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Research on Congress, Public Policy, and Political Parties

Faculty Mentor: James Curry
Title: Associate Professor
College: Social & Behavioral Science
School / Department: Political Science

Project description

I am interested in working with students on research regarding the U.S. Congress, American policymaking, American political parties, leadership in American politics, and American legislative elections.

Student Role: Assistance with data collection and analysis, library research, research of government documents, and literature reviews. Collaborations are possible.
Student Benefits: I am open to collaborative research projects.
Project Duration: Varies by project.
Opportunity Type: Volunteer; Earn independent study credit; Prepare a UROP proposal; Write an Honors Thesis
Is this a paid opportunity: No
Minimum Requirements: Students should have strong research skills with some experience. The student should also have an interest in politics and an understanding of American policymaking processes.