Journals

Ngoc T. Phan and Andrea Malji Discuss the Various Challenges of Working in an Interdisciplinary Department

This article discusses the various professional challenges of working in an interdisciplinary department. Many colleges and universities have merged programs to cut costs amid budget woes and decrease enrollment. These mergers are increasingly common within […]

APSA

Enroll Now for the Spring 2022 APSA Mentoring Program

Spring enrollment for the APSA Mentoring Program will be open January 14 – January 31, 2022. The APSA Mentoring Program connects undergraduate, graduate students, and junior faculty to mentors in the political science discipline. Potential mentoring […]

Career Paths

Dr. Sarah Bryner Discusses her Work at OpenSecrets

Sarah Bryner joined the Center for Responsive Politics in 2011 and is responsible for overseeing the Center’s data analysis and research collaborations. Previously, she was CRP’s lobbying and revolving door researcher. Prior to joining OpenSecrets, […]

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Who’s Able to Do Political Science Work? My Experience with Exit Polling and What It Reveals about Issues of Race and Equity

Who’s Able to Do Political Science Work? My Experience with Exit Polling and What It Reveals about Issues of Race and Equity by M. Brielle Harbin, United States Naval Academy How best to address issues […]