Funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF), this program trains graduate students and junior faculty in EITM, a research strategy that integrates theoretical models and empirical research to improve and expand our understanding of politics. The institute will integrate developments and findings from throughout political science, including the substantive areas of American politics, comparative politics, international relations, and political economy.
The Institute combines lectures on various facets of EITM approaches, lab instruction sessions, research seminars by leading scholars, and rich feedback for participants on their own ongoing research from lead faculty, faculty mentors and other participants.
The 2021 application deadline is March 22, 2021.
- Description of your EITM research proposal: We will base admission substantially on the quality and potential of this proposal — particularly its integration of theoretical modeling and empirical testing. (5 pages).
- Brief statement of your interest and purpose in applying for the summer program (1-2 pages)
- Curriculum Vita with name and contact information, current location and position. If you are a student, the CV should indicate your current status in graduate school (e.g., whether you’ve passed exams and defended a dissertation proposal).
- Contact Information for two references