Graduate Student Spotlights
Our graduate students in the Northwestern Political Science Department show a commitment to learning through research with independent and collaborative efforts. These spotlights emphasize their innovative research interests, teaching experiences, dissertations, fellowships, publications and overall excellence of the graduate students during their time at Northwestern University. Through their intellectual persistence, the graduate students model exemplary leadership in their pursuits to solve and analyze the problems and phenomena within the realm of political science.
- Justin Zimmerman discusses the importance of magnifying marginalized voices in politics and academia
- Amanda D'Urso presents "Strategic Failure? The Impact of Failed Legislation on Enacted Legislation" at CAB 2018
- Adam Howat discusses "The Role of Value Perceptions in Intergroup Conflict and Cooperation" at CAB 2018
- Matthew Nelson presents "Teaching Citizenship: Race and the Behavioral Effects of American Civic Education" at CAB 2018
- Julia Valdes discusses "Do Individuals Prefer to Lobby Businesses?" at CAB 2018