Category Archives: Hettinger

Simonich defends thesis on Equal Access v. Equal treatment

Claire Simonich ’13 defended her senior thesis, “Gender Wage Gap Policies in the United States: Equal Access or Equal treatment Rights? She was advised by Prof. Virginia Hettinger. Claire will attend Yale Law School. Congratulations!

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POLS Highlights Undergraduate Research

The Department of Political Science highlighted and honored the research posters of several POLS undergraduates at a reception on May 2, 2013. The students fielded questions about their projects from faculty, graduate students, and undergraduates. If you were not there, … Continue reading

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Khalil defends senior thesis

John Khalil ’13 defended his senior thesis, “The Effects of Ideological Supplements on Individual Voting Behavior.” He was advised by Prof. Virginia Hettinger. Congratulations!

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Mason Defends Senior Thesis on Amicus Briefs

Erica Mason ’13 defended her senior thesis, “The Exclusivity of Activism Before the United States Supreme Court: Amicus Curiae Briefs as a Tool of Organized Interest Elites.” She was advised by Prof. Virginia Hettinger. Congratulations!

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Hettinger Offers “Last Lecture”

Prof. Virginia Hettinger spoke at the “Last Lecture Series” on “Having It All: Do We Know ‘It’ When We See It?” Congratulations!

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Nave defends senior thesis

Rachael Nave ’12 defended her senior thesis, “World Society or Cultural Pluralism? The Role of Culture and the International Community in the American and Iranian Women’s Movements.” She was advised by Prof. Virginia Hettinger.

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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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