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Ask Me Anything workshops are focused on answering your questions about course-related assessments, including the Journal Article Analysis, Simulation, Public Policy Project.
Civic Entrepreneur is workshop series hosted that focuses on civic entrepreneurship, grassroots organizing, and public policy with diversity, inclusion, and equity at its core. We virtually journey throughout California and see how civic entrepreneurship and its themes are happening in real-life.
Visit Civic Entrepreneur | iPoliSci to watch archived recordings.
Civil Grand Jury Lab is a workshop series hosted by Dr. Josh Franco that focuses on California’s 58 county civil grand juries.
We virtually journey to counties throughout California, learn how to navigate their county civil grand jury websites, and review a recent civil grand jury report.
Visit Civil Grand Jury Lab - Fall 2022 - YouTube to watch archived recordings.
American Political Economy is a workshop series that is focused on defining, exploring, and discussing American Political Economy from the point of view of different individual, group, and organizational entities at the local, state, and national level using historical and contemporary news and events.
Visit US Political Economy (ipolisci.com) to watch archived recordings.
Global Conflict and Cooperation is a workshop series that is focused on defining, exploring, and discussing global conflict and cooperation from the point of view of different international institutions, country governments, and international non-governmental organizations.
Visit Conflict and Cooperation (ipolisci.com) to watch archived recordings.
Holding Government Accountable is a workshop series that is focused on how individuals, inside and outside of the government, hold it accountable to the constitution, federal and state laws, and regulations.
Visit Holding Govt Accountable (ipolisci.com) to watch archived recordings.
“May It Please the Court” is a new workshop series that is focused on exploring the interaction between the U.S. Supreme Court and federal, state, and/or local policy and political institutions, actors, and behaviors.
Visit May It Please the Court (ipolisci.com) to watch archived recordings.
Poliventure! is a workshop series that explores how games relate to concepts in political science. I will be livestreaming games, such as Catan Universe, Risk! Board Game, and Sid Meier's Civilization, and discussing how different elements of the game relate to political science.
Visit Poliventure (ipolisci.com) to watch archived recordings.