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  • Undergraduate Research Assistants and Scholarly Productivity August 11, 2022
    This essay originally appeared in the Political Science Educator’s Winter/Spring 2017 issue. The Teacher-Scholar Elizabeth A. Bennion, Indiana University South Bend One of the responsibilities of our lives as teacher-scholars is to teach students how to be scholars. Research papers, … The post Undergraduate Research Assistants and Scholarly Productivity appeared first on APSA.
  • From the Student: The Value of an Undergraduate Research Assistantship August 11, 2022
    This essay originally appeared in the Political Science Educator’s Winter/Spring 2017 issue. Xander E. Laughlin, Indiana University, Bloomington IN When I began my undergraduate career, a political science faculty member at my university selected me to serve as her research … The post From the Student: The Value of an Undergraduate Research Assistantship appeared first on […]
  • Message from the Section President August 11, 2022
    Political Science Educator: volume 26, issue 1 Dear section members: Wow, it’s hard to believe that I’m writing my last newsletter. What a crazy couple of years we have had! Certainly, I did not realize that the bulk of my … The post Message from the Section President appeared first on APSA.
  • Tips for Working with the Media August 11, 2022
    Political Science Educator: volume 26, issue 1 The Teacher-Scholar Elizabeth A. Bennion, Indiana University South Bend Many colleges and universities encourage faculty media engagement to demonstrate the expertise of the faculty, raise the profile of the university, and serve the … The post Tips for Working with the Media appeared first on APSA.
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  • Dictators’ Drinks at the Pub. A Role Play on the Strategic Use of Power and Violence August 4, 2022
    Dictators’ Drinks at the Pub. A Role Play on the Strategic Use of Power and Violence by Tim Williams, Universität der Bundeswehr München Why do some leaders use violence as part of their political repertoire [...] The post Dictators’ Drinks at the Pub. A Role Play on the Strategic Use of Power and Violence appeared […]
  • Tuning into Student Learning: The Music of IR Theories August 2, 2022
    Dictators’ Drinks at the Pub. A Role Play on the Strategic Use of Power and Violence by Adnan Rasool, University of Tennessee at Martin Intro level classes are notoriously hard in terms of getting complex [...] The post Tuning into Student Learning: The Music of IR Theories appeared first on .
  • Ngoc T. Phan and Andrea Malji Discuss the Various Challenges of Working in an Interdisciplinary Department April 1, 2022
    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 [...] The post Ngoc T. Phan and Andrea Malji Discuss the Various Challenges of Working in an Interdisciplinary Department appeared […]
  • Meet the 2022-2026 Editorial Team for the Journal of Political Science Education November 15, 2021
    The American Political Science Association is excited to announce the 2022-2026 Editorial Team for the Journal of Political Science Education: Editor-in-Chief: Charity Butcher, Professor, Kennesaw State University Lead Editor:  Alasdair Blair, Jean Monnet Professor, De Montfort University Associate Editors: [...] The post Meet the 2022-2026 Editorial Team for the Journal of Political Science Education appeared first on .
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  • Cultivating a Beginner’s Mind: How Textbook Writing Improves Our Undergraduate Teaching August 12, 2022
    Cultivating a Beginner’s Mind: How Textbook Writing Improves Our Undergraduate Teaching By Melissa R. Michelson, Menlo College and J. Theodore Anagnoson, California State University–Los Angeles As coauthors of the eighth edition of a widely used [...] The post Cultivating a Beginner’s Mind: How Textbook Writing Improves Our Undergraduate Teaching appeared first on .
  • Meet the 2022 APSA Fund for Latino Scholarship Recipients August 12, 2022
    The APSA Fund for Latino Scholarship’s primary goal is to encourage and support the recruitment, retention, and promotion of Latina/o political scientists; the secondary goal is to support research on Latino politics in the United [...] The post Meet the 2022 APSA Fund for Latino Scholarship Recipients appeared first on .
  • Theme Panel: Precedent for the Unprecedented: Ancient Thought & Post-Plague Politics August 12, 2022
    Precedent for the Unprecedented: Ancient Thought & Post-Plague Politics Co-sponsored by Division 54: Ideas, Knowledge, and Politics and The Society for Greek Political Thought Mini-Conference Mini-Conference Description: Unexpected world events have the potential to unsettle [...] The post Theme Panel: Precedent for the Unprecedented: Ancient Thought & Post-Plague Politics appeared first on .
  • Meet the 2022 Lee Ann Fujii Travel Grant Recipients August 11, 2022
    The Lee Ann Fujii Travel Grant supports APSA Diversity Fellows’ (formerly Minority Fellows) participation in the APSA Annual Meeting to encourage engagement with research, professional development, mentoring, and collaboration. Among other factors, priority is given to [...] The post Meet the 2022 Lee Ann Fujii Travel Grant Recipients appeared first on .