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Speaker Series-Undergraduate Discussion: Professor Anna Grzymala-Busse at the UO!

The Department of Political Science and the Wayne Morse Center’s Program on Democratic Engagement and Governance invite you to an open discussion for undergraduate students with Professor Anna Grzymala-Busse, Professor of Political Science at Stanford University. Join us on Thursday, January 19 in PLC 905 from 2:00 – 3:00 for the opportunity to talk with an expert!

Anna Grzymala-Busse is a professor in the Department of Political Science at Stanford University whose research interests include political parties, state development and transformation, informal political institutions,


Hundreds March in Honor of MLK: Professor Jane Cramer in The Daily Emerald!

Hundreds walked in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. with the Eugene-Springfield NAACP’s 30th annual MLK Community March this past Monday – including PS Associate Professor Jane Cramer!

“Hundreds March in Honor of MLK”

“When young people get out and march…they come to think about the importance of it, and I think when you bring society together to stand for something, they act on it in their daily lives much more.”

– Jane Cramer

Jane Cramer focuses on the study of international relations, specializing in international security. Her current


Congratulations to PS Graduate Student, Yongwoo Jeung, Who Has Been Awarded the LBJ Presidential Library Moody Research Grant!

Congratulations to Political Science Graduate Student Yongwoo Jeung on being awarded the LBJ Presidential Library Moody Research Grant – learn more about the grant and Yongwoo below!

About the Recipient: Yongwoo Jeung is currently a UO Political Science doctoral student with interests ranging from American political development and racism in the labor market, to the political economy of skill formation in advanced countries.

With this grant, Yongwoo plans to visit Austin, Texas for follow-up archival work at the LBJ Presidential Library later this month and plans to attend the


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