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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 ...

Undergraduate Research – UROP and the Undergraduate Research Fellowship

Always wanted to get involved within the world of research? Consider exploring the UROP (Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program) to learn about starting your own research and utilizing campus resources. Are you a Junior with ample research experience? Learn more about the Undergraduate ...

Undergraduate Research- VPRI Fellowship and Research Symposium Opportunities

Interested in sharing your research or creative work? Learn more about the VPRI Undergraduate Fellowship and Undergraduate Symposium, research and presentation opportunities available to students in the Department of Political Science! Vice President for Research and Innovation ...

Professor Joe Lowndes published in The Conversation.

“Trump and the GOP: the Silent Majority versus the establishment”

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Undergraduates – Get Your Research Published!

The Pi Sigma Alpha Undergraduate Journal of Politics is an online, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the publication of undergraduate student research from all areas of Political Science. Undergraduates should consider submitting research they have completed in senior seminars, capstone courses, ...

Alumni Spotlight: Ian Fischer, PS Honors leads to graduate school in Psychology

The political science honors thesis Ian Fischer wrote in 2011 is titled, “Violence in the North Caucasus: Eastern Rising.” Knowing this, and that Ian is wrapping up a masters degree in Clinical/Counseling Psychology, you might ask; how does one get from an academic interest in the ...

Alumni Spotlight: Jim Cupples, PS Alum turned Civic Tech Leader

In 2006, Jim and his wife relocated to Oregon from the “big apple” with the intention of becoming Ducks. Jim enrolled as an English major and participated in the “Troops to Teachers” program as he planned to eventually teach high school English. However, a funding cut, which ended ...

Graduate with Political Science Honors – an Undergraduate Research Opportunity

Are you interested in graduating with department honors? Would you like to work on a research project with two faculty advisors? If 2016-2017 will be your final (senior) undergraduate year and you have a 3.7 GPA or higher in the Political Science major then you qualify for participating in the ...
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