Visit APSA's Democracy 2020 Project
Political Science helps us understand issues central to the current political moment, including democracy, elections, voting, and government. APSA’s Democracy 2020 Project provides tools that can be used by students, scholars, teachers and the public to better understand and engage with the 2020 U.S. Elections. Learn more.
New Webinar on Department Leadership During a Crisis | Thursday, February 18, 2:00pm EST
In this APSA webinar via Zoom, Loleen Berdahl (Professor and Executive Director, University of Saskatchewan) will lead a roundtable discussion of this topic with four political science leaders from a range of institutions. How can and should department leaders respond during times of political, social, and/or public health crisis? Learn more and register here.
Call for Applications: 2021-2022 Public Scholarship Program | Deadline: March 22, 2021
Applications Open: APSA Diversity Fellowship Program (DFP) – 1st and 2nd Year PhD Students | Deadline: March 19, 2021
The APSA Diversity Fellowship Program, established in 1969, aims to increase diversity and the presence of underrepresented individuals in the discipline of political science. The spring cycle will provide support to first and second-year students in political science Ph.D. programs. One-time awards will range from $1000 - $2000. Apply here.
Each year, APSA publishes a list of new scholars who have recently completed their dissertations. This year's list will be published in APSA's new magazine, Political Science Today. Please help recognize these scholars by submitting this form
with information about any dissertations defended in your department in the 2020 calendar year.