Session 1H

Politics, Party, & Power

12:30 PM to 2:15 PM | Moderated by Margaret O'Mara
Add to my favorites Why White Women Voted for Trump
Presenter
  • Ramona Ann Bulan Alhambra, Senior, Political Science
Mentors
  • Rebecca Thorpe, Political Science
  • Emma Rodman, Political Science, Center for American Politics and Public Policy

Add to my favorites Prosecutorial Discretion over Exculpatory Evidence and Plea Bargaining
Presenter
  • Alexandra (Alex) Fletcher, Senior, Political Science
Mentors
  • Rebecca Thorpe, Political Science
  • Emma Rodman, Political Science, Center for American Politics and Public Policy

Add to my favorites It's My Party, and I'll Vote if I Want To: Partisan Polarization and the Electoral Incentives That Shape Home Style
Presenter
  • Aidan David Killackey, Senior, Political Science (Internatl Security)
Mentors
  • Rebecca Thorpe, Political Science
  • Emma Rodman, Political Science, Center for American Politics and Public Policy

Add to my favorites The New Battleground for Party Politics: Comparing State Legislators’ Online Partisanship with Roll Call Votes
Presenter
  • Kerry Pemberton, Senior, Political Science
Mentors
  • Rebecca Thorpe, Political Science
  • Emma Rodman, Political Science, Center for American Politics and Public Policy

Add to my favorites Montesquieu to Scalia: Cross-National Separation of Powers in Constitutions and Free Expression
Presenter
  • Rohnin William Randles, Senior, Political Science
Mentors
  • Rebecca Thorpe, Political Science
  • Emma Rodman, Political Science, Center for American Politics and Public Policy

Add to my favorites President Kennedy and Crisis Acting: The Impact of Operation Northwoods on Modern Conspiracy
Presenter
  • Peter Callaghan Welch, Senior, Political Science, History UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Margaret O'Mara, History

Add to my favorites Disability Inclusion and the United Nations: Leading from Behind?
Presenters
  • Shirlee Sophia Helena (Sophie) Watson, Senior, Law, Societies, & Justice
  • Colin Newton, Senior, International Studies
  • Zu Tan, Senior, Sociology
Mentor
  • Megan McCloskey, School of Law