Department of Government Blog, March 2011
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Contents: March 2 -– Three Books From Galbraith -– Elkins to Receive Tenure -– Chapman Set for Release -– Casellas Publishes Book on Latino Representation -– New Assistant Professor: Scott Wolford –- March 6 –- Edited Volume from Leal -– Hunter to be Promoted to Full 00 Gregg’s Book to be Published by Cambridge -– Tulis to Deliver Murphy Lecture at Princeton –- Tulis Publishes Edited Volume –- Turbowitz to by Promoted to Full –- Turbowitz Book Released by Princeton –- Theriault Wins Professor of the Year Award –- Shaw back in APSR -– Philpot Publishes Edited Volume –- Pedahzur Wins Teaching Award –- L. Pangle to be Promoted to Full -– Two From Ken Williams –- SEO Serving on AKPS Governing Board -– Seay Teacher of the Year –- Two Books from Clark Mayer –- D. Hickey Article on Taiwan-China Rapproachement -– Hetherington Forthcoming in AJPS –- Dyer Diss to by Published by Cambridge –- Two Articles from Dursun-Ozkanca -– Crockett to be Full at Trinity -– Box-Steffensmeier Hosting Methods ConFerence –- Barrilleaux Wins Teaching Award -– Allen to Wichita State –- Weber Published in Russian Version of Forbes –- Thomas Receives NSF Honorable Mention -– Deputy Wins Robinson Award -– Graduate Students Prsenting at 2011 MPSA –- Recent PhDs Awarded -– Recent Placements -– Recent ABDs -– Moses Wins Outstanding Supervisor Award -– March 11 -– Two Recent Articles from Ken Greene -– March 23 -– Harrison Wagner Retires –- Clem Henry Retires