Professor Kathleen Cunningham Discusses How to Get Tenure (If You're a Woman) in Foreign Policy Magazine
Dr. Cunningham and co-authors offer seven peer-reviewed strategies female faculty can use to climb the ladder of academic success in a recent article for Foreign Policy magazine.
Read the full article at ForeignPolicy.com
Heading into presidential and state primaries in Maryland later in April, the race to be the Democratic Senate nominee looks to be a close one. This information comes from the latest iteration of The Washington Post-University of Maryland Poll. Respondents indicated that, if the Senate Democratic primary was held today, 44% of likely voters would support Donna Edwards, and 40% of likely voters would support Chris Van Hollen. The results are within the margin of error. View the full poll results.
Dr. Uslaner Discusses Trump's Supporters in Berkeley's Institute of Governmental Studies blog and in the Portland Tribune
Dr. Uslaner discussed the rise of Trump in an article for Berkeley's Institute of Governmental Studies blog. His thoughts are available here.
Professor Eric Uslaner was also quoted in the Portland Tribune. He argues that Donald Trump’s support comes from people who have lost optimism for the future. Read the full article here.
Dr. Shibley Telhami talked about U.S. perceptions of those who practice Islam, in light of the terrorist attacks in Brussels, Belgium, and statements made by Donald Trump and Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX), candidates for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination.
Read the full story at C-SPAN here.
Why are Americans so angry this election season? Read Dr. Lilliana Mason's article in Washington Post"Voters are angry about the economy, about race, about the “establishment.” But knowing what voters are angry about doesn’t necessarily tell us why they are angry."Assistant professor Lilliana Mason's full article from the Washington Post's Monkey Cage is available here.