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Professor Matt Grossmann: Red State Blues

Matt Grossmann, Michigan State University Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science and Director of the Institute for Public Read More »

Alumni Nathan Ohle, Lecture

Yesterday we kicked off our Fall Speaker Series with CEO of Rural Community Assistance Partnership (RCAP) and Michigan State University Read More »

Elizabeth Lane Awarded Best Graduate Student Paper

Ph.D. candidate, Elizabeth Lane, has been recognized by the American Political Science Association’s Law and Courts Section as the Co-winner Read More »

Political Science/Pre-Law Student, Warren Stanfield, seeking East Lansing City Council Bid

Warren Stanfield has been busy. He is currently collecting signatures for a bid for East Lansing City Council. If successful, Read More »

Graduate Studies Committee Announces 2019 Graduate Teaching and Paper Awards

Elizabeth Lane is the recipient of this year’s 2019 Graduate Student Teaching Award.  She will receive a prize of $500 Read More »

Summer 2019 Online Classes Announced: Department of Political Science

The Department of Political Science at Michigan State University Announces Summer 2019 Online Classes PLS 100: Section 730 (1st Session) Read More »

Assistant Professor Michael Wahman publishes article in Washington Post titled, Why does Malawi have 1,331 candidates running for 193 seats in parliament?

Assistant Professor Michael Wahman, Department of Political Science at Michigan State University, recently published a piece in the Washington Post Read More »

Ph.D. candidate Mircea Lazar publishes article in Washingon Post titled “Cameroon’s citizens are losing hope that their country can remain united”

The Department of Political Science Ph. D. candidate Mircea Lazar published an article in the Washington Post titled Cameroon’s citizens Read More »

Sarah Reckhow, Associate Professor, Named Top Scholar Impacting Education Practice and Policy

Associate Professor Sarah Reckhow was recently named one of the top 200 scholars impacting education practice and policy by Education Week blog. Read More »

Associate Professor Cristina Bodea: Washington Post article titled There’s a Hidden Cost in Trump’s new trade agreement with Canada and Mexico

Associate Professor Cristina Bodea recently wrote an article with Andrew Kerner and Fangjin Ye in the Washington Post titled There’s a Read More »