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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 the 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 also 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. Jo Ann Ewalt received external funding from the South Carolina for the Homeless and the Charleston Homeless Coalition. Finally, Kendra Stewart, who also directs the Joseph P. Riley Center for Livable Communities, secures a large number of grants and contracts each year.