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Welcome to the Fall 2013 Semester

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Torch Scholars reflect on life-​​changing experiences

Political Science Senior Sara Harris was one of several members of the third graduating class of the Torch Scholars who reflected on their experience in the program at a luncheon on Thursday afternoon in the Raytheon Amphitheater.  Click here to read more…

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Congratulations Class of 2013!!!

North­eastern cel­e­brated its 111th com­mence­ment at TD Garden on Friday, May 3, 2013.  The graduate ceremony took place later that day at Matthews Arena.  The Department congratulates all of its hardworking students who completed their degrees this past week.  Click here to see photos of the ceremonies…

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Professor Miles on VOA French-to-Africa TV discussing Counterterrorism

ON April 25th, Professor William Miles was interview on “The Washington Forum” a VOA French-to-Africa TV production.  To see and hear his input on the program please follow this link and proceed to minute 6:00.

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The global rise and fall of pension privatization

Professor Mitchell Orenstein has had an article published in Governance.  His article argues that ideational as well as fiscal factors caused a temporary halt to the privatization trend.  “The tables turned in 2005,” Orenstein says, “with the rise of anti-privatization critiques within the World Bank and the high-profile rejection of pension privatization in the United […]

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Faculty Experts Reflect on the Boston Marathon Bombing

Professors David Lazer and Stephen Flynn were amongst the faculty experts present at the fourth event in Northeastern’s yearlong educational series on civic sustainability.  This last event focused on the recent bombings in Boston, with discussions on suspect motivation, the importance of resilience, and the role of social media.  Read more…

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How mobile phone data can improve emergency response

“Are you okay?”  Words like these appeared on the screens of mil­lions of Boston res­i­dents’ and vis­i­tors’ mobile phones on April 15, the day two bombs exploded near the Boston Marathon finish line.  Read more…

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The Boston Marathon Bombing and Its Aftermath

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Four Things Boston Teaches us about Handling Terror

Stephen Flynn, founding co-director of the George J. Kostas Research Institute for Homeland Security and a professor of political science here at Northeastern University wrote a follow-up piece to his appreance on CNN this past weekend.

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3Qs: Boston Shows Compassion, Resiliency in Face of Tragedy

Stephen Flynn is the founding co-​​director of Northeastern’s George J. Kostas Research Insti­tute for Home­land Secu­rity and an expert in com­mu­nity resilience and crit­ical infra­struc­ture pro­tec­tion with a fac­ulty appoint­ment in the Depart­ment of Polit­ical Sci­ence. In spite of the dearth of clues and ram­pant uncer­tainty, the community’s rapid response to the attack, he said, […]

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“We’re All One”

North­eastern stu­dents reflect on the tragic events at the 2013 Boston Marathon and the impor­tance of coming together as a com­mu­nity in sol­i­darity to sup­port one other.  

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Professor Orenstein Book translated to Polish

Professor Mitchell Orenstein, Chair of the Department of Political Science, had his book, Privatizing Pensions: The Transnational Campaign for Social Security Reform translated and published in Poland.  For a review of the Polish publication of this work please click here…

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Professor Crotty’s New Book Published

Winning the Presidency 2012 (Paradigm, 2013), a book edited and co-authored by Professor William Crotty, just came out in print and was featured by Paradigm Publishers at the MPSA (Midwest Poli Sci Annual Mtg) in Boston last week.

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Political Science Undergraduate featured in Northeastern Magazine

University Scholar and Political Science major, Rose Leopold, was one of three students featured in Northeastern’s Alumni Magazine.  To read more about Rose and the University Scholar’s program please click here…

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Faculty Senate Approves New Master’s Program in Security and Resiliency Studies

Wednesday, the Master of Science in Security and Resiliency Studies program was approved at the Faculty Senate meeting. The program, created primarily through the efforts of several full-time faculty in the Department of Political Science, will provide an interdisciplanary focus on key issues related to security and resiliency. Read more here…

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PhD Dissertation Defense- Christopher Cunningham

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PhD Student Co-writes Analysis on Voting Trends in Boston

PhD student, James Sutherland, co-wrote a recent article in Commonwealth Magazine, with former Boston City Council President, James S. DiCara.  The article provides a geographic analysis of shifting voting trends in Boston and how they differ during National, State, and Local elections.  Click here to read the article…

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PhD Dissertation Defense- David Smith

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PhD Dissertation Defense- Chris Chanyasulkit

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PhD Dissertation Defense- Johannes Eijmberts

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Alumna writes the book on ‘Whitey’ Bulger

Shelley Murphy, who grad­u­ated from North­eastern in 1980 with a degree in polit­ical sci­ence, cov­ered the Bulger case for The Boston Herald and The Boston Globe, where she now reports on orga­nized crime, home­land secu­rity, and legal affairs. She returned to her alma mater yes­terday to dis­cuss her new book, Whitey Bulger: America’s Most Wanted […]

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Heroism in the Holocaust

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PhD Candidate honored by Local Nonprofit

PhD Candidate, Chris Chanyasulkit, has been featured in the newsletter, of ASPIRE, Asian Sisters Participating in Reaching Excellence.  Chris will also be speaking on her involvement in the community on April 18th in an ASPIRE event.  Read more…

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White House Internship Reveals Promise of Social Business

Laura Mueller-Soppart, now on co-op with Massachusetts’ Federal Grants Management Office, a division of the Executive Office for Administration and Finance, realized the potential for social enterprise to create powerful change while working on the Obama administration’s Domestic Policy Council.  Read more here…

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Presidents’ Day Lecture- “The Role of Anger”

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PhD Candidate Blogging about Politics

Chris Chanyasulkit, PhD Candidate, recently added to her many activities related to local politics, including serving on the Brookline Town Meeting and as a member of the MA Commission on the Status of Women, by becoming a blogger with Brookline.com.  To read about Chris’s most recent blog post on Women in Office please click here…

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Congratulations to Professor Rodine-Hardy on new book

In her new book, Professor Kirsten L. Rodine-Hardy argues that international organizations – not national governments or market forces – are the primary drivers of policy convergence in the important arena of telecommunications regulation: they create and shape preferences for reform and provide forums for expert discussions and the emergence of policy standards. Yet she […]

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Notes from the Field- Some “Borderline” Activity in West Africa

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Critical Social Theory Cluster

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Critical Social Theory Cluster off to Strong Start

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Students Join Global Leaders’ Climate Change Mission

Last month, three North­eastern stu­dents attended the 18th United Nations Frame­work Con­ven­tion on Cli­mate Change in Doha, Qatar. The event ran from Nov. 26 to Dec. 8, and con­vened some 19,000 del­e­gates from more than 190 coun­tries to nego­tiate a frame­work for reducing green­house gas emissions.  Read more…

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FACULTY WORKS-IN-PROGRESS COLLOQUIUM SERIES: Building Social-Ecological Cities

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FACULTY WORKS-IN-PROGRESS COLLOQUIUM SERIES: “Global Markets and Government Regulation in Telecommunications”

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Notes from the Field- Democracy Up Close in Somaliland: Reflections of an International Election Observer

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Global Social Policy

Professor Mitchell Orenstein served as a guest editor for a Special Issue on Governing Pension Fund Capitalism in Times of Uncertainty published by Global Social Policy.  Please click here to read more…

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MPA Student Earns Congressional Recognition

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O’Rourke Scholarship Awarded

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Professor Vicino has new book Published

Professor Thomas Vicino’s new book, Suburban Crossroads: The Fight for Local Control of Immigration Policy, (Lexington Books) is being published on December 16, 2012.  Please click her for more information…

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PhD Candidate wins Dissertation Completion Fellowship

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An Update from the O’Neil Chair in Public Life

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PhD Candidate to Join Faculty at Bentley University

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Engaged Leader of Student Veterans

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New PhD Candidates

The Department wishes to congratulate the following PhD students on reaching Doctoral Candidacy:  Claudia Larson, Jennapher Lunde-Seefeldt, and Yipin Wu.

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On Presidential Campaigns, A Look Forward

Titled “The Presidential Election of 2012: A Blue or Red Future“, this year’s O’Neil conference, a day-long event which included speakers both from Northeastern and invited guests was a great success.  Read more

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Thinking “TransAtlantic”

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3Qs: America’s First ‘Pacific President’

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Northeastern Students Attending UN Climate Change Conference in Doha

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Political Science Students at Veterans Day Ceremony

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Newest NU-PR Published

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Election 2012: All-​​Day Analysis

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Professor Interviewed on WBUR

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3Qs: Sandy’s Impact on the Election

Michael Dukakis, Distinguished Professor of Political Science, discusses what the devastating hurricane might mean for the presidential race – and how the Electoral College factors into the equation.  Read more…

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Co-​​op Hits the Campaign Trail

Two political science students, seniors Kate Buckley and Mike Fox, are leading campus campaign efforts on behalf of Massachusetts senate candidates Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren.  Read more…

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3Qs: Lessons from Sandy

Hur­ri­cane Sandy killed dozens and left mil­lions in the dark. Stephen Flynn, the founding co-​​director of Northeastern’s George J. Kostas Research Insti­tute for Home­land Secu­rity, and an expert in com­mu­nity resilience and crit­ical infra­struc­ture pro­tec­tion, sug­gests that the key to with­standing such fierce nat­ural dis­as­ters lies in taking care of our nation’s crit­ical infrastructure.  Read […]

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Election Day 2012 at NU

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‘The Year of the Woman’: 40 Years after Title IX

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Money and Memes in Politics

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NUPR- Interview with Elizabeth Warren

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Professor Gilbert on Town Hall Debate

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3 Questions: VP Debates

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Communities in Congressional Campaign Finance Networks and the Emergence of the Establishment Challenger

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Who inherits the state? Colonial rule and post-colonial conflict

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Summers versus Mankiw: How to Recover the Economy

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Review of “Half the Sky”

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Data for the Debates

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The World’s First ‘Internet Jews’

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“The Year of the Woman: 40 Years after Title IX”

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Fall 2012 O’Neill Conference Announced

Details on the speakers for the The Presidential Election of 2012: A Red or Blue Future?, a conference sponsored by the Thomas P. O’Neill Chair in Public Life, Professor William Crotty, are now available.

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The Political Science Department to host ‘Think Transatlantic’ Week

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Election Night Viewing Party

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Campaign 2012- “Assessing the Debates and the Homestretch”

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Campaign 2012- “Direct Democracy and Ballot Questions”

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Campaign 2012- Presidential Debate Viewing

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Campaign 2012

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Vice Presidential Debate Viewing Party

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Viewing of First Presidential Debate: “Domestic Policy”

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Campaign 2012: Religion at the Ballot Box

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Campaign 2012: Brown vs. Warren and the U.S. Congress

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Gilbert on “Dangerous Political Territory”

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Dukakis moderates First Open-Classroom Discussion

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Advice for New Freshmen

Professor Denise Horn was amongst those offering advice to our new freshman.  Click here to read the comments from her and other professors…

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Book Launch- The Jews of Nigeria: An Afro-Judaic Odyssey

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The Presidency: Romney versus Obama

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Forest of Advocacy

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Congratulations, Rob A. DeLeo

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Taking the Plunge- Research in Lebanon

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PhD Alum Lands Position in Japan

David Green has just been appointed as an Assistant Prof. of Political Science at Nagoya University, ranked among Japan’s top 10 universities for many years. (Most universities are public in Japan.) His position is in the Graduate School of Law, which houses both the law and political science faculties, and is distinct from the university’s […]

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New Book On Computational Analysis and Terrorism

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Professor Sliva at Cybersecurity Conference in Sarajevo

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Professor Miles’ New Book on Jewish Population in Nigeria

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Campaign 2012 – “Electing the U.S. President”

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Moving Beyond the Conventions

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Leveraging the Power of the Presidency

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A Post-Election Analysis

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Health Care- “Obamacare” and its Future/ Medicare-Medicaid

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From the Battlefield to the Classroom

Michael Trudeau, Political Science Student and President of Northeastern’s Stu­dent Vet­erans Orga­ni­za­tion, was a key player in organizing orientation events for and about Veteran’s pursuing degrees here at Northeastern University. Read more here…

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PhD Workshop- Dissertation Proposal Presentations

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PhD Workshop- Applying for Grants

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PhD Workshop- Going on the Job Market: Academic vs. Non-academic Tracks

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PhD Workshop- Preparing for the Comprehensive Exams

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PhD Workshop- Essential Elements of the Dissertation Proposal

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PhD Workshop- Fall 2012 Dissertation Proposal Presentations

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PhD Workshop- Publication Strategies

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PhD Workshop- Building a Teaching Portfolio

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PhD Workshop- Introduction to the Workshop and Essential Elements of the Dissertation Proposal

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Partisan Politics and the Party Platform

Professors Crotty and Mayer provide some insight on the Republican Convention in this recent addition of 3 Q’s on NU News. Read more…

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PhD Candidate Dissertation Defense

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Professor Gilbert’s Top 5

Click here to read about the top 5 TV ads from past Presidential Elections, according to Robert gilbert, Edward W. Brooke Professor of Political Science!

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Crisis and Governance in the EU- Lecture Series

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Crisis and Governance in the EU- Lecture Series

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Defending the “Soul of the Senate”

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The 2012 Constitution Day Lecture- “The Idea of a Color Blind Constitution”

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New Website on the Election Process

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Professor Crotty’s Views on Romney VP Pick

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Political Science News- Summer 2012

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Works-in- Progress Colloquium Series

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Self-Destruct: Why Economic Paradigms Rise and Fall

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Students Honored at Spring Awards Dinner

This year’s Political Science Recognition dinner was held in April, with the incomparable Master of Ceremony, Professor Woody Kay, overseeing both the evening, the laughs, and the awards. The event was sponsored by the Political Science Department and the Delta Gamma Chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha, the Political Science Honorary Society.

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EDF Climate Corps Fellowship

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MAPC- Internships

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Save the Harbor/ Save the Bay Internships

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Strong Connections to International Engagement

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The Presidential Election of 2012: A Blue or Red Future

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Governor’s Internship Program

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Greenovate Boston Fellowship

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Panel Discussion on Affordable Care Act

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Newton City Hall

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Co-op Update: Euro­pean Public Law Orga­ni­za­tion

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Professor Crotty’s Book Reviewed in Choice

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Professor Flynn testifies before Senate committee

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Building Social Businesses in Bali

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Professor Mayer wins APSA Paper Award

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The Bruce Wallin Memorial Internship Award

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Professor Sullivan Co-leads trip to Jordan

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The State of the 2012 Presidential Campaigns

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Network Analysis and Political Donations

See this video showing in visual terms the flow of money into the political campaign over the year between March 2011 and February 2012. This research is coming out of the lab of Professor David Lazer. Read more here>>>

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PhD Candidate appointed to the Asian American Commission

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Graduate Programs- Fall 2012 Orientation

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The Significance of Obama’s Endorsement of Same-​​sex Marriage

Robert Gilbert, the Edward W. Brooke Pro­fessor of Polit­ical Sci­ence , recently provided an assessment the social and polit­ical impli­ca­tions of Obama’s announce­ment regarding gay-marriage, which has largely been viewed as a sym­bolic ges­ture by both pun­dits and White House aides.  Read more…  

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Congratulations!!!

The Department wishes to congratulate all undergraduate and graduate students who completed their degrees on May 4, 2012. To read more and see video of the ceremonies, click here>>

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“Jewish? African?” Being Both, as Told by a Spiritual Pioneer

On March 14, the spiritual leader of one of the most extraordinary minority groups to emerge in modern times – the Jews of the West African nation of Cameroon – spoke on campus. Professor William Miles of the Political Science department organized the evening event, which was attended by many of the students from his […]

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Department Honors Master’s and Doctoral Students

On April 27, 2012 the Department of Political Science honored MA, MPA, and PhD students completing their degrees this year in a Morning Coffee Reception.  Click here for photos of the event>>>

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Students Set for Cultural Immersion in Brazil

The students engaging in Professor Thomas Vicino’s annual faculty led trip to Brazil had the honor of meeting Ambas­sador Fer­nando de Mello Bar­reto, Consul Gen­eral of Brazil in Boston. Read More>>>

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Professor Flynn Testifies at Congressional Hearing

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Identifying the ‘Engines of Change’ in the Middle East

Since the Arab Spring began in late 2010, rulers in Libya, Egypt and Tunisia have been ousted while other upris­ings have spread throughout the Arab world — cap­ti­vating the globe’s … read more »

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Graduate Programs- Commencement Reception

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Tackling Global Challenges through Experiential Learning

Political Science undergraduates were amongst those honored for exceptional co-op experiences.  Read more…

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New Chair to Head Department of Political Science

We are very happy to report that Professor Mitchell A. Orenstein will be joining Northeastern University in August 2012 as the new Chair of the Department of Political Science. Professor Orenstein is a scholar of international politics focusing on the political economy of transition in Central and Eastern Europe, pension privatization worldwide, and the role […]

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Co-op, Alumnus Strive to Make Campaign ‘Effortless’

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Examining the Affordable Care Act

Professor Michael Tolley was amongst those speaking on a panel about the U.S. Supreme Court’s hearing of arguments related to the Affordable Health Care Act.  Read more…

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PhD Dissertation Defense- David Green

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3Qs: Representing a New Syria

The Northeastern International Relations Council, tied for first in a recent Model Arab League competition.  Read More…

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Northeastern Leads Congressional Briefing on Cybersecurity

Professor Stephen Flynn presented at a congressional briefing on cybersecurity on Wednesday, March 21.  Read more…

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Building Bridges of Peace and Coexistence

Sheikh Ali Gomaa, the Grand Mufti of Egypt, spoke at Northeastern on March 19, 2012.  In his lecture he urged leaders in America and in the Muslim world to engage in constructive dialogue.  Read more

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PhD Dissertation Defense

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3Qs: Few Surprises on Super Tuesday

Ten states held primaries or caucuses on Super Tuesday, one of the biggest days of this year’s election season. We asked Professor William Crotty, the Thomas P. O’Neill Chair in Public Life, to weigh in on the latest election results.  Read More…

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Professor Miles Speaks at Maxwell School

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An Inside Look at Politics

Several Northeastern students are completing co-ops and internships at the Massachusetts State House for the Patrick administration. Read more>>

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Professional Master’s Degrees in Public Policy Open House

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MPA Program moves up in US News and World Report Rankings

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The Department was very glad to see verification of the hardwork of our faculty, staff and students in the newest US News and Word Report Rankings.  In a span of just three years the program has moved up in the rankings by nearly 30 places.  To view the new rankings and learn more on the […]

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PhD Candidate Dissertation- Marian Gheorghe Simion

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Lobbying on Beacon Hill

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IRC Nabs Top International Model NATO Honors

Northeastern’s International Relations Council, which also runs model Arab League and United Nations programs, fielded two delegations representing the United Kingdom and Lithuania in the international competition, at the International Model NATO Conference in Washington, D.C. earlier this month.   Read more…

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Phd Spring Workshop- Conference Participation

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Graduate Programs Information Session

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When AI meets Political Science

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3Qs: All eyes on Iowa caucuses

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3Qs: Seeing politics from the front lines

As the Republican presidential contenders engaged in a full-court press of campaigning ahead of today’s New Hampshire primary, a group of 17 political science students were in the Granite State on Sunday to experience it first-hand.  Read more…

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3Qs: What will come from new leadership in North Korea?

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State Auditor- Suzanne Bump

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3Qs: What’s Next for Europe?

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Dukakis and Portz’s New Book on the Leader-Manager

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PhD Spring Workshop Series- Applying for Grants

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PhD Spring Workshop Series- Getting Started on the Dissertation

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Professor Wallin Memorial Service

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3Qs: Super PACs changing landscape of U.S. politics

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Professor Crotty delivers Lecture to Alumni as part of Insights Series

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Blogging at the DOER

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Professor Miles Speaks at Roundtable

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3Qs: What will come of Egypt’s Elections?

After a week of clashes with the military council, Egyptians cast their ballots in the first parliamentary elections since Hosni Mubarak was removed from power. We asked Professor of Political Science Denis Sullivan, director of Northeastern’s Middle East Center for Peace, Culture and Development, to assess this historic event. Read more…

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Students Seek to Bag Global Pollution

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NU Delegation at Climate Talks in Durban South Africa

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PhD Spring Workshop Series- Dissertation Proposals

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