The American Political Science Association welcomes the appointment of Dr. Arthur Lupia as the assistant director of the National Science Foundation’s Directorate for the Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences (SBE). He is the Hal R. […]
Last week, many news outlets, monitoring agencies, and APSA members noted developing events following the failed coup attempt in Turkey, often with growing alarm. Per APSA’s Guide to Professional Ethics, Rights and Freedoms, we have […]
Last week, many APSA members wrote to us and brought attention to current developments in Turkey, where scholars – including scholars of politics – signing a petition calling on the Turkish government to end military […]
Dr. Philip Graham Ryken, President Wheaton College Blanchard Hall 501 College Avenue Wheaton, IL 60187 Dear President Ryken: It is with great concern that we write regarding the status of a political scientist and member […]
The federal government currently has a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) open regarding potential changes to the common rule on protections of human subjects. These rules would affect many but not all political scientists in […]
We pulled a few photos from Thursday’s events. Enjoy.
We asked Beverly Scott her thoughts about receiving the Hubert H. Humphrey Award. Watch the video below to find out what she said. You can also watch the video shown at the awards reception Wednesday night. […]
We pulled a few photos from today’s events. It includes awards, short courses, meetings and other candid shots from around the convention.