Article in The National Interest on the importance of Russian Studies features work by Professor Scott Gehlbach and UW Ph.D. Evgeny Finkel
Professors Barry Burden, David Canon, and Rob Yablon spoke at the Madison Institute’s program on “Partisan Gerrymanders and the Supreme Court.”
Brianne Wolf won “Best Thesis in Political Theory” in the UW-Political Science Department for her dissertation “Tasting Liberty: Affective Judgement in the Work of Rousseau, Smith, and Tocqueville.”
Sarah Bouchat won “Best Thesis in Political Methodology” in the UW-Political Science Department for her dissertation “Common Knowledge: Elicited Priors in Political Science.”
Ryan Powers won “Best Thesis in International Relations” in the UW-Political Science Department for his dissertation “Macroprotectionism: The Causes and Consquences of Temporal Variation in Mass Trade Preferences.”
Samantha Vortherms won “Best Thesis in Comparative Politics” in the UW-Political Science Department for her dissertation “A Comparative Political Economy of China’s Local Citizenship.”
Prof. Ryan Owens won the Law and Court Best Journal Article Award. The paper was: “Courting the President: How Circuit Court Judges Alter Their Behavior for Promotion to the Supreme Court”
Prof. David Weimer won the Excellence in Mentoring Award, APSA Public Policy Section
Professor Kathy Cramer’s work featured in Slate.
Prof. Kathy Cramer’s book, The Politics of Resentment, has been selected as one of seven finalists for the Woodrow Wilson Award for best book on government, politics, or international affairs.