Category Archives: Ladewig

Website wins APSA Award

Prof. Jeff Ladewig, Prof. Sam Best, Cliff Vickrey (POLS PhD student), Prof. Brian Krueger (URI), have won the Best Instructional Software Award from the American Political Science Association for their website, Dimpledchad.info. Congratulations!

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Bergen defends thesis on presidential signing statements

Connor R. Bergen ’13 defended his senior thesis, “Presidential Power and the Rise of the Signing Statement.” He was advised by Prof. Jeffrey Ladewig. Congratulations!

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Ladewig Quoted on Firearm Laws and Constitution

Prof. Jeffrey Ladewig was quoted in an article in the Daily Campus on a possible clash between states and the federal government over firearms policies.

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Dimpled Chad featured at UConn Today

Dimpled Chad, a new electoral website run by Profs. Best and Ladewig as well as Clifford Vickrey (a POLS graduate student) and URI Prof. Brian Krueger, was featured at UConn Today.

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New Website with Voting Data

Prof. Jeff Ladewig, Prof. Sam Best, POLS graduate student Cliff Vickrey, and Prof. Brian S. Krueger (URI) just launched a new website – http://www.dimpledchad.info – to inform people about voting and elections. The site was recently featured on The Monkey … Continue reading

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Callaghan defends thesis on inequality and health

Timothy Callaghan ’11, advised by Prof. Jeffrey Ladewig, defended his senior honors thesis. The thesis is entitled, “The Politics of Health Outcomes and Income Inequality: A Time Series Cross-Sectional Analysis of County-Level Mortality Rates in the United States.” Next fall, … Continue reading

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