Student Research Opportunities in Political Science

Below you will find a listing of all available research opportunities in Political Science. Please use the contact information listed in each posting for further information regarding the research opportunity.
 


Ivy Hamerly

Political Science

Ivy Hamerly studies the relationship between domestic and international institutions; Legislatures; Western Europe; and the European Union.

Recommended Pre-requisites:
Course Credit Offered: PSC 1V9R
Begin Date: ongoing
Contact Information: Ivy_Hamerly@baylor.edu


 


Peter Campbell

Political Science

National security, war, decision making, cyberwar, insurgency and counterinsurgency. For more information please go to Dr. Campbell's website: https://www.baylor.edu/political_science/index.php?id=946572

Recommended Pre-requisites:
Course Credit Offered: PSC 1V9R
Begin Date: Spring
Contact Information: Peter_Campbell@baylor.edu

 


Patrick Flavin

Political Science

Research Topics: political inequality, politics and quality of life, political behavior, U.S. state politics, public policy

My goal is to work on collaborative projects with undergraduate students who are interested in doing original empirical research. This process is aimed at developing a student's research skills (crafting a research question, reading the literature, collecting/analyzing data) and building their academic credentials by publishing a coauthored article in a peer reviewed journal. Students who are interested in pursuing a PhD in political science are particularly encouraged. For more information please go to Dr. Flavin's website: https://blogs.baylor.edu/patrick_j_flavin/

Recommended Pre-requisites:
Course Credit Offered: PSC 1V9R
Begin Date: ongoing
Contact Information:Patrick_J_Flavin@baylor.edu

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