Alum Kasey Pipes Back at JHU to Discuss Book on Nixon

Alum Kasey Pipes Back at JHU to Discuss Book on Nixon

Kasey Pipes (MA in Government ’99) returned to the JHU Center for Advanced Governmental Studies to discuss his latest book publication: After the Fall: The Remarkable Comeback of Richard Nixon (Regnery History: 2019). Kasey has made a major contribution in this area of Nixon scholarship as there have been very few books that have dealt read more…

Drs. Jennifer Bachner and Sarah O’Byrne Publish Article on Teaching Quantitative Methods

Drs. Jennifer Bachner and Sarah O'Byrne

Dr. Jennifer Bachner (Director, Government Analytics) and Dr. Sarah O’Byrne (Coordinator, Center for Advanced Governmental Studies) have published the article “Teaching Quantitative Skills in Online Courses: Today’s Key Areas of Focus and Effective Learning Tools” in the Journal of Political Science Education. Abstract: At both the undergraduate and graduate level, an increasing number of students read more…

Members Running for POTUS, Impeachment, and Congressional Reform with Richard Skinner

MA in Government

Political scientist and award-winning precinct captain Richard Skinner discussed the large field of congressional POTUS candidates, the politics of impeachment in the House, and current issues in congressional reform. Please listen on the Episode Website (00:57:14) Congress, Two Beers In: Government Affairs Institute’s Senior Fellows discuss current congressional politics.

Paul Weinstein on 2019 WalletHub Tax Survey

Paul Weinstein

Paul Weinstein, Director of the Center for Advanced Governmental Studies‘ Master of Arts in Public Management program, was asked to interpret WalletHub’s 2019 Tax Survey findings. WalletHub’s survey found that 9 in 10 voting-age Americans do not believe the government is currently spending their tax dollars wisely. Why do you think that is? Please read Paul read more…

Paul Weinstein, Director of the MA in Public Management Program, on CNBC

Paul Weinstein

Paul Weinstein, Director of the Center for Advanced Governmental Studies‘ Master of Arts in Public Management program, talks about bank valuations and how they may change. Please watch Paul Weinstein’s segment here: Majority of bankers see 2020 recession (04:12) CNBC Television Published on February 25, 2019.  

MA in Government Faculty Michael Siegel Publishes Article in Baltimore Sun

MA in Government Program

MA in Government adjunct faculty Michael Siegel had published op-ed in the Baltimore Sun, titled Here’s how to end the shutdown: change negotiating strategies. From the article: When we can orient our approach to negotiation around interests instead of positions, we can increase the creativity of settlements, which is more likely to satisfy the needs read more…

Dr. Jennifer Bachner Publishes Case Study on Survey Experiments

Dr. Jennifer Bachner

Dr. Jennifer Bachner, director of the MS in Government Analytics program, has published a new research methods case study with SAGE, titled Studying Public Opinion Using Survey Experiments. The case study is based on research with Dr. Benjamin Ginsberg that examines how political leaders frame both history and the future to influence the public and advance their read more…

Dr. John Gans’ New Article in Foreign Affairs

John Gans

You may be interested to read the new article in Foreign Affairs — the flagship journal of the foreign affairs establishment — written by our Dr. John Gans. Dr. John Gans, as you may know, teaches “Introduction to Global Security Studies” and also “Politics and Process of American Foreign Policy” for us. His article looks at read more…

JHU Survey: Americans Don’t Know Much About State Government

Dr. Jennifer Bachner, Director of the Government Analytics program, and Dr. Benjamin Ginsberg, Professor of Political Science and Chair of the Center for Advanced Governmental Studies, conducted a survey to find out what Americans know and think about their state governments. Although states handle critical issues like education, health care and social services, Americans know very read more…

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