The mission for the Center for American Politics and Public Policy (CAPPP) includes the following areas:
Research: Foster internationally recognized research on political and policy processes in the United States
Mentoring: Educate and train the next generation of scholars and leaders at the graduate and undergraduate levels
Public Service: Design and implement on-line data and teaching tools to promote research and public understanding of American political institutions and policy processes
Congressional Bills Project, www.congressionalbills.org,Policy Agendas Project,www.policyagendas.org,Virtual Legislators,www.legsim.org
National Science Foundation, Comparative Agendas Project Conference 2010-2011.
National Science Foundation,Tools for Text Workshop 2009-2010.
George Lucas Educational Foundation and William H. Gates Foundation 2008-2011.
National Science Foundation, Collaborative Research: Critical Infrastructure Policy" 2009-2012.
Peter J. May, Chair, Department of Political Science
College of Arts & Sciences, Department of Communication, Evans School of Public Affairs, College of Education, Center for Statistics and the Social Sciences (CSSS)
|Administering College/School:||College of Arts & Sciences|
|P.I. Home Department:||Department of Political Science|
|Faculty Involvement:||3 core faculty, 8 affiliates, 20 associate|