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Political Science Education (Section 29)

The purpose of this section is both to promote exemplary undergraduate teaching within the political science discipline and to the scholarship of teaching. The section is especially dedicated to increasing the use of innovative teaching methods, particularly those rooted in experience (internships, service learning, simulations, and study abroad) and the evaluation of such methods.

Founded: 1993
Yearly membership dues: $0 for students and $12 for other members.
Newsletter: The Political Science Educator

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Section Officers 

Chair
Terry Gilmour
Midland College

Vice-Chair
Michael Rogers
Arkansas Tech University

Treasurer
Joseph Roberts
Roger Williams University

 

2020 Annual Meeting Program Chairs
Maureen Feeley
University of California, San Diego
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Matthew Platt
Morehouse College
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Section Awards

Section awards are presented during the APSA annual meeting awards ceremony. To learn more about any award listed, contact the award committee chair for the award.

 All section 29. Political Science Education awards to-date »

The Best APSA Conference Paper Award

This award is given annually at the section meeting in junction with the APSA annual meeting to the author(s) who present at the previous year's APSA annual meeting, either in an oral session or poster session. The winner(s) will be selected by the Best APSA Conference Paper Award committee.

Deadline for nominations: April 1, 2020

Award Comittee:
Mary McHugh, Merrimack College
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Elizabeth Matto, Rutgers University
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Lifetime Achievement Award

This award may be given at the annual section meeting held at the APSA annual meeting. The awardee must have a strong record of long-standing, exceptional, and extensive contributions to the goals of the section, including the promotion of the teaching and learning in the discipline and the scholarship of teaching. Any section member may submit a nomination letter to the Executive Committee. Nominations are due by April 1. The Executive Committee will determine if a nominee is eligible and will decide by June 1 of the award will be given. This award does not have to be given every year.

Deadline for nominations: April 1, 2020

Award Committee:
Patrick McKinlay, Morningside College
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Donald Gooch, Stephen F. Austin University
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Megan Becker, University of Southern California
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Rachel Bzostek, Collin College
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Maureen Feeley, University of California, San Diego
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Mark Carl Rom, Georgetown University
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The Distinguished Service Award

This award may be given at the section meeting held at the APSA annual meeting. The awardee must have a strong record of exceptional and extensive contributions to the goals of the section, including the promotion of teaching and learning in the discipline and the scholarship of teaching. Any section member may submit a nomination letter to the Executive Committee. Nominations are due by April 1. The Executive Committee will determine if a nominee is eligible and will decide by June 1 if the award will be given. This award does not have to b given every year.

Deadline for nominations: April 1, 2020

Award Committee:
Patrick McKinlay, Morningside College
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Donald Gooch, Stephen F. Austin University
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Megan Becker, University of Southern California
[email protected]

Rachel Bzostek, Collin College
[email protected]

Maureen Feeley, University of California, San Diego
[email protected]

Mark Carl Rom, Georgetown University
[email protected]
 

The Craig L. Brians Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Research & Mentorship

Established in 2014, this award will be awarded annually at the Teaching and Learning Conference, with recognition also given at the APSA annual PSE section reception. The award will be given to faculty members who demonstrate commitment to and excellence in encouraging and developing scholarship among undergraduate students, and in mentoring undergraduate students in preparation for graduate school or public affairs-related careers. Evidence for these commitments may include, but not limited to, formal and informal supervision of undergraduate student original research, collaborating with undergraduate students on original research projects, assisting undergraduate students with public presentations and/or publication of work, and accompanying students to academic conferences. In honor of the person for whom the award is named, preference will also be given to faculty members who engage in developing undergraduate scholarship through enhancing information literacy.

Deadline for nominations: April 1, 2020

Award Committee:
Maureen Feeley, University of California, San Diego
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Renee Van Vechten, University of Redlands
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