March 19, 2019

Getting Women Elected is Just the First Step (msmagazine.com)

Cooperman Co-authors Book Chapter on Campaign Finance Networks

“A Run For Their Money: Republican Women’s Hard Road to Campaign Finance” co-authored by Rosalyn Cooperman, Associate Professor of Political Science, was published in The Right Women – Republican Party Activists, Candidates, and Legislators. 

Cooperman Quoted in Global Times

Rosalyn Cooperman, Associate Professor of Political Science, was recently quoted in Global Times. Read the article titled “New PACs are rising on the left and the right to get women inaugurated in 2018.

 

New PACs Are Emerging on the Left and the Right to Get Women Elected in 2018 (Business Insider)

Cooperman Presents Research on Political Party Polarization

cooperman_webRosalyn Cooperman, Associate Professor of Political Science, presented research on polarization of Democratic and Republican party delegates at the 2017 State of the Parties conference sponsored by the Ray Bliss Institute of Politics at the University of Akron.

Cooperman Delivers Paper on Republican Women Voters at Conference

Rosalyn Cooperman, Associate Professor of Political Science, delivered a paper, “Republican Women for Whom? Republican Women for Hillary and the Future of the Republican Party,” at the 2017 New Research on Gender in Political Psychology Conference at Tulane University, Oct. 22-24, 2017.

University of Mary Washington Political Science Professor Featured on With Good Reason (High Beam Research)

Trump Vows to Stay in Race as Republicans Distance Themselves (Voice of America)

Trump Vows to Stay in Race as Republicans Distance Themselves (Voice of America)

Not With Her, But Not With Him: The Women of the *New* GOP (Elle.com)