6 January 2021
Associate Professor Hyeran Jo was awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation for her project titled "Integrative International Interventions: Militant Violence and Human Security in Contemporary Conflicts."
4 December 2020
Every year, the College of Liberal Arts Superior Service (CLASS) Awards Program recognizes individuals who provide outstanding service to the college and demonstrate leadership, ingenuity, job excellence, and support for diversity. Here are the winners for 2020.
25 November 2020
Political Science Senior Lecturer Dr. Dwight A. Roblyer is one of the 25 recipients of this prestigious recognition and is being specifically awarded for his exceptional teaching.
17 November 2020
In a recent interview with Buzzfeed News Associate Professor, Michael T. Koch discusses how the pandemic has affected voting behavior in counties that were severely hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.
2 November 2020
Professor Brittany N. Perry interviews with NPR in a new podcast discussing Texas voter ID laws and their possible effect on the 2020 election.
Expanding Opportunities for Underrepresented Students in Political Methodology: The Data Lab @TAMUPOLS
Professor Britanny Perry writes a post for the American Political Science Association explaining DataLab @ TAMU
27 October 2020
In a recent interview with The Guardian, George C. Edwards III, University Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Political Science explains the electoral college and its possible impact on the 2020 presidential election.
26 August 2020
The Department of Political Science is excited to announce four new scholars joining our faculty this fall semester! We are proud to welcome Kirby Goidel, Johanna Dunaway, Kristy Pathakis, and Alicia Cooperman.
25 August 2020
Maria Escobar-Lemmon from the Department of Political Science was selected by The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities as fellows for the second cohort of its Leadership Academy/La Academia de Liderazgo.
8 April 2020
Photo by CDC on Unsplash Guest feature by Manny Teodoro, professor in the Department of Political Science. Originally posted here. The COVID-19 crisis has escalated America’s water and sewer affordability challenge into a full-blown health emergency. Many low-income households struggle to pay for these essential services in the best of times, and the specter of shutoffs for […]