Category Archives: Hanson

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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UConn attends ISA conference

Prof. Sterling-Folker offers highlights of the recent International Studies Association annual conference: “The 2013 ISA Annual Meeting held in San Francisco, April 3-6, was attended by a number of UConn faculty and graduate students. ┬áProf. Mark Boyer convened a Junior … Continue reading

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Hanson highlights upcoming India Studies programs

Prof. Betty Hanson, director of India Studies at UConn, highlighted two upcoming programs: Monday, October 29, 2012 at 2:00 pm (weather!) Class of 1947 Room (Library) Panel: “Rule of Law & Human Rights-based Policy Reforms in India: Field Based Perspectives” … Continue reading

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Guha defends thesis on farmer suicide in India

Jen Guha ’12 defended her senior thesis, “Farmer Suicides in Maharashtra, India: Facts, Factors, and Possible Fixes.” She was advised by Prof. Betty Hanson.

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Malloy defends thesis on fear and Iraq War

Grace Malloy ’12 defended her thesis, “The Influence of Magnified Fear in the Media on Support for the Iraq War.” She was advised by Prof. Betty Hanson.

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POLS Undergrads present research

A number of POLS (political science) students presented research projects at the recent Frontiers event at UConn, including: Thank you to photographer Prof. Virginia Hettinger.

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