Category Archives: Conferences

Zirakzadeh on Springsteen

Prof. Cyrus Ernesto Zirakzadeh gave a paper on the politics of Bruce Springsteen. A story here. Congratulations!

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International Studies Association Annual Conference, 2016

Prof. Jennifer Sterling-Folker (POLS) offers highlights of the recent 2016 ISA meeting: The 2016 ISA Annual Meeting held in Atlanta, March 16-19, was the first run by ISA staff based here at UConn and was attended by a large number … Continue reading

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Luchs ’16 Attends SCUSA Conference

We asked David Luchs ’16 to tell us about his experience at the 67th Annual Student Conference on US Affairs (SCUSA). I recently had the privilege of attending the 67th annual SCUSA conference, titled “Confronting Inequality: Wealth, Rights, and Power”. Held annually … Continue reading

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Hertel and Dzurilla Lead Panel on University as Corporate Citizen

Professor Shareen Hertel and Tim Dzurilla, a POLS doctoral candidate, took part in a daylong conference on “The University as Corporate Citizen” at UConn. The conference was co-hosted by the Dodd Center, the Economic & Social Rights Program of HRI, and … Continue reading

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Logie ’15 attends SCUSA

Linnea Logie ’15 was one of two UConn students who attended SCUSA 2014. She tells us about it below. Earlier this week, we heard heard from Briana Bardos ’15 , UConn’s other delegate. I recently had the honor of attending the 66th annual Student Conference … Continue reading

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Bardos ’15 attends SCUSA

Briana Bardos ’15 was one of two UConn students who attended SCUSA 2014. She tells us about it below. Later this week, we will hear from Linnea Logie ’15, UConn’s other delegate. What did you do at the Student Conference on … Continue reading

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Hayes Wins Best Paper Award

Prof. Thomas Hayes co-authored the paper that won the best paper award, the Bailey Award, from APSA’s LGBT Caucus. The paper is “Testing Backlash: The Influence of Political Institutions on Public Attitudes toward Gay Rights” by Ben Bishin, Hayes, Matthew … Continue reading

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