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Faculty Grants

Political science faculty have received considerable internal and external funding to support their teaching and research. Highlights include grants to support Annette Watson’s research from a variety of sources including the National Parks Service and the South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium. Chris Day has received funding from the Center for Public Choice & Market Process and a Faculty Research and Development Grant. Matt Nowlin has secured funding from the South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium and the Center for Public Choice & Market Processes. Likewise, Jordan Ragusa has received funding from the Center for Public Choice & Market Processes and the Dirksen Congressional Center. Mark Long's Southbound project is partly funded through a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. In addition, Claire Wofford received a grant from the American Political Science Association. Finally, Kendra Stewart, who also directs the Joseph P. Riley Center for Livable Communities, secures a large number of grants and contracts each year.