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Undergraduate Research: UROP Mini-grant Program

UROP Mini-grant Program

The UROP Mini-grant program provides up to $1000.00 of support to undergraduate students that are conducting research, creative scholarship or work on an innovative project under the guidance of a UO faculty member. Mini-grants may be used to purchase materials, equipment, ...

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 ...

2017 Undergraduate Research Symposium

Interested in sharing your research or creative work? Consider participating in the 2017 Undergraduate Research Symposium – a research and presentation opportunity available to UO students. Read below for information on upcoming dates and deadlines!

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More than Mentoring: Collaborations in Publication

Congratulations to UO’s own Professors of Political Science,  Priscilla Southwell and Eric Lindgren, as well as PS Graduate Student Dustin Ellis, on their to be published article “A Case Study in Left Wing Neo-Populism: The Rise of the Syriza Party in Greece.” The full article will be ...

Undergraduate Research: McNair Scholars Program

Interested in expanding your research or exploring higher education? Learn more about the McNair Scholars Program – a research opportunity available to students in the Department of Political Science! McNair Scholars Program  The McNair Scholars Program (TRiO) prepares qualified ...

Views of Immigration: Professor Tichenor Interviewed in The Register-Guard

UO’s own Professor of Political Science, Daniel Tichenorhas been interviewed in The Register-Guard regarding his work and understanding of the American sentiment towards immigration!

Professor Tichenor dissects the progression and development of ...

Plenty to Go Around: Professor Tichenor to Share in $200K Grant for Immigration Study

In collaboration with Bucknell University Professor Elizabeth Durden and Professor Robin Dale Jacobson of the University of Puget Sound, UO’s own Professor of Political Science Daniel Tichenor will share in a $200,000 Collaborative Grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) ...

After Orlando, the Road to Equality Just Got Longer: Associate Professor Gash in the Washington Monthly

UO’s own Associate Professor of Political Science, Alison Gashhas published an article in the Washington Monthly! Professor Gash explores how LGBTQ individuals still face a dubious world that is ruled by political and social struggles. Click the link below to read the full article!

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Undergraduate Research: Honors Program Distinctions and a Bennet Prize Winner

Honors Program Students 

For over a year, a small group of students have pursued honors distinctions in the department through perseverance and dedication to scholarship. The Political Science Honors Program typically spans the Spring term of a student’s Junior year to the Spring term of ...

Professor Daniel Tichenor Published in The Atlantic!

The University of Oregon’s Political Science Professor Daniel Tichenor has been published in The Atlantic! The article provides a historical perspective on immigration reform for the next president, and focuses on Lyndon B. Johnson’s struggle for a monumental reform. Follow the link ...
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