As the House of Representatives considers an appropriations package (H.R. 3354) that includes funding for the National Science Foundation, a proposed amendment threatens to reduce social science funding at NSF. To contact your Member of […]
Where Are the Women? An Analysis of Gender Mainstreaming in Introductory Political Science Textbooks By Amy L. Atchison, Valparaiso University Textbook content is a powerful indicator of what is and is not considered important in […]
Maricruz Osorio (MFP 2017-18) graduated from Knox College, where she was a McNair Fellow and completed two research projects on the topics of race, social justice, and intergroup dialogue. She is currently a graduate student at […]
Review of Sexual Minorities and Politics: An Introduction By Kevin G. Lorentz II, Wayne State University Increasingly referred to as the “new Civil Rights Movement,” the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community’s social and political […]
Faculty Salaries: Salaries for political science faculty decreased in all measured categories between academic year 2014-2015 and 2015-2016, according to the 2015-2016 APSA Departmental Survey. Both salary amounts and the degree of change varied by […]
Teresa Yolotl Gomez has recently graduated from San Jose State University with a BA in political science and a minor in Spanish. Teresa is planning to apply to PhD programs in political science this fall. She […]
View photos from Saturday’s 2017 Annual Meeting events in San Francisco.
View the photo highlights from Friday, September 1 events and sessions at the APSA Annual Meeting in San Francisco.