Meet, mingle, network! Join other political science alumni and friends at the first champagne reception hosted by the department’s inaugural Political Science Advisory Board. Click here for more information. read more →

With the complex challenge of preparing students to advance successfully their post-graduate career goals, the Department of Political Science is excited to announce the establishment of the Political Science Advisory Board (PSAB). The board is the first of its kind within the College of Liberal Arts. Led by Founding Chair James E. Heasley II, Ph.D… read more →

21 Oct 2013
October 21, 2013

Hillel Soifer Wins Best Article Award

Assistant Professor Hillel Soifer’s article “The Causal Logic of Critical Junctures,” Comparative Political Studies (December 2012) 45(12): 1572-1597 received the Alexander L. George Article Award for best article or book chapter on, or using, qualitative methods (click here for article). This award is given by the American Political Science Association section on Qualitative and Multi-methods Research. For more information about.. read more →

Temple’s Institute for Public Affairs, in partnership with The Washington Center, provides internship opportunities to Temple students in Washington, DC. This semester of study will give students an insider’s view on national politics and policies. Students will gain valuable career experience and the preparation for a future of engagement and leadership. This program is open.. read more →

21 Oct 2013
October 21, 2013

Kevin Arceneaux in the Blogosphere

Political Science Professor Kevin Arceneaux’s forthcoming book, Changing Minds or Changing Channels (University of Chicago Press and co-authored with Martin Johnson), was featured in a recent blog by the Washington Post’s Ezra Klein (read it here). Arceneaux and Johnson argue that partisan media are not polarizing Americans. Rather, partisan Americans seek out partisan media sources… read more →