APSA

Career Encounters: David Richmond

David Richmond is the Department Chair of the Social Studies Department at Centennial High School in Bakersfield, Calif. My first contact with political science was Watergate and I was 13 years old and I wanted […]

Annual Conference

Research Support Symposium: Monica Clark

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 […]

APSA

Simulating the Bargaining Model of War

by Kyle Haynes This article outlines a classroom simulation for teaching the bargaining model of war. This model has become one of the most important theories of international conflict, but the technical notation often used to […]

People

Career Encounters: Kate Maehr

Kate Maehr is currently the Executive Director and CEO of the Greater Chicago Food Depository. What I concentrated on within the sort of the realm of public policy was looking at nonprofit organizations and, in […]