Keith Whittington penned an op-ed in the Washington Post: Impeachment isn’t mandatory — even if Trump committed impeachable offenses.
News - 2019
Lauren Wright is quoted extensively in USA Today, "Trump slaps down California on auto emissions standard in latest salvo against Golden State."
Ali Valenzuela was a featured analyst on WHYY's Radio Times program, discussing reactions to, and implications of, the September Democratic debate in Houston. Radio Times is a call-in program that tackles issues of concern.
LaFleur Stephens-Dougan's work on race and individualism is extensively cited in Thomas Edsall's column in the New York Times: "No One Should Take Black Voters for Granted." Referring to Stephens-Dougan's paper (with Ashley Jardina), ...
Lauren Wright appeared in several media outlets to discuss the research and findings presented in her new book, Star Power.
Research on racial bias in police shootings by Dean Knox, Will Lowe, and Jonathan Mummolo is cited in Science: Study that claims white police no more likely to shoot minorities draws fire.
The American Political Science Association (APSA) will present the Barbara Sinclair Lecture Award to Frances E.
Paul Frymer, Professor of Politics and CSDP faculty associate, is quoted in the Des Moines Register about the role of union voters in the Iowa primary, "...
The American Political Science Association's Class and Inequality Section Best Paper Prize 2019 (for the best paper presented on a C&I Panel) will be awarded to Adam Thal for his paper, “Status Update: Social Media and the Economic Policy Preferences of Affluent Americans.”
John Kastellec received the 2019 Best Journal Article Award from APSA's Law and Courts section for his paper “Judicial Federalism and Representation.” The award recognizes the best journal article in the field of law and courts written...