The 2018 Alumni Weekend featured a distinguished panel of Political Science graduates who reflected on how their time at Johns Hopkins launched them on a successful path in government, academia, and media.
News & Announcements Archive
Aronson Assistant Professor Sarah Parkinson and sophomore Anna Gordon, who also writes for the JHU Newsletter, had their piece “How the Houthis Became “Shi’a”” published in the Middle East Research and Information Project.
JHU Berman Institute for Bioethics Exploration of Practical Ethics Research Grant The Ethics of Preparedness in Humanitarian Disasters Principal Investigator: Sarah E. Parkinson, Aronson Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Studies, Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and Nitze School of Advanced International Studies Co-Investigator: Meaghan Charlton, PhD Candidate, Department of Political Science, Krieger School of Arts and Sciences […]
Dr. Vesla Weaver (Phd, Harvard, Government and Social Policy) is the Bloomberg Distinguished Associate Professor of Political Science and Sociology at Johns Hopkins University and a 2016-17 Andrew Carnegie Fellow. Weaver is broadly interested in understanding racial inequality in the United States, how state policies shape citizenship, and the political causes and consequences of the growth […]
Congratulations to Zach Reyna who is the recipient of the Foundations of Political Theory Best Paper Award. The award, given by the Foundations of Political Theory Section of APSA, recognizes the best paper presented on a Foundations panel at the previous year’s APSA Annual Meeting.
Congratulations to Sally Lawton on being named a Norton Long Scholar by the Urban Politics Section of APSA. The Norton Long Young Scholars Award is given to individuals completing their PhD (or within 3 years of earning their degree) who have submitted a paper proposal to the 2017 APSA meeting.
Congratulations to Dr. Mathew Kocher on winning the 2017 Heinz I. Eulau Award from the APSA for the best article published in Perspectives on Politics in 2016. The article is entitled, “Lines of Demarcation: Causation, Design-Based Inference, and Historical Research” (co-authored with Nuno Monteiro)
J Woodford “Woody” Howard Jr., a former longtime Johns Hopkins University professor of political science and constitutional law who was also a patron of the arts and a collector of modern art, died May 19 at his Roland Park Place home. The obituary can be read in the Baltimore Sun. Dear Friends, It is with […]
Congratulations to Elizabeth Mendenhall on her appointment as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Marine Affairs at the University of Rhode Island!
Congratulations to Ayako Hiramatsu on her appointment as Assistant Professor of British and American Studies at Nanzan University, Japan!