Meet Professor Hannah Alarian

Over the past year, we have gotten to know professor Hannah Alarian quite well inside the classroom. But what is she like when not teaching? What surprised her about the University of Florida? What made her interested in politics? We decided to find the answers to these questions and many more. What got you first […]

Alumni Spotlight: Becca Guerra

A Double-Gator who received her BA (’06) in Political Science and her MA (’08) in Political Science with a focus on Political Campaigning, Becca Guerra is a Senior Associate with Civitas Public Affairs Group in New York City.  Joining Civitas in 2017, Becca brings to the table her prior experience in grassroots organizing, state infrastructure […]

Alumni Spotlight: Dani Feinstein (BA, 2010)

Dani Feinstein works for the Joint Staff as a Policy Officer focusing on U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East. She provides support and directly engages with Joint Staff senior leaders and supports senior leader preparation for Presidential discussions; National Security Council meetings; Congressional testimony; senior foreign counterpart visits, meetings with Combatant Commanders, and policy […]

Please Welcome to Anderson Hall our New Lecturer and Assistant Professors for Fall 2019

Hannah Alarian, Assistant Professor, Comparative Politics (Western Europe), Political Behavior Paul M. B. Gutierrez, Assistant Professor, Judicial Politics (American) and Political Theory Drew Rosenberg, Assistant Professor, International Relations and Social Network Analysis (Methods) Juliana Restrepo Sanin, Assistant Professor, Comparative Politics (Latin America), Gender and Development Andrew Janusz, Assistant Professor, Comparative Politics (Latin America) Angela McCarthy, […]

Enrijeta Shino will be starting as an Assistant Professor at the University of North Florida in Fall 2019!

Enrijeta Shino I am a PhD Candidate and Graduate Assistant in the Department of Political Science at the University of Florida. I will be starting as an Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of North Florida in Fall 2019.  My primary research interests are in political behavior, public opinion, and elections. My dissertation focuses on […]

Hire a UF PhD!

Amanda Edgell: I am a PhD candidate in Comparative Politics at the University of Florida. Prior to joining UF, I spent twelve months in the Democratic Republic of the Congo overseeing a U.S. government funded food security program. I recieved a Master’s in International Affairs from Texas A&M University (2011) and a Bachelor’s in Political Science […]

Where have we placed our recent PhD students?

Oumar Ba, Assistant Professor, Political Science, Morehouse College; Lina Benabdallah, Assistant Professor, Department of Politics and International Affairs, Wake Forest University; Scott Feinstein, Assistant Professor, Assistant Professor, Iowa State University; Keith Lee, Assistant Professor, Political Science & Public Administration, Georgia College; Lia Merivaki, Assistant Professor, Political Science and Public Administration, Mississippi State University; Anna Mwaba, Lecturer and […]

Please join us in welcoming our outstanding class of incoming PhD students! Welcome to the #GatorNation!

Clockwise, starting bottom left: Matthew Benchimol (IR) Prajakta Gupte (Comparative) LaRaven Temoney (American) Sarah Hollmann (Comparative) Glen Billesbach (Theory) Kelly Richardson (American) TJ Harrington (American) Yuanxin Wang (Theory) Anqi Yang (Comparative) Stephanie Denardo (IR) [center]