January 22, 2021

political science

  1. October 5, 2020

    UM-Dearborn political scientist breaks down 2020 election outlook

    Julio Borquez, associate professor of political science, offers his insights as to why the 2020 election won’t be like any other and what our prospects may be for surviving it.

  2. February 3, 2020

    Latest teach-out focuses on presidential election process

    U-M is encouraging learners to dialogue, to participate and to gain greater insights into the U.S. presidential election process through “Why Iowa? A Primer on Primaries and Caucuses Teach-Out.”

  3. November 5, 2018

    Q&A: Elections forensics help gauge legitimacy of outcomes

    Walter Mebane, professor of political science and statistics, discusses statistical methods to determine whether election results accurately reflect the intentions of the electors.

  4. July 16, 2018

    Political scientist Arthur Lupia named head of NSF program

    The National Science Foundation has selected U-M researcher Arthur Lupia to serve as the head of its Directorate for Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences.

  5. April 26, 2018

    Political scientist Yuen Yuen Ang named Carnegie Fellow

    Yuen Yuen Ang, associate professor of political science, has received an Andrew Carnegie Fellowship, which comes with $200,000 for up to two years of significant research and writing.

  6. October 16, 2017

    Course promotes search for political common ground, solutions

    Can Republicans and Democrats agree on anything at all? That’s one of the questions being explored in a new undergraduate course at LSA.

  7. February 10, 2014

    Gaming-focused teaching style motivates, engages students

    Mika LaVaque-Manty’s ​Introduction to Political Theory class involves a relatively new teaching innovation: using the principles of gaming to teach material.