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Jennifer Lawless, director of the Women & Politics Institute, spoke to The Atlantic on August 17 about the gender resentment affecting the campaign of presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

James Thurber, SPA distinguished professor, spoke with about the state of New Jersey's floundering political weight on Capitol Hill.

Candice Nelson, SPA professor, spoke with Polizette about Donald Trump's campaign reorganization. "I've seen little evidence to contradict that Trump wants to be Trump," Nelson said.

Research from Seth Gershenson, SPA assistant professor, was cited in a U.S. News & World Report article on August 12. The article summarizes Gershenson's research on the effects of civic unrest on student achievement.

William LeoGrande, SPA professor, spoke with el Nuevo Herald on August 12 about former Cuban president Fidel Castro, who recently celebrated his 90th birthday (article in Spanish).

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Asha Smith has been recognized for her commitment to finding community solutions.

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