Express advising will be held in room 346 in ten Hoor from 12:00pm-1:30pm. This express advising is open to International and Political Science students. We look forward to having you join us!
Allen Linken (University of Alabama) and Gracie Smith (University of Alabama) Washington Post (Published October 6th 2017) Abstract Is kneeling during the national anthem disrespectful to the American flag, and by extension, to the U.S. military? That’s the charge President Trump recently leveled at NFL players who began “taking a knee,” to use the athletes’
Congratulations to UA PhD Student Kathryn Robison, whose paper “Funding Science: Searching for a New Measure of Public Opinion on Space” has been selected by NASA for presentation at the 68th International Astronautical Congress in Adelaide, Australia. Ms. Robison’s trip will be funded by NASA. Way to go!
Congratulations to Political Science PhD student Cameryn Blackmore, who was named a 2017-2018 APSA Minority Fellow. You can read more about this here.
The Department of Political Science would like to congratulate Dr. Brandon Davis for successfully defending his dissertation!
Dr. Yanna Krupnikov will be visiting the University of Alabama Political Science Department on Friday, January 27th to give a talk entitled “Does Ambiguous Rhetoric Benefit All Candidates?” from 12-1 pm in ten Hoor 346. You can read more about Dr. Krupnikov here.
Dr. Richard Fording recently had a piece published in The Washington Post entitled “Five Myths About Senator Jeff Sessions.”
On Wednesday, January 25th, Zac McCrary will be visiting the University of Alabama Political Science department to speak with our faculty and students. He will be speaking at the following times: From 4:00-4:45 pm in ten Hoor 347 he have an informal question and answer session on “Careers in Political Consulting/Campaigns.” and From 5:00-6:30 pm
Dr. George Hawley recently had an op-ed piece published in The New York Times.
Recently, Dr. Joseph Smith, Dr. Allen Linken, and Dr. Stephen Borrelli were interviewed by The Tuscaloosa News for their 36th Annual Educated Guesses column regarding probable changes after the election of Donald Trump. You can read the article here.