2016 Fall

C-SPAN Research Conference Resesarching the C-SPAN Archives Call for Papers

Maintaining Civility Disagreeing without being disagreeable in election season - See more at: http://purdue.imodules.com/s/1461/alumni/feature.aspx?sid=1461&gid=1001&pgid=5133#sthash.FQhs7u8n.bcqH3nEk.dpuf

Students turn out to election watch party

Seigrist takes IN District 26 seat

11/8/16 Election 2016

Purdue professor takes an in-depth look into presidential politics

Purdue expert explains the Electoral College

What Happens if Donald Trump Loses and Won't Concede?

Election Day Special: Our Interview with Political Scientist James McCann About the History of the Concession Speech

Faculty honored for years of service: Congratulations Political Science department honorees: Suzanne Parker, 10 yrs., Rosalee Clawson, 20 yrs., Jay McCann, 25 yrs., and Robert Browning 35 yrs.!

Purdue holds Election Night Watch Party

Community invited to Purdue's Election Night Watch Party

Dean David A. Reingold congratulates Nadia Brown, associate professor of Political Science and African American Studies and University Scholar on her recently published book, Distinct Identities: Minority Women in U.S. Politics

Knight: 'Locker-room banter' at Wrigley might drift to Trump

Third-party alternatives to Trump, Clinton lose support as election nears

David R. Johnson a part of multihazard research project team with $4.1 million NSF award

Purdue political science professor weighs in on VP debate

Travel Office announces guideline changes

Manjana Milkoreit, Co-Editor, announcing: 2016 Climate Fiction Short Story Contest winners and Everything Change anthology

Nadia Brown: tonight's presidential debate: Calling out sexism at the debate could actually be bad for women in politics

Reclaiming the Atmospheric Commons: The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative and a New Model of Emissions Trading by 

Jay McCann gives his views of minor party candidates: Minor parties could act as spoilers in US election

Comparing the medical histories of Clinton, Trump, Romney and Obama

Purdue University sets up in-depth Black Lives Matter discussion

2016 election will be the focus of fall series

September 13th panel discussion to focus on Black Live Matters

Our first steps: Cuban, American student art symbolizes international reparations

Trump's foreign policy is too dangerous for Israel

Presidential Nominees Ignore Women of Color at Their Peril

Writ in Water: Millimeters to the End of the World

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