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CSAP Associate Director Greg Huber Appointed Chair of the Yale Political Science Department

May 15, 2019
CSAP Associate Director, Gregory A. Huber, has been appointed to a 3-year term as Chair of the Yale Political Science Department. Effective July 1, 2019, Greg will be...

CSAP Director Alan Gerber Reappointed as Dean of the Social Sciences

April 23, 2019
CSAP Director Alan Gerber has been reappointed as the dean of social sciences for the Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) at Yale University.  His reappointment is for a term...
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ISPS Hosting IRB Information Sessions in Fall 2018

October 11, 2018
ISPS will be hosting office hours with Brandy Lagner, Senior Regulatory Analyst for the Yale Human Subjects Committee (Social, Behavioral and Educational IRB).  She will...
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PBS Host Alexander Heffner Will Discuss "Civil Discourse in an Uncivil Age" at ISPS Policy Lab Event

September 13, 2018
On Wednesday, September 19th from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m., the Policy Lab at ISPS will be hosting a talk with Alexander Heffner on “Civil Discourse in an Uncivil Age: The Quest for...
Author Alan Gerber with book cover of "Unhealthy Politics: The Battle Over Evidence-Based Medicine"

CSAP Director Alan Gerber Receives the 2018 Don K. Price Award

August 23, 2018
CSAP director Alan Gerber along with co-authors Eric Patashnik (Brown University) and Conor Dowling (University of Mississippi) will receive the 2018 Don K. Price Award for...
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CSAP Associate Director Greg Huber Named as the Forst Family Professor of Political Science

July 12, 2018
Congratulations go out to Gregory A. Huber who has been newly appointed to a named professorship at Yale University: the Forst Family Professor of Political Science.  Huber...
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Field Experiment by CSAP Research Team Shows Voting Does Not Prevent Crime

November 3, 2017
A new study recently published in the journal Political Behavior indicates that political engagement, such as voting, does not directly translate into reduced rates of...