Marika Dunn Promoted to Executive Director of Research Development at Rutgers Office for Research

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29 September 2022
Rutgers Office for Research is pleased to announce the promotion of Marika Dunn, PhD to Executive Director of Research Development within the Office for Research. “This promotion reflects the Office for Research’s commitment to supporting all Rutgers faculty as they pursue their research, scholarship, and creative endeavors,” said Michael E. Zwick, PhD, Senior Vice President for Research. “Dunn’s leadership and experience make her the ideal person to realize this expanded vision of faculty support.”  During the past two years, while reporting to both Zwick and Prabhas Moghe, PhD, Executive Vice President of Academic Affairs, Dunn has been immersed and engaged with peers and researchers at every stage of the research lifecycle to learn more about their needs and to support them in achieving their research aspirations. “I have had the fortune of collaborating with researchers across all fields to develop their research ideas, from the arts to humanities, biology to medicine, engineering...

Professor R. Daniel Kelemen Delivering Scarlet Speakers Lecture for Rutgers Alumni Association

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27 January 2022
Europe’s Autocracy Trap with R.Daniel Kelemen, Professor of Political Science and Law, and Chair of the Department of Political Science at Rutgers https://alumni.rutgers.edu/get-involved/events/scarlet-speakers-from-the-heart-of-new-brunswick-with-r-daniel-kelemen/

Analysis of Violence Against Women In Politics Wins Grawemeyer Award

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09 December 2021
LOUISVILLE, Ky., Dec. 7, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Rutgers University scholar Mona Lena Krook has won the 2022 University of Louisville Grawemeyer Award for Ideas Improving World Order for exploring the nature of violence against women in politics and suggesting ways to prevent it.

Ross Baker, Chancellors Award for Excellent in Teaching.

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25 October 2021
Ross Baker, Chancellors Award for Excellent in Teaching. This award honors a faculty member whos teaching contributions resulted in an extraordinary impact on the institution , students, experiences, and public engagement. (2021)

Mona Krook, Chancellors Award for Global Impact.

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25 October 2021
Mona Krook, Chancellors Award for Global Impact. The award honors a faculty member whos research, teaching, or service has catalyzed global partnerships or generated global impacts and exceptional public engagement. (2021)

Mona Krook, is the recipient of the 2021 APSA Distinguished Award for Civic and Community Engagement,

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06 October 2021
Mona Krook, is the recipient of the 2021 APSA Distinguished Award for Civic and Community Engagement, an award given to honor significant civic or community engagement by a political scientist that goes beyond research to have an impact outside of the profession. (2021)

Eric Davis delivered a presentation, "Kleptocracy, Militias and the October Revolution: the Iraqi State Between Sectarianism and Democracy,"

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09 September 2021
Eric Davis delivered a presentation, "Kleptocracy, Militias and the October Revolution: the Iraqi State Between Sectarianism and Democracy," to the joint Middle East Seminar of the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs and the Center for Middle Eastern Studies at Harvard University." (September 9, 2021)

Mike Aronoff, in honor of his 80th birthday - Symposium

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24 January 2021
Mike Aronoff, in honor of his 80th birthday, a video was created of the symposium on Continuity and Change in Political Culture: Israel and Beyond. The video can be seen here:  (2021)          

Elena Gambino, was the co-winner of the Leo Strauss Award

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01 September 2020
Elena Gambino, was the co-winner of the Leo Strauss Award, which is presented annually by the American Political Science Association to honor the best doctoral dissertation in political philosophy. (Sept 2020) Elena Gambino is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Rutgers University, New Brunswick. She works at the intersections of feminist, queer, and critical race theories, focusing in particular on how everyday political actors have developed and deployed these traditions to build coalitions, how they seek to contest and repair the inequalities that underpin modern political communities, and how they imagine radical futures premised on racial and sexual accountability. At Rutgers, Elena teaches courses in the Women and Politics subfield, where she brings together ideas at the intersection of political theory, feminist theory, and histories of sexuality. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota in 2019 and was a Visiting Assistant Professor of Politics at...

Rutgers Students Make Their Mark at U.N.

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23 October 2019
Rutgers Students Make Their Mark at U.N. https://news.rutgers.edu/rutgers-students-make-their-mark-un/20191021#.XbCXpPZFycw

Professor Eric Davis gave talk at the Bureau of Intelligence and Research, US Department of State...

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08 February 2019
Professor Eric Davis gave talk at the Bureau of Intelligence and Research, US Department of State,  "Godfathers and Jihadis: Collaboration between Italian Organized Crime and Terrorism - Present and Future Scenarios."
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