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Political Scientist or Politician: Why Not Be Both?

Political Scientist or Politician: Why Not Be Both? by David Redlawsk, University of Delaware Political scientists are supposed to be “scientists” which for many academics suggests standing apart from the political fray in order to study […]

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Assessing an Undergraduate Curriculum: The Evolving Roles of Subfields, Methods, Ethics, and Writing for Government Majors

Assessing an Undergraduate Curriculum: The Evolving Roles of Subfields, Methods, Ethics, and Writing for Government Majors by Andrew A. Szarejko and Matthew E. Carnes, both of Georgetown University In this article, Andrew Szarejko and Matthew Carnes share […]

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A Political Scientist Runs for School Board

A Political Scientist Runs for School Board by Robert Maranto, University of Arkansas In theory, citizens hold public schools accountable through elections and other democratic processes. In practice, political scientist and moderate Republican Robert Maranto […]

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Bringing the Hill Home: Teaching Undergraduates about Congress

Bringing the Hill Home: Teaching Undergraduates about Congress by Thomas Ringenberg, Rockhurst University The Congressional Fellowship provides scholars of Congress with the opportunity for hands on experience in the exciting atmosphere of Capitol Hill. This real-world […]