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Dr. Curtis Ryan, professor of political science in Appalachian State University’s Department of Government and Justice Studies, received the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity during the second annual Research and Creative Activity at Appalachian event, held virtually Sept. 14–18. Photo by Chase Reynolds

Dr. Curtis Ryan Receives the Chancellor’s Award
Sep 23, 2020

The Appalachian State University Community had a virtual front row seat to a wide-ranging selection of faculty research and creative activity through the second annual ... Faculty

Victoria Anderson, a senior criminal justice major with a concentration in international studies

App State students awarded record number of Gilman Scholarships for 2021 study abroad
Aug 7, 2020

The Office of Nationally Competitive Scholarships (NCS), a division of University College at Appalachian State University, announces a record six Appal

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Dr. Hicks Explores Contemporary Views of Liberal Democracy in Latest Published Work
Jul 22, 2020

What are Americans’ views on liberal democracy? Have their attitudes changed since the 1950s? How do their attitudes about liberal democracy shape political behavior, such as vote choice?

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Dr. Love Has Radio interview on hate music and politics
Mar 12, 2014

Nancy Love is a Professor of Government and Justice Studies at Appalachian State University.

Washington Post Publishes Dr. Ryan's Article
Mar 4, 2014

"Five years after Arab uprisings, security trumps reforms in Jordan", an article written by Dr Curtis Ryan, is published by the Washington Post...

George Ehrhardt Concluded that voter suppression didn’t happen in Boone elections
Dec 11, 2013

George Ehrhardt, An ASU professor in the Department of Government and Justice Studies recently completed a study that concludes “vote... Faculty

Zaitzow Publishes New Chapter
Dec 5, 2012

Dr Barbara H. Zaitzow, Department of Government and Justice Studies, and Richard S.

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Civil asset forfeiture and federal equitable sharing
Nov 28, 2012

Innocent until proven guilty carries a lot of weight if you are accused of a crime.

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Robinson to speak in South Korea
Nov 5, 2012

Matthew Robinson, Department of Government and Justice Studies, was invited by the Korean National Police University (KNPU) to attend and speak... Faculty

Williams and Holcomb research cited in brief to Supreme Court
Oct 31, 2012

Research by Dr. Marian Williams and Dr.

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Hur has new article published
Apr 18, 2012

Yongbeom Hur, Government & Justice Studies, has a forthcoming publication, "... Faculty