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  • International Relations Program | Department of Political Science | Vanderbilt University
    Alpha Department Awards for Students Robert H Birkby Award for Teaching Research Network Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions Latin American Public Opinion Project Research on Individuals Politics Society Lab Visiting Speakers News News Video Current Events Giving Home Graduate Program International Relations International Relations Program International Relations Program Explore this Program Overview of International Relations Program Faculty Listing Studying International Relations at Vanderbilt Current and Recent Graduate Courses Current Graduate Students in International Relations International Relations Colloquium The International Relations subfield focuses on the political economy of conflict and the international determinants of national governance and state capacity Emphasis on conflict encompasses interstate and intrastate war political violence and repression and other forms of international non cooperation such as trade conflicts interstate issue disputes and general bargaining failure The International Relations Faculty have diverse but complementary scholarly interests and are committed to theoretically novel research that uses tools of modern social science Faculty members pursue research agendas at the intersection of political economy and conflict as well as international and domestic politics Expertise in the area of the political economy of conflict includes the economic dimensions of conflict the micro foundations of conflict processes and formal theoretic approaches

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/political-science/graduate/international-relations/index.php (2016-02-16)
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  • Political Methodology Program | Department of Political Science | Vanderbilt University
    Term Papers in Political Science Courses Individualized Instruction Courses Honors Program Internships Undergraduate Political Science Association Pi Sigma Alpha Department Awards for Students Robert H Birkby Award for Teaching Research Network Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions Latin American Public Opinion Project Research on Individuals Politics Society Lab Visiting Speakers News News Video Current Events Giving Home Graduate Program Political Methodology Political Methodology Program Political Methodology Program Explore this Program Overview of Political Methodology Program Faculty Listing Studying Political Methodology at Vanderbilt Current and Recent Graduate Courses Current Graduate Students in Political Methodology The Political Methodology subfield prepares students to be users teachers and innovators in the area of research methods applied to Political Science The faculty at Vanderbilt studying Political Methodology include established and emerging scholars with expertise in the use of statistical models experimental methods and game theory to understand political phenomena and behavior Students who specialize in Political Methodology will have broad and deep knowledge of research design statistical modeling and an elective area of their choice as well as many opportunities and resources to pursue in depth individualized training The Political Methodology subfield is offered as a second or third field only GO This is

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  • Political Theory Program | Department of Political Science | Vanderbilt University
    Program Political Theory Political Theory Program Political Theory Program Explore this Program Overview of Political Theory Program Faculty Listing Studying Political Theory at Vanderbilt Graduate Coursework Current Graduate Students in Political Theory Related Centers and Events Other Theorists of Social and Political Thought at Vanderbilt Graduate study in political theory at Vanderbilt has three major aims to educate students broadly in the history of political thought to help students develop expertise in the thought of particular theorists of their choosing and to train students in contemporary debates in our field Our faculty work in all three areas and are committed to helping students craft rigorous plans of study that integrate all three components in the interest of developing a research agenda that speaks to the core problems and questions that animate political theory and practice The particular strengths of our faculty include early modern and modern political thought political economy contemporary theories of justice and human rights and feminist social and political theory We embrace and support a range of methodological approaches to the study of political theory Beyond the halls of the Commons there is a vibrant interdisciplinary theory community at Vanderbilt including members of the Philosophy Department Economics

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  • Graduate Student Placement | Department of Political Science | Vanderbilt University
    343 600 Email Mailing address Department of Political Science Vanderbilt University PMB 505 Nashville TN 37203 5721 Our faculty is committed to the success of our students We work hard to train our students so that they will be competitive candidates for academic jobs both within the United States and beyond In the years leading up to dissertation completion the Director of Graduate Studies organizes professional development brown bags to encourage students to think ahead about networking publishing and preparing for the job market Once the student is ready to enter the job market the Placement Director and Dissertation Advisor work closely with each student to organize the student s application materials to arrange practice job talks and to help the student prepare for campus and telephone interviews To view a list of current students on the market click here 2015 placements Claire Abernathy Assistant Professor Stockton University Matthew Layton Assistant Professor Ohio University Mason Moseley Assistant Professor West Virginia University Stephen Utych Assistant Professor Boise State University Daniel Zizumbo Colunga Visiting Professor CIDE Mexico 2014 placements Camille Burge Assistant Professor Villanova University Alejandro Diaz Dominguez Adviser National Electoral Institute Mexico City Evan Haglund Assistant Professor of Public Policy U S Coast Guard Academy Farhana Loonat Assistant Professor Skagit Valley College Mason Moseley 2014 2015 Postdoctoral Fellow Penn Program on Democracy Citizenship and Constitutionalism Mariana Rodríguez Program Coordinator Latin American Public Opinion Project Jennifer Selin Assistant Professor University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign 2013 placements Patrick Bentley Associate Research Scientist Strategic Analysis Enterprises Stacy Clifford Hegarty Fellow Michigan State University DOCTRID Dublin International Research Institute Margarita Corral Postdoctoral Fellow Brandeis University Brian Faughnan Senior Analyst Analytics Media Group Rebecca McBride Assistant Professor Calvin College 2012 placements Abby Córdova Assistant Professor University of Kentucky John Hudak Fellow in Governance Studies Brookings

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  • Department Awards for Graduate Students | Department of Political Science | Vanderbilt University
    Visiting Speakers News News Video Current Events Giving Home Graduate Program Department Awards for Graduate Students Department Awards for Graduate Students Explore the Undergraduate Program About the Program Major in Political Science Minors Current Schedule of Courses Formatting Guidelines for Term Papers in Political Science Courses Individualized Instruction Courses Honors Program Internships Undergraduate Political Science Association Pi Sigma Alpha Department Awards for Students Robert H Birkby Award for Teaching We are very proud of the many accomplishments of our graduate students They have excelled in research and teaching and have successfully secured a range of external and internal grants For a recent overview of their successes click here The department presents two awards each year to graduate students Both of the awards were inaugurated in 2012 They confer a 150 prize and recognition within the department The Erwin C Hargrove Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award The Erwin C Hargrove Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award is designed to recognize excellent contributions by a graduate student to teaching It is named after Professor Emeritus Erwin C Hargrove who was at Vanderbilt from 1976 2000 A dedicated undergraduate teacher Hargrove won the Jeffrey Nordhaus Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching in 1988 and the Ernest

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  • Current Courses | Department of Political Science | Vanderbilt University
    Department Awards for Students Robert H Birkby Award for Teaching Research Network Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions Latin American Public Opinion Project Research on Individuals Politics Society Lab Visiting Speakers News News Video Current Events Giving Home Graduate Program Current Courses Current Courses For current course schedule please consult the online course guide For a description of undergraduate courses please consult the online course catalog For a description

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  • Resources for Current Graduate Students | Department of Political Science | Vanderbilt University
    time Qualifying Exam Results Form Request to Appoint PhD Committee Form Request to Schedule Dissertation Defense Form must be filed two weeks ahead of time Dissertation Defense Results Form Intent to Graduate Form must be filed about four months ahead of time Travel Grants Graduate School Travel Grant Graduate Student Council Travel Grant Departmental Travel Grant APSA Travel Grant SPSA Travel Grant Funding Opportunities Tips for applying for grants Departmental Summer Training Awards RIPS Small Grants for Experimental Research College of Arts Sciences Summer Research Awards deadline in March provides up to 2000 for graduate student projects College of Arts Sciences Social Sciences Dissertation Fellowships deadline in February provides one year of service free support plus a research budget to complete the dissertation Graduate School Dissertation Enhancement Grant deadline in February provides up to 2000 for dissertation research Robert Penn Warren Graduate Student Fellowship Center for Latin American Studies External Fellowships For pre candidates NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Ford Foundation Predoctoral Fellowship For PhD Candidates Center for International Security and Cooperation Center on Democracy Development and the Rule of Law SSRC has several fellowships including the SSRC Dissertation Proposal Development Fellowship and the SSRC International Dissertation Research Fellowship Boren Fellowship Ford Foundation Dissertation Fellowship Harvard Academy Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation Dissertation Fellowships United States Institute of Peace Jennings Randolph Peace Scholarship Dissertation Program External Dissertation Research Grants NSF Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant American Council of Learned Societies Fulbright Program American Association of University Women Time Sharing Experiments in the Social Sciences Charlotte W Newcomb Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship Additional Training Opportunities PUC Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile exchange program Free University of Berlin Exchange program ICPSR Inter University Consortium for Political and Social Research ICPSR organizes a variety of summer training opportunities in methodology ranging from 3 5 day workshops to

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  • Major in Political Science | Department of Political Science | Vanderbilt University
    2207W 2208 2209 2263 2270 3253 3258 3264W 3271 3896 4257 3 hours Electives Any 2000 or 3000 level course listed above 3897 3898 one additional 1000 level course including 1111 up to six hours of 3882 3883 3851 3852 3841 3842 4998 4999 combined 12 hours MINIMUM 30 HOURS In meeting the above requirements students must develop a specialty within one of the four subfields of Political Theory Comparative Politics International Politics or American Government by taking the introductory 1000 level course in that subfield and at least three 2000 or 3000 level courses in that subfield It is also recommended that one of the subfield s upper level courses should be a seminar To Declare Your Major in Political Science Obtain two major declaration forms online or in person at the Political Science Department office You will request an adviser and obtain the advisor s signature on each form You will submit one completed form to the department and take one to the A S Academic Services office in Kirkland 311 If you have questions about this process or anything else related to declaring your major please don t hesitate to ask Note If you are double majoring you will need 3 forms The final form is for the department office of your second major Director of Undergraduate Studies Carrie Russell Commons Center 359 Chair of the Department David Lewis Commons Center 333 Undergraduate Coordinator Tina Bembry Commons Center 355 All of the above can be reached at 615 322 6222 The University reserves the right through its established procedures to modify the requirements for admission and graduation and to change other rules regulations and provisions including those stated in this electronic document and other publications and to refuse admission to any student or to require the withdrawal

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