and the Center for C-SPAN Scholarship & Engagement for the Democratic Presidential Debate. Enjoy pizza and discussion before and after the debate. Read more about a past Pizza & Politics event here.
PSRW | Political Science Research Workshops
Subject to change | For more information, please contact Logan Strother.
1:30 - 2:30 p.m. Beering 2243 - Political Science Conference Room
January 17: Jasmine Jackson, paper: “Typical or Stereotypical? The Influence of Stereotypes on the Media’s Coverage of Candidates”
January 24: Swati Srivastava, paper: “Not Just a Social Network: Facebook’s Global Scandals and Political Responsibility”
January 31: MJ Strawbridge and Rosie Clawson, paper: “Black and White Images of Crime and Violence on St. Louis Local Television News”
February 6: Mark Lubell (UC-Davis)
February 14: Nagisa Ishinabe, paper: “Quantifying Climate-Induced Migration and Displacement”
February 21: Scott Feld (Sociology), paper: “Paradox of Term Length and Age for the Supreme Court”
February 28: Mintao Nie, paper: “Separating the Wheat from the Chaff: IGO’s Adoption of NGO Information”
March 6: Cecelia Lynch (UC Irvine)
March 13: Jonathan Dobben, paper: “The Economic Effect of Joining NATO in Eastern Europe”
March 20: NO SEMINAR: Spring Break
March 27: Graduate Student Mock Conference Panel
April 3: Kyle Haynes, paper: “After Insolvency: Retrenchment and Reconciliation during Great Power Decline”
April 10: Lejla Dervisivec, paper: “NGO-Corporate Nexus: The Effects of Private Partnerships on Reconfiguration of Authority in IR” Online event
April 17: NO SEMINAR
April 24: Andrew Kydd (Wisconsin) - Event Canceled
May 1: Simone Chambers (UC Irvine) - Event Canceled