Featured Project:

Longitudinal Study of American Youth (LSAY)

The LSAY is a three-cohort two-generation longitudinal study of public school students in the United States. The two original cohorts consisted of national probability samples of 7th and 10th grade students selected in 1987. With continued support from the NSF, the LSAY will launch a new cohort of 7th grade students in the fall of 2014.
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LSAY

Events

  • CPS Workshop - Victor Ottati (Loyola Univ)
    “Affect and Moral Condemnation: Déjà vu”
    Wed, April 16, 2014, noon-1:30pm, 6006 ISR
    * Lunch will be provided
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  • CPS Workshop - Adam Levine & Yanna Krupnikov
    “TBA”
    Wed, April 23, 2014, noon-1:30pm, 6006 ISR
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  • CPS Workshop - Tali Mendelberg (Princeton)
    “TBA”
    Wed, April 30, 2014, noon-1:30pm, 6006 ISR
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News

The Hanes Walton, Jr. Endowment for Graduate Study in Racial and Ethnic Politics

Hanes Walton Hanes Walton transformed a field. With his books on black politics, he created the theoretical and empirical building blocks for the study of African-American politics and political behavior. He was a key mentor to generations of scholars in the field. We’re extremely pleased to announce an endowed scholarship fund in his name. read more ...

Robert Franzese Robert Franzese inducted at Fellows of the Society for Political Methodology
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Anne Pitcher Anne Pitcher's Book Received Honorable Mention
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Nancy Burns Nancy Burns to Receive Outstanding Achievement Award
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Skip Lupia Arthur Lupia Receives the Ithiel de Sola Pool Award
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