IGS Director Jack Citrin was a featured guest on KQED's Forum radio program on January 8, speaking about the attack on Charlie Hebdo in Paris, as well as European immigration issues.
Karen Skelton's op-ed on what a Clinton Campaign could learn from The Hunger Games was published in the Sacramento Bee. Skelton is Vice-Chair of the IGS National Advisory Council.
Research by IGS grad student David Broockman and Joshua Kalla examining political contributions’ impact on politicians’ behavior was cited in The New York Times article, A Citizen’s Guide to Buying Political Access.
Taeku Lee's article on Asian-American voting trends in the 2014 election was published in the Washington Post. Lee is an IGS affiliated faculty.
IGS Director Jack Citrin's op-ed on the value of political endorsements was published in Fox & Hounds.
An article in Vox.com on the influence of newspaper endorsements cited a study by Gabriel Lenz on the effect of newspaper endorsements on the UK's 1997 election. Lenz is an IGS affiliated faculty.
Karen Skelton's op-ed, "Democrats and Republicans haven’t figured out how to talk to women," was published in the Sacramento Bee. Skelton is Vice-Chair of the IGS National Advisory Council.