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Dr. Sungho Park’s Recent Publication, “Evidence shows that more restrictions on municipal budgets could create unintended consequences.”

“Evidence shows that more restrictions on municipal budgets could create unintended consequences” Dr. Sungho Park was invited to write an article for the London School of Economics and Political Science’s USAPP blog. Based on his recent publication in State and Local Government Review, Dr. Park offered evidence that depending on their institutional configuration, state-imposed fiscal

Dr. Reid Krell on the Power of Jury Instructions

Listen to University of Alabama Political Science Department Instructor, Dr. Reid Krell, discuss his research on the consequences of jury instructions: https://shows.pippa.io/ipse-dixit/episodes/reid-krell-on-the-power-of-jury-instructions  

PSC Wants To Congratulate Brandon Davis

Political Science would like to share some good Job market news with you! Former graduate student Brandon Davis (American Politics/Public Policy and Administration) has accepted a tenure-track job at the University of Kansas in the School of Public Affairs and Administration (https://kupa.ku.edu/), starting August 2019. Brandon defended his dissertation during the summer of 2017 and

Political Science Departmental Scholarships

Greetings PSC majors (Happy New Year, and Roll Tide as well)! The PSC Department has four small scholarships that it awards every year. We are currently taking applications for all four programs. You can find complete information about scholarship requirements, eligibility, and amounts at psc.ua.edu/scholarship-opportunities/. NOTE THAT EACH SCHOLARSHIP HAS SPECIFIC UNIQUE REQUIREMENTS AND IS ONLY