APSA Annual Meeting

2022 APSA Annual Meeting Proposal Submissions are Now Open
Deadline: January 18, 2022 at 11:59 p.m. Pacific 
Join us for the 118th American Political Science Association’s Annual Meeting & Exhibition, September 15-18, 2022, in-person in Montreal, Québec, Canada to address the latest scholarship in political science. The 2022 conference theme is “Rethink, Restructure, and Reconnect: Towards A Post-Pandemic Political Science.” Submit your proposal here


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Trial Memberships
APSA has established a 90-day trial membership option to provide prospective members, including graduate students, and political science job seekers an introduction to APSA’s professional development and career resources. Trial Members gain access to eJobs, APSA’s online journals, and the all-member newsletter. Learn more and activate your trial membership here.
Centennial Center Grants
Call for Proposals: Pedagogical Partnerships | Deadline: January 5, 2022
APSA seeks proposals from members for projects that will bring together political science faculty from different institutions in the same geographic area to share expertise and produce cutting-edge teaching resources. Proposals for grants up to $35,000. Apply here.

Call for Proposals: Growing Democracy Grants | Deadline: January 5, 2022
APSA seeks proposals from members for projects that will support community-based programming led by political scientists that aims to bridge the boundaries between academia and community and break down the barriers between residents and governing institutions. Apply here.

APSA News & Updates
APSA Statement on Testimony from Florida Faculty
On behalf of the American Political Science Association, we strongly condemn the University of Florida’s unprecedented decision to deny political scientists the opportunity to provide expert testimony on Senate Bill 90, a new restrictive Florida election law. This denial is an affront to the university’s commitment to academic freedom and must be reversed. Read the statement here.

Statement on Changes to Post-Tenure Review in the University of Georgia System
The American Political Science Association condemns the recent changes to post-tenure review in the University System of Georgia. These changes drastically weaken the protections afforded to tenured faculty at Georgia’s public universities and potentially will serve to undermine academic freedom in the process. Read the statement here.
APSA Programs and Initiatives

Apply Now for the 2022 Ralph Bunche Summer Institute (RBSI)
Deadline: January 21, 2022
APSA is now accepting applications for the 2022 Ralph Bunche Summer Institute. The RBSI is an intensive five-week program designed to introduce undergraduate juniors to the world of doctoral study in political science. The 2022 institute will be held May 29 – June 30, at Duke University. Apply here.

Call for Applications: Minority-Serving Institution Virtual Book Workshop Project
Deadline: January 14, 2022
A new project will launched to support virtual book workshops for scholars at Minority-Serving Institutions (MSI) in the United States. The goal of the MSI Virtual Book Workshop Project is to help scholars of politics at MSIs publish great books. Howard University and John Jay College of Criminal Justice CUNY have partnered to open a new opportunity for a more diverse array of scholars to benefit from the insights and advice of experts in their field. Apply here.


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Read the current issue of Political Science Today, APSA’s New Member Magazine

Political Science Today now serves as the journal of record for the association and includes sections previously published under “the Association” in PS: Political Science & Politics as well as original content. Read more!

APSA Educate

APSA Educate, political science’s new teaching resource library, allows faculty and graduate students to easily find, share and use teaching materials. Share your course materials here.

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