Professor Daniel Ziblatt is the recipient of the American Political Science Association's 2018 Woodrow Wilson Award
June 12, 2018
Professor Daniel Ziblatt is the recipient of the American Political Science Association's 2018 Woodrow Wilson Award, which is awarded annually for the best book on government, politics, or international affairs, for his book Conservative Parties and the Birth of Democracy
Professor Dustin Tingley, together with the formergraduate students Molly Roberts and Brandon Stewart, was announced as the winner of the 2018 Society for Political Methodology Statistical Software Award for stm: An R package for Structural Topic Models. Structural topic models have enhanced and advanced the use of topic modeling for diverse text corpora by encompassing metadata and structure at the document level in model estimation....
Christoph Mikulaschek is the recipient of this year's APSA Merze Tate Award for the best dissertation successfully defended during the previous two years in the field of international relations, law, and politics. It is entitled, “The Power of the Weak: How Informal Power-Sharing Shapes the Work of the United Nations Security Council.”
Professor Kenneth Shepslehas been named one of the Walter Channing Cabot Fellows for 2018. Walter Channing Cabot Fellow fellowships are given annually to few faculty in recognition of their achievements and scholarly eminence in the fields of literature, history or art. The award reflects Professor Shepsle's outstanding contributions to his field, including the publication of his recent book, Rule...
Professor Jon Rogowski's and Aaron Kaufman’s 2017 APSA conference paper “Interbranch Conflict, Unilateral Action, and the Presidency” is the recipient of APSA Section Presidential and Executive Politics’ 2018 Founders Best Paper Award Honoring Dom Bonafede.