Political Science faculty members have active research programs. Projects span across the discipline and include, for example, the study of political theory, international political economy, Canadian foreign policy, women and politics, and public administration. Research expertise and recent publications are available on each faculty member’s web-page. In addition to individual projects, the department houses two major research initiatives: the Jerusalem Old City Initiative and the Cross-Border Transportation Centre.
There are frequent opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to participate in faculty research projects and related events. Joining the Political Science department makes students a part of this vibrant research community.