Alumni Spotlight: Chloe Hawker, July 20, 2021
One of the interesting things about lawyers, Chloe Hawker says, is how many of them moonlight as writers.
Hawker, who graduated Carnegie Mellon University in 2015 with a degree in International Relations and Politics, plans to do more than moonlight. She recently quit her job as a lawyer in Washington, DC so she and her mother can finish writing a novel.
“This sort of feels like a moment of opportunity for me,” said Hawker, who graduated Cum Laude from Harvard Law School in 2019. “I want to have something out in the world that shows that I can do this kind of work because this is something that I would really love to pursue.” Read more
An Institute for Politics and Strategy professor has the opportunity to influence the electoral maps for his home state.
The Pennsylvania state legislature on Tuesday approved the nomination of Dr. Jonathan Cervas, a Postdoctoral Fellow in IPS and an expert on electoral politics, as map consultant to the Legislative Reapportionment Commission. Once the US Census Bureau delivers new population data next month, Cervas will assist the five-person commission, chaired by former University of Pittsburgh chancellor Mark Nordenberg, in revising the electoral map to reflect the new data. Read more
Alumni Spotlight: Kelsey Thompson, July 1, 2021
Alumni Spotlight: Alex Pomerantz, June 9, 2021
Jacob Feldgoise Wins 2021 K&L Gates Prize, June 8, 2021
Alumni Spotlight: Kayla Lee, May 26, 2021
Russian disinformation, white supremacy, and COVID-19: Students face them all in a war game, May 25, 2021
Bittersweet New Beginnings on Horizon for Class of 2021, May 18, 2021
Alumni Spotlight: Raaga Kalva, May 10, 2021
Alumni Spotlight: Alex Pasch, May 4, 2021
From Beto O'Rourke to Safra Catz: IPS faculty expose students to an array of virtual guests, May 3, 2021
Alumni Spotlight: Simran Jagtiani, April 20, 2021
Ignacio Arana selected as Provost's Inclusive Teaching Fellow, April 22, 2021
Alumni Spotlight: Dana Kim, March 31, 2021
Verdict in on CMU Mock Trial, April 5, 2021
Three Institute for Politics and Strategy students are part of a team that advanced to the American Mock Trial Association's Opening Round Championship Series.