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UO Professor Daniel Tichenor in The Washington Post

“Why Donald Trump is much more dangerous than Andrew Johnson”

by Sidney M. Milkis and Daniel J. Tichenor Find the article by clicking the title, above. Daniel J. Tichenor is the Philip H. Knight Chair of Political Science and Director of the Program on Democratic Engagement and ...

PS Student Wins Undergraduate Research Award

Congratulations to Political Science major Momo Wilms Crowe for receiving the UO Libraries Undergraduate Research Award! Momo won the award for her paper: Challenges to Democratic Inclusion and Contestation of Space: Contemporary Student Activists in Transforming South Africa which she wrote during ...

New Book Explores the Changing Role of Race in Right-Wing Politics

The Department of Political Science is excited to announce that “Producers, Parasites, Patriots: Race and the New Right-Wing Politics of Precarity” is now available in print.

Congratulations to UO Political Science

Associate Professor Joe Lowndes!

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Congratulations to Political Science Alumnus Forrest A. Nabors: Recipient of the American Political Thought Book Award

The Department of Political Science is pleased to announce that Political Science alumnus Forrest A. Nabors recently received the American Political Thought Book Award for Best Book 2017 from the American Political Science Association for his book From Oligarchy to Republicanism: The Great Task of ...

The Oregon Undergraduate Research Journal is accepting submissions for their Fall 2018/Winter 2019 issue!

Would you like to see your research project, term paper, thesis, or creative work published? The Oregon Undergraduate Research Journal is a student-run, peer-reviewed, open access academic journal that showcases high-quality undergraduate work in the sciences, humanities, and arts at the University ...

2018 Undergraduate Research Symposium

Interested in sharing your research or creative work? Consider participating in the 2018 Undergraduate Research Symposium – a research and presentation opportunity available to UO students.

2018 Undergraduate Research Symposium – Thursday, May 17 – EMU

The Undergraduate Symposium is the ...

Political Science Alumnus Forrest A. Nabors Gets Published

The Department of Political Science is pleased to announce the publication of From Oligarchy to Republicanism: The Great Task of Reconstruction by University of Oregon (MS ’08, Ph.D. ’11 Political Science) alumnus Forrest A. Nabors. In this book, Forrest A. Nabors sets out to show ...

Congratulations to Political Science PhD Candidate Shawna Meechan: Recipient of the Oregon Sylff Graduate Fellowship for International Research!

Shawna Meechan was honored to receive the Oregon Sylff Graduate Fellowship for International Research for the 2016-2017 school year. Shawna’s dissertation takes a look at the role of civilian police forces in building confidence in the state in post-ethnic conflict societies. Her work focuses on ...

Congratulations to Political Science PhD Graduate Lisa Beard: Co-Recipient of this Year’s Best Dissertation Award

The Department of Political Science congratulates our recent PhD graduate Lisa Beard, who was a co-recipient of this year’s Best Dissertation Award from the Racial and Ethnic Politics section of the American Political Science Association!  This is an extremely prestigious award, and we’re very ...
Evelyn and Erin at Namaste, 2013

AroundtheO: Professor Beck, Rural Women, and Microfinance in Latin America

Study Finds Microfinance Can Help, Even if Goals Aren’t Met

Professor Beck was recently featured in Around the O. From the article: “We can’t just think about what the projects are doing for people but should also examine what people do for projects,” Beck said. “We need ...
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