Sarah Croco is a professor in the Department of Government and Politics and a faculty associate at the Center for International Development and Conflict Management at the University of Maryland. She received her Ph.D. in political science from the University of Michigan in the spring of 2008. Her research interests include: international conflict; the process by which citizens assign leaders responsibility for international wars; the value of policy consistency in elections; territorial disputes and civilian targeting.
Her dissertation, Peace at What Price?, won the 2009 Best Dissertation Prize from the Committee for the Analysis of Military Operations and Strategy. She has also won numerous teaching awards.
Her work has appeared in The American Political Science Review, The American Journal of Political Science, The Journal of Politics, International Studies Quarterly, and World Politics, among others.
GVPT 722: Advanced Quantitative Methods For Political Science
HGLO 101: Saving the World with Data
HGLO 208: Solving Hard Problems with Data
GVPT 201: Scope and Methods of Political Science
Areas of Interest
- International war, wartime public opinion, flip-flopping, research methods.
Degree TypePhDDegree DetailsUniversity of Michigan, 2008
Degree TypeBADegree DetailsUniversity of Illinois, 2000
|Course Name||Course Title||Semester||Syllabus|
|GVPT201||Scope and Methods for Political Science Research||Spring 2022||Syllabus|
|GVPT201||Scope and Methods for Political Science Research||Fall 2022||Syllabus|
|GVPT722||Advanced Quantitative Methods For Political Science||Spring 2023||Syllabus|
|GVPT722||Advanced Quantitative Methods For Political Science||Spring 2022||Syllabus|
|GVPT201||Scope and Methods for Political Science Research||Fall 2019||Syllabus|
|GVPT201||Scope and Methods for Political Science Research||Spring 2019||Syllabus|
|GVPT421||Advanced Quantitative Methods||Fall 2018||Syllabus|
|GVPT424||Quantitative Study of International Relations||Fall 2018||Syllabus|