Diversity and Inclusion Hackathon

2018 Diversity and Inclusion Hackathon Outcomes: Strategies for How Men Can Advance Women’s Equality in Political Science

About the Hackathon The APSA Presidential Task Force on Women’s Advancement held a Diversity and Inclusion Hackathon at the 2018 American Political Science Association Annual Meeting in Boston, chaired by Mala Htun and Alvin B. Tillery, Jr.  At the […]

Diversity and Inclusion Hackathon

APSA Member of the Month: Dr. Nadia E. Brown, Purdue University

Dr. Nadia E. Brown Purdue University Department of Political Science & African American Studies and Research Center Member since 2003 Dr. Nadia E. Brown (Ph.D., Rutgers University) is a University Scholar and Associate Professor of […]

Annual Conference

Eric C. Vorst: Network Analysis of #APSA2016

Twitter is always an active platform and great networking tool, partiularly during large conferences and events. The APSA 2016 Annual Meeting, located in Philadelphia, PA, was no different with attendees sharing all types of thought […]


#WomenAlsoKnowStuff: Editorial Board Member, Christina Wolbrecht, Talks Importance of Sharing Women Experts

Christina Wolbrecht (PhD, Washington University in St. Louis) is Associate Professor of Political Science and director of the Rooney Center for the Study of American Democracy at the University of Notre Dame. Her areas of expertise include American […]


#WomenAlsoKnowStuff: Editorial Board Member, Kathleen Searles, Talks Importance of Sharing Women Experts

Kathleen Searles (Ph.D. Washington State University), Assistant Professor of Political Communication, holds a joint appointment in the Manship School of Mass Communication and the Department of Political Science at Louisiana State University. Her interests include news media, […]


#WomenAlsoKnowStuff: Founder Samara Klar Talks Importance of Sharing Women Experts

Samara Klar (Ph.D. Northwestern University) uses experimental and survey methodology to study how individuals’ social surroundings and personal identities influence their political attitudes and behavior.  Her coauthored book, Independent Politics, was published by Cambridge University Press […]