Call for Submissions

Call for Papers: Special Issue on Undergraduate Involvement in Research 

The editors of PS: Political Science and Politics request submissions for a special issue about undergraduate students participating in professional research. While students have been doing research since the advent of higher education, a more competitive environment […]

APSA Educate

Resource of the Week: African American Politics Syllabi & Assignments

African American Politics Syllabi & Assignments by Sherri L. Wallace, University of Louisville This course examines the relationship between African Americans race history and the American political system via political behavior research: political socialization, organization, […]

APSA Educate

Resource of the Week: Graduate Identity Politics Syllabus

Graduate Identity Politics Syllabus by Hakeem Jefferson Whether one considers the partisan and electoral choices citizens make or the judgments citizens render in response to officer-involved shootings or other salient social and political events, the […]


Chart of the Month: Field of Study Diversity

The September Chart of the Month features data from the APSA Membership Dashboard on field of study diversity. APSA is committed to advancing diversity and inclusion throughout the profession. Yet, more work needs to be […]


The Nine Dots Prize Now Accepting Applications

The Nine Dots Prize is now accepting application entries for the inaugural year. We spoke briefly with Jennifer Wright, the University Publishing Manager at Cambridge University Press, about the impact of the Nine Dots Prize […]

2016 Elections

Election, Post-Election, and Civic Education Resources

Election, Post-Election, and Civic Education Resources During this election and post-election season, teachers in high school and college classrooms all over the country have been focused on civic engagement, voting, and the electoral process.  Throughout […]