Vesla Weaver in The New York Times.
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Prof. Vesla Weaver's Portals Policing Project creates a “wormhole” in highly policed communities using a portal. Portals are virtual chambers where people who are far away from one another can converse as if in the same room. To-date, Weaver and her colleagues have amassed more than 850 conversations across 14 neighborhoods in six cities. It's the most extensive collection of first-hand accounts of policing to date.
We are grateful to announce the Joel B. Grossman Memorial Fund, which will be used for purposes related to constitutional law, the Supreme Court, or public law, including activities relating to Constitution Day.
Professor Robbie Shilliam will give the inaugural Distinguished Teacher Lecture on 7th May to the Department of International Relations at the University of St Andrews. Situated in Scotland, St Andrews […]
Congratulations to Jose Luis Rodriguez Aquino! “Luis … incorporate[d] elements of his own teaching style that broke from the traditional mold while creating a valuable learning environment that is seldom […]
Congratulations to Nandini Dey who has been selected to participate in the inaugural class of the APSA Public Scholarship Program. During the 6-month program, she will be working with other scholars […]
The journal PS: Political Science & Politics recently published “The Political Science 400”, an analysis of scholarly influence among Political Science faculty in the United States. Based on lifetime citation counts in Google […]
Congratulations to Stephanie Erev on her appointment as an Assistant Professor at Portland State University!
Congratulations to David Dagan on his appointment as a Postdoctoral fellow at George Washington University!
Congratulations go to Professor Jane Bennett on her election by the JHU Board of Trustees to the Andrew W. Mellon Professorship in the Humanities. This is a well-deserved honor in […]