April 25, 2019

How The Scandals In Richmond Could Affect Virginia Democrats This Fall (WAMU)

Cooperman Presents Research at Political Science Conference

Rosalyn Cooperman

Rosalyn Cooperman

Rosalyn Cooperman, Associate Professor of Political Science and International Affairs, presented “She Should (Not) Run: Party Activists and Women’s Place at the 2019 Annual Meeting of the Southern Political Science Association.

Women donors and PACs fueled political funding for Democratic women candidates in 2018—but they left GOP women behind (CNBC.com)

Cooperman Joins Editorial Board of “Political Behavior”

Associate professor of Political Science Rosalyn Cooperman has been invited to join the editorial board of Political Behavior, a peer-reviewed journal that publishes original research in the general fields of political behavior, institutions, processes and policies.

The journal is published in association with the Elections, Public Opinion and Voting Behavior section of the American Political Science Association.

Pink Wave: Record number of women to serve in Congress following midterms (WJLA)

Rosalyn Cooperman Research Featured on Vox

Rosalyn Cooperman, political science professor, co-authored an op-ed in Vox.com addressing why so few women candidates are Republican.

“Different party cultures mean that Democratic elites support women candidates often — and because of their gender — while Republican elites do not,” according to the piece.


It’s a big year for women candidates — why are so few of them Republican? (Vox.com)

Rosalyn Cooperman Talks Gender and Politics in Yahoo.com Story

What ‘pink wave’? Why GOP women candidates are minding the gender gap (Yahoo.com)

“You can’t draw attention to your identity on the Republican side, but among Democrats that’s … valued, and expected,” says Rosalyn Cooperman, a political scientist at the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Va. “Party culture becomes a very important way of understanding some of those differences.”


What ‘pink wave’? Why GOP women candidates are minding the gender gap (Yahoo.com)

Crashing the boys’ club: Women candidates find winning elections is only half the battle (Yahoo.com)