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APSA Meetings & Events

Register to attend the 115th APSA Annual Meeting & Exhibition in 
Washington, DC 

Join us in Washington, DC for the 2019 APSA Annual Meeting & Exhibition, August 29 – September 1, 2019, to address the latest scholarship in political science while exploring the 2019 theme, “Populism and Privilege.”Register Now!

2020 APSA Teaching & Learning Conference Call for Proposals Now Open!

Join us for the 16th APSA Teaching & Learning Conference (TLC). The conference will take place February 7-9, 2020 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The conference theme for APSA TLC 2020 is “Teaching to Empower Students“. Submit your proposals and register now!


Style Manual 2018 Revised Edition (Online)

Any author writing a manuscript for submission to an APSA journal should familiarize themselves with APSA Style. Now on the web and soon-to-be-released in print. Visit the the website.

Programs & Initiatives

2019 Fund for Latino Scholarship Recipients Named

APSA is pleased to announce the 2019 Cohort of the Fund for Latino Scholarship Recipients. The Fund’s primary goal is to encourage and support the recruitment, retention, and promotion of Latina/o political scientists. Read their bios.

Meet the 2019-2020 APSA-Sponsored Congressional Fellows

We are pleased to announce the members of the 2019-2020 class of APSA-sponsored Congressional Fellows, who will be arriving in DC this fall. They will be joined in the coming months by federal employees, health specialists, and other professionals sponsored by select partner organizations. Learn more here.

Meet the Spring 2019 APSA Minority Fellowship Program Cohort
Congratulations to the 2019-2020 APSA Minority Fellowship Program Spring Fellows! MFP is a fellowship competition for individuals from underrepresented backgrounds applying to or in the early stages of doctoral programs in political science. Read more about the MFP Fellows.


Major Gifts to APSA Support New Partnerships and Diversity in the Discipline

With great appreciation, the American Political Science Association (APSA) announces a major donation of $1.2 million from the Ivywood Foundation, which is substantially funded by the family of Rogers M. Smith, the current APSA President, as well as a personal donation of $200,000 from Rogers Smith and his wife, Mary Summers to the Generation to Generation Campaign for the Ralph J. Bunche Fund. 

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APSA Statement on Gender Studies in Hungarian Universities
APSA expresses deep concern regarding the Hungarian government’s plan to end funding and accreditation for gender studies at the county’s universities. The proposal continues the worrying trend of restrictions on academic freedom in Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s government (see APSA’s previous letter on threats to academic freedom and the status of universities in Hungary here). Read the full statement.

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The American Political Science Association (APSA) will present the Carey McWilliams Award to Ariel Edwards Levy at the 2019 APSA Annual Meeting & Exhibition, the world’s largest gathering of political scientists and source for emerging scholarship [...]

Paul Musgrave, PhD- University of Massachusetts, Amherst The American Political Science Association Congressional Fellowship Program is a highly selective, nonpartisan program devoted to expanding knowledge and awareness of Congress. Since 1953, it has brought select political scientists, journalists, [...]

The American Political Science Association (APSA) will present the Robert A. Dahl Award to Dr. Alexander Hertel-Fernandez at the 2019 APSA Annual Meeting & Exhibition, the world’s largest gathering of political scientists and source for emerging [...]