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E.g., 10/17/2018
Oct 2, 2018

The more people a city has and the more organized its residents' movement patterns, the longer its flu season is apt to last, new research co-authored by Princeton University researchers shows.

Oct 1, 2018

After 25 years at Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Nathan Scovronick, associate dean for undergraduate education, will retire, effective Jan. 1, 2019.

Sep 26, 2018

Working-class citizens have been historically underrepresented in American politics.

In this episode, Julian Zelizer and Sam Wang discuss the influence of money in politics — both in terms of who rises to elected office and how those elected govern — with political scientist Nicholas Carnes.

Sep 26, 2018

The following is a compilation of media clips in which WWS faculty members have been mentioned, cited or quoted. This list is updated weekly.

Sep 24, 2018

Beliefs can be hard to change, even if they are scientifically wrong. But those on the fence about an idea can be swayed after hearing facts related to the misinformation, according to a study led by Princeton University.

Sep 20, 2018

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh has been accused of sexual assault. How might this play out? And what effect will it have on the midterm elections? Professors Julian Zelizer and Sam Wang discuss this and more in today's episode. (Note: This episode was recorded on Tuesday, Sept. 18.)

Sep 19, 2018

Backed by the knowledge they gained in WWS 501: Politics of Public Policy, 65 Master in Public Affairs (MPA) candidates for the Class of 2019 departed the Woodrow Wilson School in June to undertake summer internships where they investigated human rights and artificial intelligence, self-driving car policies, investment strategies in...

Sep 18, 2018

The following is a compilation of media clips in which WWS faculty members have been mentioned, cited or quoted. This list is updated weekly.

Sep 13, 2018

The conservative news media has had a historical role in shaping national politics.

In this episode, Julian Zelizer discusses the influence of conservative news media, both then and now, with historian Laurence Jurdem.

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