Meet 2018 RBSI Scholar, Zoe Walker

Zoe Walker, University of Notre Dame Zoe Walker is a junior at the University of Notre Dame studying English and political science. Passionate about both research and community involvement, Zoe has devoted her time at Notre […]


Meet 2018 RBSI Scholar, Catalina Udani

Catalina Udani, University of Central Florida Catalina Udani is an honors junior at the University of Central Florida studying human communication, intelligence and national security, and terrorism studies. She has received the Lawrence J. Chastang Global Fellowship and […]


Meet 2018 RBSI Scholar, Analisa I. Quintero

Analisa I. Quintero, Northern Arizona University Analisa I. Quintero is a rising senior, International Affairs major, and Spanish language minor at Northern Arizona University. As a student recognized by her college’s Dean’s List every semester of her […]

Diversity & Inclusion

2018 Fund for Latino Scholarship Applications Due June 15th

Apply for the 2018 APSA Fund for Latino Scholarship by June 15th! The fund’s primary goal is to encourage and support the recruitment, retention, and promotion of Latina/o political scientists (especially students and tenure track […]


Meet 2018 RBSI Scholar, Michael Strawbridge

Michael Strawbridge, Beloit College Michael Strawbridge is a junior at Beloit College double majoring in political science and media studies. Michael currently serves as the vice president of the Alpha Zeta chapter of the Sigma Chi […]


Meet 2018 RBSI Scholar, Vanessa A. Navarro Rodriguez

Vanessa A. Navarro Rodriguez, Cornell University Vanessa A. Navarro Rodriguez is a senior studying government at Cornell University and is interested in American politics and its effects on marginalized communities. She has spent over two years working […]


Meet 2018 RBSI Scholar, Crystal Robertson

Crystal Robertson, New York University Crystal Robertson is a rising senior political science major at the University of Michigan. Her research interests focus on racially centered activism and white allies, specifically the motivations of white allies […]