Regardless of your research interests, your academic (or Alt-Ac) role, or your aspirations for the new year, there is something on this list of MPSA’s most popular blog posts from 2016 that is sure to pique your interest:
- Q&A with the Founder of Women Also Know Stuff
- Recommended Reading: Themes from Election 2016
- Will the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election Be a Realigning Election?
- Presenting At Conferences – A Grad Student’s Guide
- Studying for Comps? Here are Three Approaches to Try Based on Learning Style
- Political Science: The Final Frontier
- One PhD Candidate’s Roadmap for Successful Co-Authorship
- Political Science: The Cure for Election Anxiety
- (Un)Natural Disasters: Distributive Politics in Northeast Brazil
- Making Sure the Light at the end of the Tunnel is not a Train: Securing a Faculty Position
MPSA would especially like to thank regular contributors Newly Paul, Adnan Rasool, Michael A. Smith, and Harry Young for sharing their research, political perspectives, and pedagogical insights with us this calendar year. We look forward to highlighting even more NSF-Funded research, conference presentations, and MPSA member interviews in the coming months. If you’re interested in sharing your work with MPSA’s members and the discipline, we’d love to hear from you.
Best wishes for a safe and productive 2017!