August 28-31, 2014
APSA Annual Conference
The American Political Science Association held its annual meeting in Washington, D.C. this year. Professor Preece presented some initial research
she has conducted with Professor Mikle South of the BYU Neuroscience and Psychology Departments that uses functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging to
uncover the mechanisms of gender and stereotype threat.
August 5, 2014
Congratulations to Professors Stoddard and Preece!
Professors Stoddard and Preece just received notification that their manuscript, “Does the Message Matter? A Field Experiment on Political
Party Recruitment,” has been accepted for publication at the Journal of Experimental Political Science. Good work, Team GCEL!
September 3-6, 2014
Professors Stoddard and Preece were able to travel to Prague, Czech Republic to present their paper
“Women Don’t Run: Experimental Evidence on the Role of
at the Economic Science Association-Europe meeting. In addition to getting some good feedback
on their paper and getting to know some fantastic experimental economists, they fell in love with Prague. And, Professor Stoddard was a good sport when Professor Preece insisted they travel to the awesomely creepy Seldec Ossuary.
April 3-6, 2014
MPSA Annual Conference
The Midwest Political Science Association recently held its annual meeting in Chicago at the Palmer House Hilton.
Professor Preece presented her research on sources of the gender gap in political interest. The most updated version of that research can be
May 8-9, 2014
Yale Conference on Experiments with Elites
Professor Preece was invited to present her work with colleagues Chris Karpowitz and Quin Monson at the Yale Conference on Experimental Studies
of Elite Behavior. Professors Preece, Karpowitz and Monson partnered with a state Republican Party to successfully increase the number of women
elected to serve as delegates to the state nominating convention.