13 Politics Senior Honors and 12 IR Senior Honors students applied for and received Dean's Undergraduate Research Fund (DURF) grants.
Professor Howard Rosenthal received the Career Achievement Award of the Society of Political Methodology.
Professors Jonathan Nagler and Joshua Tucker's article, "Social Networks and Protest Participation: Evidence from 130 Million Twitter Users", co-authored with Jennifer Larson and Jonathan Ronen, won the 2019 best article award from APSA's Internet, Technology, and Politics section.
Professor Hye Young You was selected as one of the recipients of the SSRC’s Social Data Research Fellowship for her project, “Online Identity and Political Speech in Social Media."
Professor Melissa Schwartzberg has been awarded a 2020 Guggenheim Fellowship.
Professor Anna Harvey has been awarded a grant from the William T. Grant Foundation to support the Public Safety Lab's Prosecutorial Reform Initiative. This initiative will study how prosecutorial decision making impacts inequalities in outcomes. Anna will be working with Amanda Agan (Economics, Rutgers) and Jennifer Doleac (Economics, TAMU) on the project
Grace Paras '13 was featured in this article in the Washington Post for her work as the top editor of the Georgetown Law Journal.
Professor Sanford Gordon's article, "Association Between Medical Cannabis Laws and Opioid Overdose Mortality Has Reversed Over Time," co-authored with Chelsea L. Shover, Corey S. Davis, and Keith Humphreys, was named one of the Top 10 papers in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences for impact on public understanding of science and scientific inquiry.