Katie Krumbholz (MA, Political Science, 2019) has received a 2020 Janet Box-Steffensmeier Award from the Society for Political Methodology. The announcement was made June 10, 2020 by the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) Summer Program in Quantitative Methods of Social Research at the University of Michigan. The award is designed to encourage … Continue reading Katie Krumbholz Receives 2020 Janet Box-Steffensmeier Award
Carnegie Corporation of New York announced today that Amy Erica Smith, LAS Dean’s Professor and associate professor of political science, has been selected as a 2020 Andrew Carnegie Fellow. Smith is one of only 27 researchers nationwide, and the first at Iowa State who will receive $200,000 in philanthropic support for the award, in recognition of high-caliber … Continue reading Amy Erica Smith Named Andrew Carnegie Fellow
Since the university is moving to work from home until further notice, I will strive to support everyone to make this a success. Below you will find requirements, recommendations of what you can be working on, and links to information about software you will be having questions on over the next few weeks. IF … Continue reading WebEx and Canvas tools and user guides.
Political Science senior Sarah Meisch was Iowa State University’s participant at the Student Conference on U.S. Affairs (SCUSA), at the United States Military Academy (West Point), October 30 to November 2, 2019. The topic for this year’s 71st SCUSA conference was Advancing the National Interest – The Intersection of Domestic Politics and American Foreign Policy. … Continue reading Sarah Meisch At SCUSA 2019
Lucken Professor of Political Science Steffen Schmidt was a first on The Attitude radio show. Concord, New Hampshire. The show covered the second Democratic debate August 1, 2019. Schmidt analyzes the implications for Iowa’s February presidential caucuses. http://www.wnhnfm.org/the-attitude-with-arnie-arnesen-august-1-2019/
The Carrie Chapman Catt Center for Women and Politics at Iowa State University launched a new blog, Navigating Gender in Iowa, on June 3. “The blog analyzes politics through a gendered lens, focusing on candidates visiting Iowa,” said Karen Kedrowski, director of the Catt Center. With six women running for president of the United States, … Continue reading New blog analyzes gender in Iowa politics