Tuesday, September 29, 2015
APSA  Award Winners 2015: Qualitative and Multi-Method Research Honorable Mention:  Katherine Michel and Christopher Krogslund, "Can QCA Do Causal Inference" Best Graduate Student Poster in Law and Courts, APSA 2015: Ryan Hubert and James Hicks JSP, co-author 
Thursday, September 10, 2015
Congratulations to Professor John Zysman and former Graduate Student Nina Kelsey for their collaborative effort on "Winning Coalitions for Climate Policy: Green Industrial Policy Builds Support for Carbon Regulation", published September 11, 2015 in Science.Click here for more in-depth information
Thursday, August 6, 2015
Professor Thad Dunning has received the David Collier Mid-Career Achievement Award. This award honors David Collier’s contributions-through his research, graduate teaching, and institution-building-as a founder of the qualitative and multi-method research movement in contemporary political science. The award is presented annually to a mid-career political scientist to recognize distinction in methodological publications, innovative application of qualitative and multi-method approaches in substantive research, and/or institutional contributions to this area of methodology.
Wednesday, July 22, 2015
UCB Political Science PhD students', Tara Buss and Mathias Poertner, articles published in the Spring 2015 Edition of the Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies
Tuesday, July 14, 2015
Professor Jasjeet Sekhon, along with graduate students David Broockman and Joshua Kalla, won a Signatures Innovation Rellowhsip for their work, "Platform for Design, Implementation, and Analysis of Randomized Field Experiments, with Applications to Political Persuasion". The Sigantures Innovation Fellows Program supports innovative research by UC Berkeley faculty and researchers in the data science and software areas with a special focus on projects that hold commercial promise.
Friday, May 15, 2015
Genevieve Lester’s book will be available by the end of the month and is currently available in Kindle. For more information visit: 
Thursday, April 16, 2015
UCB Political Science PhD student, Vasundhara Sirnate's, fieldwork on Kasmir pusblished in Foreign Affairs.  
Monday, April 13, 2015
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
William K. "Sandy" Muir, 83, died February 26, 2015. Born October 30, 1931 in Detroit, Michigan, he taught political science at UC Berkeley from 1968 and finished his last class in 2012. Recipient of several teaching awards, he also authored five books, the last of which, Freedom in America, was published in 2011.