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Al Montero, Professor of Political Science, has been selected to attend The Council on Foreign Relations’ Educators’ Workshop to be held at the CFR’s New York headquarters on Thursday, April…
Schier/Bearnot article published7 February 2012
A paper coauthored by Prof. Steven Schier and Edward Bearnot ’11,”The Floating Voter in the 2008 American Elections,” appears in The American Review of Politics Summer 2012 issue. The article began as a final paper in Prof. Schier’s Issues in American Democracy class.
Tun Myint interview on Clinton visit to Burma6 December 2011
Professor Tun Myint was interviewed by LinkAsia TV about Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s visit to Burma. See the interview here.
4 November 2011
Al Montero traveled to Cuba last year to explore the land of his parents’ birth and gather material for a new political science seminar that takes students beyond the textbook.
26 September 2011
“Signing On: Stories of Deaf Breast Cancer Survivors, Their Families, and Community” (Director – Barbara Allen) won Best Documentary at the Twin Cities Film Fest.
23 July 2007
Steven Schier and Andrew Kaufman ’07 of the Political
Science Department have coauthored a scholarly article
in the American Review of Politics, a peer-reviewed
journal. Entitled “American Foreign Policy Opinion in
2004: Exploring Underlying Beliefs,” their analysis
appears in Volume 27 of the journal (Winter 2006-7) on
2 August 2006
Introduction of Dev Gupta and Carolyn Wong