Susan Grogan, professor of political science, is the recipient of St. Mary’s College of Maryland’s Andy Kozak Faculty Contribution to Student Life Award. She was honored during the college’s 2015 Awards Convocation held April 24.
Marylanders overwhelmingly support requiring police officers to wear body cameras, according to a 2015 survey on Maryland issues. The Maryland Survey, conducted by St. Mary’s College of Maryland politics expert Susan Grogan and students of her “American Politics” class, gauges residents’ views on local and national issues. Nearly 900 Maryland registered voters were surveyed in Find out more »
With only two months remaining, registered Maryland voters eligible to vote in the June 24 primary are clearly undecided about who should govern the state. More than two-thirds of Maryland Republican voters are undecided. Asked who they would vote for if the primaries were held today, 16% of registered Republicans clearly favor Larry Hogan. David Find out more »
Assistant Professor of Political Science Antonio Ugues Jr. joined the St. Mary’s faculty this year. He specializes in democracy, democratization, and issues related to electoral integrity, with an emphasis on Latin American politics. He has been invited to be an electoral observer for the Honduran elections that take place on November 24th. What does an Find out more »
Assistant Professor of Political Science Antonio Ugues Jr. joined the St. Mary’s faculty this year. He specializes in democracy, democratization, and issues related to electoral integrity, with an emphasis on Latin American politics. He has been invited to be an electoral observer for the Honduran elections that take place on November 24th. Read more.
Associate Professor of Political Science Todd Eberly has published the book “American Government and Popular Discontent: Stability without Success” (Routledge Press, 2013). The book is coauthored by Steven Schier of Carleton College. Schier and Eberly’s system-level view of American politics demonstrates the disconnect between an increasingly polarized and partisan elite and an increasingly disaffected mass Find out more »
The 2012 elections will be tight according to faculty of the political science department at St. Mary’s College of Maryland, who are issuing their predictions for Nov. 6. Regardless of whom they predict to win the presidency, faculty members project a narrower margin of victory for the winner than in the 2008 election. The House Find out more »
“Stealing Trust,” a documentary created by the Maryland Consumer Rights Coalition that investigates the predatory and fraudulent practices of businesses that negatively affect Maryland consumers, will be shown on Wednesday, April 18 at 6:00 p.m. in Cole Cinema of the Campus Center on the St. Mary’s College campus. Following the film screening, Franz Schneiderman, the Find out more »
Denis Kitchen, pioneer of underground comics and pop culture and founder of the Kitchen Sink Press, publisher of some of the most innovative comics for 30 years, shares his stories in a public lecture at 8 p.m. Monday, Feb. 6, in Auerbach Auditorium of St. Mary’s Hall at St. Mary’s College of Maryland. He will Find out more »
What state has the most gerrymandered districts in the country? According to St. Mary’s College of Maryland Professor Todd Eberly, Maryland is one of the worst. Eberly, professor of political science and public policy, and Susan Grogan, professor of political science, will lead a panel discussion on the issue after a screening of the documentary Find out more »