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Politics - Career - 02.10.2023
Finding solidarity in the teachers’ lounge
MIT PhD candidate Elizabeth Parker-Magyar finds close workplace networks among educators drive their activism even outside of democracies.

Politics - Health - 29.09.2023

Politics - History / Archeology - 27.09.2023

Politics - Life Sciences - 26.09.2023

Politics - Campus - 05.09.2023

Politics - Social Sciences - 30.08.2023
Apekshya Prasai: Up in arms
New research shows how female activists resist patriarchy on the battlefield and beyond.

Politics - 17.08.2023
Republican presidential debate candidates seek to make good impression
EXPERT Q&A The Republican Party's efforts to take control of the White House in 2024 begins with the first presidential debate Aug.

Politics - Campus - 16.08.2023

Innovation - Politics - 15.08.2023
Audrey Kurth Cronin To Lead Carnegie Mellon Institute for Security and Technology
Following a global search, Audrey Kurth Cronin has been named founding director of the Carnegie Mellon Institute for Security and Technology (CMIST) at Carnegie Mellon University.

Campus - Politics - 15.08.2023
3 Questions: Noah Nathan and Ariel White on Global Diversity Lab summer internships
The first cohort of interns reflects a range of political science talent and potential. In June and July, the Global Diversity Lab   (GDL) in the  Department of Political Science  hosted its first GDL Summer Research Program.

Politics - 15.08.2023
When rumors take flight
When rumors take flight
Professor Adam Berinsky's new book examines the political misinformation that threatens the US system of government.

Politics - 27.07.2023
U-M releases data from Facebook, Instagram study on 2020 presidential election
Study: U.S. Facebook and Instagram Election Study Related: Research partnership to understand Facebook and Instagram's role in the U.S. 2020 election ICPSR to host data on

Politics - 05.07.2023
Forager, runner, election auditor: This expert seeks answers on the trail
Philip Stark, a statistics professor at UC Berkeley, is a man of varied interests. From expertise on election auditing to encyclopedic recall about edible plants, trail running has long linked his pursuits and his passion for spreading that knowledge.

Politics - 30.06.2023
Sentiment rises with debt ceiling resolution and slowing inflation
Consumer sentiment lifted 9% in June, reaching its highest level in four months, a sign of greater optimism as inflation eased and policymakers resolved the debt ceiling crisis.

Politics - Law - 26.06.2023
U-M political scientist’s work key in Supreme Court ruling, affirming Voting Rights Act
In an unexpected affirmation of the Voting Rights Act, the Supreme Court ruled this month that congressional voting maps in Alabama would dilute the power of Black voters.

Politics - Health - 22.06.2023

Campus - Politics - 08.06.2023
Suzanne Freeman and Mariel Garcia-Montes receive 2023 Jeanne Guillemin Prize
Award from the Center for International Studies supports women pursuing doctorates in international affairs.

Social Sciences - Politics - 07.06.2023
Justice for all?
Justice for all?
Political scientist and sociologist Vesla Weaver listens to and researches people whose experience of democracy, citizenship, and government is completely different from that of those not living unde

Innovation - Politics - 05.06.2023
New MIT fellowship supports student research on governance innovation with Global South governments
A new cross-institute initiative between MIT Governance Lab, MISTI, and the Priscilla King Gray Public Service Center to support graduate student work in public sector innovation.

Politics - 05.06.2023
Sparking the imagination
Sparking the imagination
Sparking the imagination in First-Year Seminars Krieger School of Arts and Sciences writer Rachel Wallach offers a firsthand exploration of First-Year Seminar courses, which cover a range of topics t

Politics - 22.05.2023
Berkeley political scientists chart a promising course to ease toxic polarization
New research co-authored at UC Berkeley details the psychological processes that demagogues exploit to erode support for democracy - and shows a way to bridge the dangerous divide. The year was 2020, just a few weeks before the presidential election, when Republican gubernatorial candidate Spencer Cox and Democratic opponent Chris Peterson teamed up to make an unconventional campaign ad.

Innovation - Politics - 17.05.2023

Politics - 16.05.2023
An project coordinated by the IBEI spots prospects for global governance facing an uncertain future
The GLOBE research project conducted a survey with more than 1000 staff members from 30 international organizations, revealing trends and challenges for global governance The Project Coordinator has been Jacint Jordana, professor of Political Science at UPF and Director of IBEI, an entity that has led a consortium made up of eleven institutions from all over the world.

Politics - Campus - 16.05.2023

Politics - Social Sciences - 11.05.2023

Health - Politics - 09.05.2023
Public health policy insights help bridge bipartisan divide
Public health policy insights help bridge bipartisan divide
Anand Parekh's insights on public health policy help bridge bipartisan divide Former Johns Hopkins Hospital resident has carved out a successful career in public service, currently serves as chief me

Politics - Campus - 05.05.2023
A transformative era ends at the Center for International Studies
Richard J. Samuels steps down as director; Evan Lieberman is named his successor. In the early 1980s, Richard Samuels PhD '80 was an assistant professor in the Department of Political Science, specializing in Japanese politics and public policy.

Politics - 27.04.2023
Study offers a new view of when and how governments distribute land
In Kenya, property rights are granted more often by democratic regimes than by autocrats - but decisions tend to be politically motivated regardless of who's in charge.

Politics - Media - 21.04.2023
Love Fox? MSNBC? You may be locked in a ’partisan echo chamber,’ study finds
New research co-authored at UC Berkeley finds that loyal liberal viewers of MSNBC and CNN and conservative devotees of Fox News have a tendency to get locked in to partisan echo chambers.
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