Saaz Taher and Daniela Heimpel share their experience as APSA Centennial Center Scholars, and how a grant from the Alma Ostrom and Leah Hopkins Awan Civic Education Fund supported their project, “The Challenges of Pluralism.” […]
The E. E. Schattschneider prize is awarded annually for the best doctoral dissertation completed and accepted during that year or the previous year in the field of American government. The Recipient is Danielle Thomsen, Duke […]
The #APSA2004 Annual Meeting took place at the Palmer House Hilton in Chicago, Ill. Below are some highlights of the awards program.
Daniel P. Aldrich of Northeastern University, Thomas A. Birkland of North Carolina State University, Rob A. DeLeo of Bentley University, and Jason S. Enia of Sam Houston State University lead the Hazards, Disasters & Crises Group. This […]
APSA’s most recent research support symposium, held at the 2015 Annual Meeting, informed members of funding opportunities available from a range of resources and included practical tips for successful grant writing. The symposium included speakers […]
Dr. Chad Raymond reflects on his experiences at several past APSA’s Teaching & Learning Conferences. Dr. Raymond is an Associate Professor of Political Science and International Relations at Salve Regina University where he teaches […]
On behalf of the American Political Science Association, Jennifer Hochschild, David Lake, Rodney Hero, and Steve Smith write to His Excellency Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, President of the Arab Republic of Egypt, to express deepest concern […]
Jennifer Piscopo shares her experience as an APSA Small Research Grant recipient and how the program supported her research project on “Gendering Legislative Institutions: Committees and Caucuses in Argentina and Mexico.” I am really grateful to the APSA’s […]