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Political Science graduate student awarded Fullbright Scholarship

April 11, 2018, Celeste Lourigan

  

Andrea Pena- Vasquez

Andrea Peña-Vasquez, a third year graduate student studying Comparative Politics, has been awarded a J. William Fulbright Scholarship for to conduct research in Spain for the 2018-2019 academic year. …

Political Science graduate students publish article about aid in Mali

March 21, 2018, Celeste Lourigan

World Development 106

Graduate Students, Emily Maiden and Mark Brockwa, had their article, "Parlez-vous français? Language and agricultural aid allocation strategies in northern Mali," published in the most recent volume of World Development.

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