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Graduate Student Research in Political Science

Matthew Saintsing '15M did field research on Kenyan security policy. This picture was taken in Amboseli National Park in Kenya.

Political Science Opportunities

Political Science graduate students have the opportunity to conduct research with faculty advisers who are widely recognized for their research in a number of areas, including U.S. politics as well as current events happening around the world, including Africa and the Middle East.

Faculty research areas include:

  • American Politics
  • Public Policy
  • Comparative Politics
  • International Relations
  • Political Theory
  • Law and Politics

Students should consult the list of Faculty Research Areas and reach out to faculty with whom they might want to work.

Recent Graduate Student News

Political Science students Sarah Strinka and Alissa Iwaniuk are winners of the Karen Jenkins-King undergraduate and graduate paper awards for 2018. Iwaniuk, a second-year student completing the M.A. in Political Science, received this years Jenkins-King Award for best graduate essay. Her essay, “When Worlds Collide: The Intersection of Eurasian Regionalism, […]

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political science graduate students – Ohio University | College of Arts & Sciences Apr 20

Six students from the Political Science Department presented their work at the 2018 Student Research and Creative Activity Expo on April 12. Five hailed from the Honors Tutorial Program, the sixth from the M.A. program in Political Science. Four of the six presenters received awards. HTC student Reiya Bhat received […]

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political science graduate students – Ohio University | College of Arts & Sciences Apr 15

Political Science graduate student Fatma Jabbari recently presented a paper on“The Discursive Production of Citizenship and SocialIdentity in Textbooks: The Case of Tunisia,” at the Annual Convention of the International Studies Association in San Francisco April 4-7. Jabbari’s paper,connected to her thesis project on the Arab uprising in Tunisia, involved […]

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political science graduate students – Ohio University | College of Arts & Sciences Apr 13

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