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May 5, 2016
Matt Hibbing's paper, "The Symbolic Benefits of Descriptive and Substantive Representation" (with Matthew Hayes), has been accepted for publication in Political Behavior.
April 29, 2016
 David Fortunato's paper, "Heuristics in Context" (with Randy Stevenson), has been accepted for publication inPolitical Science Research and Methods.
April 28, 2016
Graduate student Chanita Intawan has been awarded the 2016-2017 President’s Dissertation Year Fellowship, a highly competitive campus-wide fellowship.
April 26, 2016
 Haifeng Huang's paper "Media, Protest Diffusion, and Authoritarian Resilience" was accepted for publication inPolitical Science Research and Methods.
April 25, 2016
David Fortunato was interviewed for an article on concealed guns in the Sacramento Bee
April 25, 2016
David Fortunato's paper, "All Economics Is Local: Spatial Aggregations of Economic Information" (with Laron Williams and Clint Swift), was accepted for publication in Political Science Research and Methods.
April 19, 2016
Professor Steve Nicholson and and graduate student Chelsea Coe's paper, "The Politics of Beauty: The Effects of Partisan Bias on Physical Attractiveness" (with Jason Emory and Anna V. Song), was accepted by Political Behavior and is now available on the journal's website.
April 19, 2016
 James Lo, Postdoctoral Research Associate in political science at Princeton University, will give a talk titled, "Fast Estimation of Ideal Points with Massive Data" (with Kosuke Imai and Jonathan Olmsted, forthcoming in the American Political Science Review), on Wednesday, April...
April 10, 2016
 Alex Theodoridis gave a talk titled, "What Goes with Red and Blue? Assessing Partisan Cognition Through Conjoint Classification experiments," in the American Politics Workshop at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on April 4, 2016.
March 31, 2016
Undergraduate student Joshua Mason presented a paper titled "Incentives to Know: Differences in State Level Policy Knowledge" at the Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting last week in San Diego.