APSA’s Teaching & Learning Symposia

APSA’s Teaching & Learning Symposia...

provide a unique opportunity for faculty with similar teaching interests to present on timely substantive issues in the field, share best practices, and develop new teaching resources.

Present your teaching practices and emerging research in a workshop format.

Collaborate with a small cohort of similarly interested political science educators.

Showcase your teaching tools and emerging research with the wider discipline.

Virtual and In Person Options. 

Interested in co-facilitating a 2023 teaching & learning symposium?

write us at teaching@apsanet.org

Forthcoming Symposia


The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Co-leaders: Mitchell Brown (Auburn University) & Shane Nordyke (University of South Dakota)
Spring 2023

Past Events with Associated Resource Collections Linked


"Teaching Introduction to American Government"

Co-leaders: Casey Dominguez (University of San Diego) & Elizabeth Norell (Chattanooga State Community College)
March 2022, virtual

"Teaching Race, Ethnicity & Politics"

Co-leaders: Christopher Stout (Oregon State University) & Natalie Masuoka (University of California, Los Angeles)
April 2022, virtual

"Class & Inequality"

Co-leaders: Laura Bucci (St. Joseph University) & Ian Anson (University of Maryland- Baltimore County)
June 16 – June 18, 2022, APSA HQ, Washington, DC

"Teaching Political Science at Community Colleges"

LaTasha DeHaan (Elgin Community College), Josue Franco (Cuyamaca Community College), and Veronica Reyna (Houston Community College)
July 11 - July 29, 2022


"Innovative Approaches to Online Learning"

Co-leaders: Rebecca A. Glazier (University of Arkansas at Little Rock) and Veronica Reyna (Houston Community College)


“Teaching Comparative Politics”
Co-leaders: Laura Seay (Colby College) and Julie George (Queens College and The Graduate Center, CUNY)
June, 2019
View Comparative Politics Symposium Schedule

“Teaching Research Methods to Undergraduates”
March, 2019
Co-leaders: Mitchell Brown (Auburn University) and Biko Koenig(Franklin & Marshall College)
Research Methods Symposium Schedule

Clipperton, et al. (2019) “SOTL Research Design for Assessment of Interventions” (working paper)


“Teaching Political Theory”
November, 2018

Co-leaders: Amber Knight (University of North Carolina, Charlotte) and Lee Trepanier (Saginaw State University)

"Teaching American Government"
Spring 2018
Co-leaders: Andrew Rudalevige (Bowdoin College), and Caroline Tolbert (University of Iowa)


"Introducing International Relations"
Spring 2017
Co-leaders: Victor Asal (University at Albany, SUNY) and Joyce Kaufman (Whittier College)

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