Monthly Archives: January 2011

Scruggs to Speak on “Information, Choice & Political Consumption”

Your colloquium committee is delighted to announce the first of a series of “First Wednesday” research talks this semester: Professor Lyle Scruggs “Information, Choice and Political Consumption: Human Rights in the Checkout Lane.” Wednesday, February 2, Monteith 119 12pm Our … Continue reading

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Brown Bag Seminars, Fridays at 3 pm

Political science graduate students and faculty will present work in progress many Fridays at 3 pm in Monteith 119. For the exact speakers and talks, see the attached schedule. Free pizza and snacks! For questions, contact bernadette.lamontagne at uconn.edu.

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Dyson Article on Iraq Surge

The impact of George W. Bush’s personality on his decision to surge troops in Iraq is discussed in the Winter 2010-11 issue of Political Science Quarterly in an article by Stephen Dyson, assistant professor of political science at the University … Continue reading

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Political Science Blog Begins

Welcome! This blog will contain news from the Department of Political Science at the University of Connecticut. If you have a news item, publication, new job, exciting honor, or the like, please send an email to Prof. Jeremy Pressman. We … Continue reading

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