Call for Submissions: the Political Science Educator

Call for Submissions: the Political Science Educator

Faculty and graduate students are encouraged to submit teaching and learning related short articles to the Political Science Educator, the newsletter of the APSA Political Science Education section. Submissions should be between 1000 and 1500 words and should be submitted via email to the Newsletter editors by December 1 for the Fall/Winter Newsletter.

The purpose of the newsletter is to inform the section as to the section happenings, teaching and learning innovations, and reflections on teaching within the discipline. Review of resources, technology/digital information, and “how to” articles are also welcome; as well as book, movie, software reviews relevant to teaching political science.

If you have questions about submissions, please contact Colin Brown (Northeastern University) and Matt Evans (Northwest Arkansas Community College) at

Submissions from graduate students and community college faculty are especially welcome!

About the Political Science Educator

For three decades the PSE has served as a space for political scientists to engage in higher education discussion, share classroom activities and resources, highlight teaching professional development opportunities and best practices, and keep up with the latest trends in social science education. Our diverse community includes high school educators, PhD candidates, college librarians, community college faculty, teaching and learning administrators, research faculty, and the immediate past APSA President.

View the latest Fall 2022 issue on APSA Educate.

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