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Meet Eli, a junior in Political Science & Economics with a certificate in Public Policy & minors in Philosophy & Human Resources Management. Eli studied abroad at the University of Oxford in the UK & has completed a Job Ready Internship.
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Purdue Liberal Arts Jul 28
Meet Alex, a junior triple majoring in History, Political Science, and Women’s Studies. She enjoys being a part of Liberal Arts because it gives the feeling of a small campus while still having all the perks of attending a Big Ten school. .
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purduepolsci Jul 31
Prof David Johnson uses expertise in & to develop a global model of sustainability looking at economic, environmental, and ecological factors to guide decision makers.
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Purdue Liberal Arts Jul 23
Meet Jessie Keppler, a junior majoring in Political Science with minors in Law & Society & Business Economics. She is from Moraga, CA, and was drawn to Purdue for the study abroad options. Jessie has traveled to Dublin, Ireland, & London.
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purduepolsci Jul 8
Congrats for winning the 2020 Purdue CLA Distinguished Dissertation Award! His dissertation examines how power dispersion affects state compliance with international human rights treaties. Learn more about Mintao’s dissertation and research:
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Leigh Raymond Jul 6
Pleased to see my research on Ontario's program and is now published. Thanks to for their support for this work as well.
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Molly Scudder Jul 2
My first book, Beyond Empathy and Inclusion: The Challenge of Listening in Democratic Deliberation, is available for preorder! Order from using ASFLYQ6 to save 30%. Here is a brief thread on the content 1/6
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purduepolsci Jul 2
Congrats Political Science Graduate Student for being awarded the 2020 College of Liberal Arts Distinguished Master's Non-Thesis Award for her work titled "The Symbol of Freedom."
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purduepolsci Jun 19
Taking a moment this to celebrate the work of the founding editorial team, current lead editor and graduate editorial assistants who have worked to build into a powerhouse of scholarship addressing racism and injustice.
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purduepolsci Jun 18
Meet Allison Kraft, a 2016 History and Political Science graduate. Allison’s love of history led her to Purdue and Liberal Arts, where she was involved in Leadership Council and Old Masters.
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purduepolsci Jun 17
“The 1st Amendment protects private speech from the government” that doesn’t apply to confederate icons explain and in this article on that looks at who’s making this claim
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purduepolsci Jun 15
Professor Rosie Clawson has joined Women’s Global Health Institute Internal Steering Committee ! works improve the quality of women’s lives through partnerships, research and training. Learn more here:
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purduepolsci Jun 12
Congrats! on your award for best conference paper from Law and Court Section for your co-authored article “The Supreme Court’s (Surprising?) Indifference to Public Opinion.” Read the full article:
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purduepolsci Jun 12
and give overview of on the Black Lives Matter movement and links to microsyllabus for a short course
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purduepolsci Jun 12
is critical to understanding the systemic inequalities deeply rooted in our society. Black Lives Matter microsyllabus consists of open access research to assist in that process.
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Purdue Liberal Arts Jun 11
Meet Garet Turner, a 2008 Political Science graduate. During his time at Purdue, Garet was involved in diversity initiatives with the College and interned with the University Development Office.
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purduepolsci Jun 9
DEADLINE June 15 for proposals 2020 online fall research conference (Oct 19-20) with theme of Democracy and the Media. Accepted papers awarded $2000 & published in the Year in C-Span Archives Research. Details here:
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Purdue Liberal Arts Jun 9
Meet Logan Faircloth, a freshman studying Political Science and Law & Society. Logan is involved in organizations like Purdue Student Government, Immigrant Allies, and Liberal Arts Student Council.
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Purdue Liberal Arts Jun 2
Meet Josie, a junior studying Political Science with minors in Human Rights, History, and Forensic Sciences. She is involved in research on state politics, networking opportunities with ElectHer, and volunteering at the VA hospital.
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purduepolsci Jun 2
Politics, Groups, & Identities, publishes cutting-edge scholarship by experts on black politics. Purdue’s Nadia Brown, Lead Editor, & the editorial team have ungated many research articles that bring important perspective to recent events. Follow for updates
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