Faculty in the College of Arts & Sciences are pursuing research agendas linked to political communication. They focus undergraduate students’ attention on the symbiosis between politics and communication, with special emphasis on digital technology’s growing role in campaigns and public policy debates.

Research initiatives by faculty affiliated with the Center for Political Communication

  1. Civic Engagement 2.0 (Fall, 2010)

  2. National Agenda Public Opinion Research (2010-2012)

  3. Breaking Boundaries: Symposium on Political Entertainment Media (Spring, 2011)

Research Coordinator
Center for Political Communication
Lindsay Hoffman

Some faculty of the Center for Political Research meet with UD alumnus David Plouffe, 2008 campaign manager
for President Barack Obama.

(l to r) Elizabeth Perse, Lindsay Hoffman, Phil Jones, Ralph Begleiter, David Plouffe, Suzanne Austin, David Wilson