Here are the faculty web pages: https:// Then, contact Dr.
You must show progress towards the completion of your dissertation at the department's end of year conference, held late in the spring semester, during years four and five of your graduate study.
(2013), Under the influence Of arms: the foreign policy causes and consequences of arms transfers https://doi.org/10.17077/etd.l20gvejw PDF Fielder, James Douglas (2012), Dissent in digital: the Internet and dissent in authoritarian states https://doi.org/10.17077/etd.j3t8yn6n PDF Franko, William Walter (2012), The policy consequences of unequal participation https://doi.org/10.17077/etd.z1tma865 PDF Greene, Zachary David (2012), Motivating parliament : the policy consequences of party strategy https://doi.org/10.17077/etd.lgdw9m6e PDF Kim, Sang Ki (2012), Third-party intervention in civil wars: motivation, war outcomes, and post-war development https://doi.org/10.17077/etd.0qlwaypl PDF Kim, Sung Woo (2012), System polarities and alliance politics https://doi.org/10.17077/etd.lqkhptag PDF Lee, Jae Mook (2012), The political consequences of elite and mass polarization https://doi.org/10.17077/etd.vmg54vi9 PDF Lefler, Vanessa Ann (2012), Bargaining for peace?
Strategic forum selection in interstate conflict management https://doi.org/10.17077/etd.v77mbirc PDF Martini, Nicholas Fred (2012), The role of ideology in foreign policy attitude formation https://doi.org/10.17077/etd.6mz55796 PDF Park, Hyeon Seok (2012), Partisan politics and corporate tax competition for foreign investment https://doi.org/10.17077/etd.8xx16lp7 PDF Buttorff, Gail Jeanne (2011), Legitimacy and the politics of opposition in the Middle East and North Africa https://doi.org/10.17077/etd.x9gwn04v PDF Cohen, Alexander H.
The class is highly collaborative (mutually supportive) and demands active participation.
Students then take PSCI 4725 (formerly PSCI 4008) in the spring semester.
This professor must be someone other than the Honors Council representative teaching the honors seminars.
Students who decide to pursue honors in Political Science are strongly advised to plan ahead by identifying a general topic and a departmental faculty member who is qualified, available and willing to supervise the thesis writing process.
During the academic term before the student is to register in 4490E, the student is responsible for obtaining the agreement of a faculty member in his/her field of interest to supervise his/her thesis.
For further instructions please contact the Undergraduate Advisor.