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Distinguished Professor Emeritus Gregory Raymond to Publish a New Book

Distinguished Professor Emeritus Gregory Raymond has signed a contract with Congressional Quarterly (CQ) Press, an imprint of SAGE Publishing, to publish a book titled “Great Powers and World Order.” CQ Press is a leading publisher of books, reference content, periodicals, and … (Read More) Distinguished Professor Emeritus Gregory Raymond to Publish a New Book

Greg Raymond Interviewed by Serbian Press

Greg Raymond, Distinguished Professor Emeritus, was recently interviewed by the Serbian newspaper, Danas, on the foreign policy implications for the Balkans of the firing of U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. (Read More) Greg Raymond Interviewed by Serbian Press

Vaughn Nominated ASPA’s Member of the Month

Justin Vaughn was recently honored as the American Political Science Association’s Member of the Month. Vaughn was nominated by one of the members of the association’s executive council. In an interview for Political Science Now, Vaughn explained why he became … (Read More) Vaughn Nominated ASPA’s Member of the Month

Nisha Bellinger Authors New Book

Nisha Bellinger, Political Science, recently authored a new book titled “Governing Human Well-Being: Domestic and International Determinants”. The book uses cases from Brazil, Japan, China and Iraq to demonstrate the role of domestic and international political factors in human well-being. … (Read More) Nisha Bellinger Authors New Book

Vaughn Tours Germany

Political Science professor Justin Vaughn recently completed a multi-city tour of Germany organized by universities in Berlin, Bonn and Frankfurt. While at University of Bonn, Vaughn delivered a lecture titled “Presidential Greatness: How Americans Think about It and How Political … (Read More) Vaughn Tours Germany

Dr. Kettler Quoted by Idaho Public Radio

Jaclyn Kettler was extensively quoted in an Idaho Public Radio report on the proliferation of Idaho political Twitter parody accounts. In the article, “Here’s What #idpol Twitter Parodies Tweet,” Kettler suggests the snarky and often critical accounts could be providing some levity … (Read More) Dr. Kettler Quoted by Idaho Public Radio

Brian Wampler In Action

Brian Wampler was the lead author on three blog posts published by the Open Government Partnership. The posts were co-authored by Stephanie McNulty of Franklin and Marshall and Mike Touchton of the University of Miami. The Open Government Partnership is … (Read More) Brian Wampler In Action

Justin Vaughn

Associate Professor Justin Vaughn and Brandon Rottinghaus, University of Houston, co-authored a piece about political scientists and the measurement of presidential greatness for the American Political Science Association. The piece was titled “Presidential Greatness and Political Science: Assessing the 2014 … (Read More) Justin Vaughn

Ross Burkhart Published in Idaho Statesman

Ross Burkhart recently published an op-ed in the Idaho Statesman titled “How can people confuse Idaho and Iowa? They’re not even close.” The piece uses a political science data set to illustrate the differences between Idaho and Iowa. Read the … (Read More) Ross Burkhart Published in Idaho Statesman

Brian Wampler Leads Two-Day Workshop in Kenya

Political science professor Brian Wampler organized and led a two-day international workshop, held in Nairobi, Kenya. The workshop was held July 13-14 and included participants from 10 countries, including the Philippines, Indonesia, South Africa, Mozambique, Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya, Brazil, the … (Read More) Brian Wampler Leads Two-Day Workshop in Kenya