Category Archives: Morrell

Photo from “Exploring the Value of Political Life” Panel

POLS Professors Dudas (moderator), Gordon, Arat, Lee, and Morrell recently served on a panel discussion, “Exploring the Value of Political Life.” Picture via Robert Wishart: Advertisements

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Exploring the Value of Political Life (Roundtable Discussion & Public Lecture by Bonnie Honig)

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Duey defends senior thesis on education spending

Eric Duey ’13 defended his senior thesis, “Farmington, Budget Referenda, and the Down Vote: A Case Study of Why People Vote Against Education.” He was advised by Prof. Michael Morrell. Congratulations!

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UConn attends Midwest PSA conference

Several members of the UConn community attended the Midwest Political Science Association annual conference. Thanks to Claire Simonich for the photos: Prof. Michael Morrell presented a paper using an experimental method to examine the effects of empathy and winning and … Continue reading

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Buckman defends thesis on Education Policy in CT

Brien Buckman ’12 defended his thesis, “Unheard Perspectives: The Framing of Primary andy Secondary Education Policy in Connecticut.” He was advised by Prof. Michael Morrell.

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