Posts Tagged ‘ Political Science ’

    nate_sans_r-l Student Urges Action on Nuclear Sub Proliferation
    On a semester studying nonproliferation and terrorism studies at Monterey, Nate Sans penned an essay for the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists.

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    philanthropy_group_sm Class Assignment: Give Away $100,000
    Students in a Winter Term course just made grants to charities of their choice totaling $100,000, thanks to a grant from the Once Upon A Time Foundation.

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    pundits_caricature 607x406 Professor Pundits: VICTORY…for Political Scientists
    Middlebury's Professor Pundits wrap up their year-long commentary series with some surprising insights on the election.

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    pundits_caricature Professor Pundits: The Expectations Game
    In their final commentary before the election, the Professor Pundits look at the electoral map and tell us what they'll be watching for on election night.

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    pundits_caricature Professor Pundits: Will Women Decide the Presidential Race?
    President Obama's lead among women voters is slipping as the presidential race tightens in the final weeks.

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    pundits_caricature 607x406 Professor Pundits: Who’s Ahead? It’s Debatable.
    One presidential debate down, two to go. Our pundits look at many factors that will influence the race from here on.

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    pundits_caricature 607x406 Professor Pundits: Things That Go Bump…Or Not
    If either presidential candidate was hoping for a big post-convention bump in the polls, both may be disappointed.

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    pundits_caricature Professor Pundits: What Do You Get for $400 Million?
    Despite the Obama campaign's widely-reported early spending spree, the two candidates remain in a statistical dead heat.

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    pundits_caricature 607x406 Professor Pundits: “Healthcare Ruling: Campaign Friend or Foe?”
    What does the Supreme Court ruling mean for the presidential campaigns? Our pundits tackle this question in their latest edition.

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    pundits_caricature 607x406 Professor Pundits: Watching Wisconsin
    Does Wisconsin's recall election matter in the presidential race? And why didn't President Obama jump into the fray? The Professor Pundits fill us in.

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    pundits_caricature 607x406 Professor Pundits: Base Hit
    Romney's base is coming to life, and what will Obama's same-sex marriage pronouncement mean in the election?

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    pundits_caricature 607x406 Professor Pundits: And the winner is…
    With Santorum out and Gingrich close behind him, the Republican primary race is all but over.

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    pundits_caricature 607x406 Professor Pundits: Why GDP is Catnip for Political Scientists
    This month's GDP report could be a key factor in the general election.

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    pundits_caricature 607x406 Professor Pundits: Sorting Out Super Tuesday
    The Professor Pundits offer insight into what happened on Super Tuesday and what to expect going forward.

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    pundits_caricature Professor Pundits: Big Win in Florida, But Challenges Ahead for Mitt
    Mitt Romney enjoyed a decisive primary win in Florida, but it would be a mistake to assume smooth sailing to the end.

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    pundits_caricature 607x406 Professor Pundits: Is Newt Shaking Up Political Science Wisdom?
    Our pundits, professors Matt Dickinson and Bert Johnson, take up this question and other election topics in our latest edition.

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    pundits_caricature 607x406 Professor Pundits: Super PACs and South Carolina
    As Iowa and New Hampshire fade in the rear-view mirror, our pundits discuss who will make it out of South Carolina.

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    pundits_caricature 607x406 Professor Pundits: Who’s Got Iowa Momentum? (And Does it Really Matter?)
    Cain's out. Gingrich is flying high. Romney's nervous. Our professor pundits weigh in on the primary campaign.

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    pundits_caricature Professor Pundits: Gaffes, Grievances, and Godfather’s
    Our periodic check-in with Middlebury political scientists Matt Dickinson and Bert Johnson.

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    pundits_caricature 607x406 The Professor Pundits
    Two Middlebury political scientists talk campaign politics.