Montgomery Experience Application

The deadline for all applications is Tuesday, March 15, 2016 at 5:00 PM. [gravityform id=”17″ name=”Montgomery Experience Application” title=”false”]

Alabama State Offices

Statewide Offices Attorney General Governor Governor Secretary of State State Auditor State Comptroller State Treasurer Legislative Branch Note: The legislature will not be in session during Summer, which is the time of the Montgomery Experience internship program. Alabama House of Representatives Alabama Legislature Alabama Senate Legislative Reference Service Judicial Branch Administrative Office of Courts Alabama

MPA Day in ten Hoor, Tuesday, February 10th

College of Arts & Sciences undergraduate students are cordially invited to meet Master of Public Administration (MPA) students from the Department of Political Science from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, February 10, 2015 in the lobby of ten Hoor Hall to learn more about The University of Alabama’s MPA program. What is an

Research Colloquium: Dr. Christopher Zorn, Penn State University

Dr. Christopher Zorn, Liberal Arts Research Professor of Political Science and Sociology at Penn State University, will be presenting his research on judicial decision-making this Friday, February 6, 12:00-1:00pm in room 346 of ten Hoor. The presentation is part of the Department’s Spring 2015 Research Colloquium Series. Biography: Christopher Zorn is the Liberal Arts Research Professor

Dr. George Hawley Offers “Educated Guess” for 2015

Dr. George Hawley was among 15 University of Alabama faculty to offer an “educated guess” for 2015, based on his expertise in American Politics. The 2015 predictions were featured by the Tuscaloosa News in a recent article. Dr. Hawley’s prediction is quoted below. Warren May Get Democratic Nomination Over Clinton, UA Analyst Predicts Elizabeth Warren

Research Colloquium: Dr. Dennis Foster, Jan. 23rd

The Political Science Colloquium Series kicks of the Spring semester with a presentation by Dr. Dennis Foster on Friday, January 23rd, 12:00-1:00pm. The title of the presentation is “Inter Arma Silent Leges? Democracy, Domestic Terrorism, and Diversion.” Dr. Foster is Associate Professor of International Studies and Political Science at the Virginia Military Institute. After completing

Policy in Action Speakers Series Features Senator Del Marsh

The 2015 Policy in Action lecture series kicked off on Wednesday, January 23rd with a visit from Senate President Pro Tempore Del Marsh. Senator Marsh took part in a student led Q&A  at Carmichael Hall. The lecture series, “Policy in Action” was created by graduate students in higher education and public administration to give students

Alumni Recognize Barbara Chotiner’s Influence

Alumni Recognize Professor’s Influence August 11, 2014 / Permalink                               From the August 2014 Desktop News | Decades after they were taught by political science Professor Barbara Chotiner, alumni still attest to her influence on their lives and careers. During Chotiner’s

Smith, Joseph. “Law, Fact, and the Threat of Reversal From Above.” American Politics Research, March 2014, Volume 42(2): 226-256.

“Law, Fact, and the Threat of Reversal From Above.” Joseph L. Smith, The University of Alabama, Box 870213, 356 ten Hoor Hall Tuscaloosa, AL 35487, USA. Email: josmith@as.ua.edu American Politics Research, March 2014, Volume 42(2): 226-256. Abstract This article argues that the threat of review and reversal by supervising courts affects circuit court judges differently