Professor Lauren MacLean and her co-PIs were awarded an APSA Special Project Grant for their project "Avoiding ‘Day Zero’” in the U.S. & Global South: Climate Justice in Teaching & Policy Action.
Departmental news + announcements
Dr. Sumit Ganguly recently received the Humboldt Award, considered among the most prestigious honors that Germany awards to scholars.
This award recognizes a Latino/a or Latino Politics (pre-tenure) scholar based upon research accomplishments and contributions to the discipline.
Congratulations to Chris DeSante and his co-author on their award for best paper by an emerging scholar.
The title of Loyle’s article is “The Organization of Rebellion: New Research Program on Rebel Governance and Legitimacy.”
They co-authored an article titled “The Missing Obama Millions.”
The University of Pennsylvania Press has just released the paperback of Aurelian Craiutu’s Faces of Moderation: The Art of Balance in an Age of Extremes.
Professor Ted Carmines gave an invited lecture at the Institute for Advanced Study.
The State Politics and Policy Section of the APSA named Politics in the American States: A Comparative Analysis as the 2017 recipient of the Mac Jewel Award Enduring Contribution Book Award.
Professor Cyanne Loyle has been awarded a NSF to pursue a new scholarly agenda on the topic of rebel governance.
The National Science Foundation has awarded Indiana University nearly $3 million to train future research leaders in the skills needed to tackle society's most urgent subjects.
Aurelian Craiutu's Faces of Moderation was cited in David Nakamura's Washington Post article "Trump's penchant for extremes worked on the campaign trail but hinders his White House" and David Brooks' New York Times article "What Moderates Believe.”