Ever wondered what your professors are doing when they aren’t in class? As you are creating your summer reading list, consider checking out some of the new book releases from our faculty this year.
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Carter Phillips and Sue Henry Associate Professor, Skyler Cranmer, won the best conference paper award (2015) from the Political Networks section of the APSA for his working paper with Philip Leifeld, “A Performance Based Comparison of the Temporal Exponential Random Graph Model (TERGM) and Stoch
David Nield, a third-year undergraduate majoring in political science and statistics, is interning this summer with FiveThirtyEight, a polling aggregation website that focuses on opinion poll analysis, politics, economics and sports blogging.
Glorianna Flemming, a first year Political Science major, spent her spring break volunteering with Syrian and Iraqi refugees in a healthcare clinic in Amman, Jordan. Here, Glorianna describes her experience: