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The use of Twitter and other social media as a means of presidential communication.
Hahrie Han to participate in Santa Barbara-based political education speaker series group SPARC (Sparking Political Action Responses & Change) — on Wed March 14th.
The AP-NORC study by Sarah Anderson of UCSB and Jon Krosnick and Bo MacInnis at Stanford proves that Americans' frustration with whose voices are represented in congress is surprisingly bipartisan.
"The spread of advanced technologies may be the central security challenge of the 21st century,” said Neil Narang
Come join us and celebrate the arrival of The Year of the Dog
2824 Ellison Hall
Wednesday February 15
Hats off to UCSB's Pi Sigma Alpha (Political Science Honor Society) upon their receving a $500 grant.
Congratulations to undergraduates Eduardo Paez and Natalia Arguello-Inglis who were awarded the Larry Adams Scholarship for Fall 2017.
Interest rates up? Stocks down? Benjamin Cohen puts it all in perspective.
Professor Narang's research is among seven of a record 84 proposals to receive the 2017 Carrie Chapman Catt Prize.
Bssed on a forecasting model originally developed by political scientists Michael Lewis-Beck and Tom Rice, Professor Smith anticipates Republicans could lose 38 seats and House majority.