Dr. T.Y. Wang, University Professor and chair of the Department of Politics and Government, was invited by the Center for Social Research of Peking University in Beijing, China, to discuss Taiwan citizens’ voting behavior.
Seven faculty members of the Department of Politics and Government received recognition for their exemplary service to the department during the pandemic.
On April 28, Assistant Professor Michael Hendricks and Assistant Professor Jordan Arellanes (Department of Psychology) published their peer-reviewed manuscript in Teaching of Psychology.
Dr. Julie Webber of Politics and Government published an encyclopedia entry that described her contributions to curriculum theorizing.
About 25 faculty and staff of the Department and the College of Arts and Science (CAS), as well as emeritus faculty members, attended a virtual celebration event for Dr. Nancy Lind’s retirement on April 23.
Grayson Bourke, a second-year applied community and economic development (ACED) sequence graduate student in the Department of Politics and Government was selected to receive a University Club Scholarship.
Sohel Rana, a graduate student in the Department, will join the PhD program in Political Science program at Indiana University Bloomington with a full scholarship in Fall 2021.
Distinguished Professor Ali Riaz spoke at a webinar on the responses and implications of COVID-19 on the Muslim world.
Dr. Michael Hendricks presented his research on April 6 at the International Studies Association’s annual conference, which was held virtually.
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