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Earthly Jurisprudence: Craig Kauffman and the United Nations Knowledge Network on Harmony with Nature

Craig Kauffman, assistant professor of political science, has been selected as one of 45 researchers from around the globe to serve on the Earth-Centered Law working group of the United Nations Knowledge Network on Harmony with NatureFollow the link below to read more in AroundtheO! ...

Making Wavelengths: Joseph Lowndes Interviewed on BBC Radio 4!

UO’s Professor of Political Science, Joseph Lowndes, has been interviewed for “The Black Panthers,” an exploration of the different dimensions of the Black Panther Party on BBC Radio 4Follow the link below to listen to the full broadcast!

“The Black Panthers”

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Tuning In: UO Professor Dan Tichenor Interviewed on Jefferson Public Radio!

Professor of Political Science, Daniel Tichenorhas been interviewed for the series ‘CURIOUS/Research Meets Radio‘ on the Jefferson Public Radio!

Professor Tichenor  explores the history of immigration in the United States while emphasizing the difficulty the topic of ...

17 Propositions: A Guide to Graduating In Life

Words of understanding shared by John Frohnmayer, JD ’72, this past June at the Department of Political Science’s Commencement Ceremony have resonated not just with our graduates, but all who are looking to learn and grow throughout life. Read the full Commencement Speech, composed of ...

A Transcendent Year: Professor Gash has been quoted in Eugene Weekly!

UO Associate Professor of Political Science Alison Gash, has been quoted in Eugene Weekly! Professor Gash explores reasons surrounding the current focus on trans women and provides a stark image of public understanding and acceptance. Click the link below to read the full article! ...

Observations from Cleveland: Insight into the 2016 Republican National Convention

UO Associate Professor of Political Science, Joseph Lowndes, has published an article in CounterPunch! Professor Lowndes explores the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland and provides a reflective perspective on the current course of the political party. Click the link below to ...

Williams Fellowship Recipient: Congratulations to Associate Professor Daniel HoSang

Congratulations to Political Science Associate Professor Daniel HoSang on being awarded one of the 2016-17 Williams Fellowships for his outstanding work as a faculty member elevating undergraduate education!

Daniel HoSang – Associate Professor of Political Science

Having earned a reputation ...

Experts Imagine an Asia Without the US: PS Professor Vu Quoted in The Diplomat

UO’s own Professor of Political Science, Tuong Vu, has been quoted in The Diplomat! Professor Vu comments on concern regarding commitment from the U.S. to a stable balance of power in Asia. Click the link below to read the full article!

 The Diplomat: Experts Imagine an Asia Without the

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A Week of Opinion: UO Professors on the Presidential Race and International Relations

UO’s own Associate Professors of Political Science, Joseph Lowndes and Tuong Vu have been spotted in the News! Professor Lowndes interviewed on Canadian Television to discuss Hilary Clinton’s decision to back out of a final debate with Sanders ahead of the California primary. Click the ...

When It Rains, It Pours

UO’s own Associate Professor of Political Science, Joseph Lowndes, has had a busy week! He has been quoted in Newsweek and Bustle as well as interviewed on Al Jazeera. Follow the links to read the full articles and watch the interview!

“This Group May Have the Most

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