One of the many important roles of the American Political Science Association (APSA) is recognizing excellence in the political science profession. The APSA makes awards for the best dissertations, papers and articles, and books in […]
Support APSA programs and diversity in the profession on #GivingTuesday (November 28, 2017), a global day for giving back! APSA is committed to advancing outstanding scholarship, especially as the discipline seeks to better our understanding […]
The Lowi Award recognizes the author of a first book in any field of political science that exemplifies qualities of broad ambition, high originality, and intellectual daring, showing promise of having a substantive impact on […]
The Robert A. Dahl Award is awarded annually to an untenured scholar who has produced scholarship of the highest quality on the subject of democracy. The award comes with a prize of $750. Non-ladder faculty […]
Through APSA’s Centennial Center for Political Science and Public Affairs, the Kenneth Sherrill Prize recognizes the best doctoral dissertation proposal for an empirical study of lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender (LGBT) topics in political science. […]
Did you see a great paper presented at the 2016 APSA Annual Meeting? Submit it for the 2017 Franklin L. Burdette/Pi Sigma Alpha Award by Monday, February 13! The Burdette Award, supported by Pi Sigma Alpha, […]
View a few photos from today’s annual meeting events. It includes awards, short courses, meetings and other candid shots from around the convention.
The Theodore J. Lowi First Book Award recognizes the author of a first book in any field of political science that exemplifies qualities of broad ambition, high originality, and intellectual daring, showing promise of having […]