Advancing diversity and inclusion in the profession is a key priority of the association and the APSA Strategic Plan. The APSA Diversity and Inclusion Programs department has complied resources for advancing and promoting diversity and inclusion for researchers, faculty, and departments in the areas of recruitment, hiring, and retention, and mitigating implicit bias. The 2018 APSA Diversity and Inclusion Report presents information about demographics and diversity and inclusion initiatives from across the programs, services, and reports generated by the association. It provides a one-stop report of data and initiatives related to diversity and inclusion at APSA and can be used as a resource to foster meaningful discussion of diversity and inclusion across the association.
The Fund for Latino Scholarship encourages and supports the recruitment, retention, and promotion of Latino/a political scientists. The fund also seeks to support research on Latino/a politics. Applications Due: June 15, 2020 The fund will [...]
The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation has named 32 new Career Enhancement Fellows—10 junior faculty members who will receive 12-month Fellowships, 20 who will receive six-month Fellowships, and two who will receive six-month Adjunct Faculty [...]
Dr. Maria Puerta-Riera is a political scientist with a doctorate in cultural studies, dedicated to political analysis, specializing in issues related to democracy in Venezuela and Latin America. She is currently teaching social sciences (Research Techniques in Social [...]
Diversity is one of the most frequently used administrative terms to describe institutions, whether educational, governmental, or economic engaged in the process of transformation from a homogeneous to a more heterogeneous body, whether based on race, ethnicity, language, and/or gender. The four articles in this category, all from PS, are drawn from major APSA efforts to address diversity and inclusion. Read the full review.