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UC San Diego Professor Barbara F. Walter Elected to the National Academy of Sciences

May 5, 2023

Barbara F. Walter, professor of political science at the University of California San Diego’s School of Global Policy and Strategy, has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences.

Americans Would Rather Harm Their Own Political Cause than Help an Opposing One

November 28, 2022

Both Democrats and Republicans would rather take away funding from their political party than give money to the other party, reveals a new University of California San Diego Rady School of Management study.

Poked to Vote

January 24, 2013

…San Diego professor of political science in the Division of Social Sciences and of medical genetics in the School of Medicine. If you logged into Facebook on Election Day 2012, you may have seen – along with political rants and raves from your friends (and pictures of cats) – a…

A Legacy of Support for UC San Diego Students

December 14, 2022

Former lecturer Peter Galderisi, and his wife, Holly Gottschalk Galderisi, have committed to providing support to establish the Galderisi-Gottschalk Political Science Internship Endowment and the Gottschalk-Galderisi Women’s Athletic Endowment at UC San Diego.

Voting Boost

December 15, 2022

Election research pioneered by UC San Diego political scientist Zoltan Hajnal is not only having a real-world impact in California, but is starting to take root beyond the state.

Using History to Address Inequality

October 29, 2015

…this decade’s most talked-about political book: “Capital in the Twenty-First Century.” Piketty, a professor at the Paris School of Economics, has been compared to such great economic thinkers as Adam Smith, John Maynard Keynes and Karl Marx. The main topic of Piketty’s work? Income inequality. “Through exhaustive and painstaking research,…

Award-Winning Blog by IR/PS Professor Tackles Most Pressing Problems in World’s Conflict Zones

April 9, 2015

…belief and why the political science professor at the School of International Relations and Pacific Studies (IR/PS) launched Political Violence @ a Glance, a blog designed to consistently produce expert analysis of problems related to violence and protest in the world’s conflict zones. Founded by Walter and Erica Chenoweth of…

Political Scientist Sam Popkin to Speak Nov. 1 on the Race to Win the White House

October 18, 2012

Timely behind-the-scenes insights into the current presidential campaign and those of past challengers will be offered by Samuel Popkin, noted political scientist and author, during a free lecture at noon, Nov. 1, in the Geisel Library at UC San Diego.

Interactive Website Provides Nonpartisan Information on Statewide Initiatives

October 18, 2012

…and the department of political science at UC San Diego. UC San Diego’s Thad Kousser, associate professor of political science in the Division of Social Sciences, is one of the experts involved in California Choices since its beginnings two years ago. “CaliforniaChoices.org is designed to help voters make informed decisions,”…

Political Scientist LaGina Gause Probes the Power of Protest

June 2, 2022

UC San Diego political scientist LaGina Gause discusses her new book, “The Advantage of Disadvantage. Photo credit: Kevin Walsh Photography. Political Scientist LaGina Gause Probes the Power of Protest Gause’s new book makes a novel argument: Protests by marginalized groups are more likely to spur change, despite the obstacles and…

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