2019 EITM Summer Institute


The Emory University Political Science Department will host the 2019 Summer Institute on EITM: Empirical Implications of Theoretical Models from July 1 - July 19, 2019

What is EITM?

Funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF), this program trains graduate students and junior faculty in EITM, a research strategy that integrates theoretical models and empirical research to improve and expand our understanding of politics. The institute will integrate developments and findings from throughout political science, including the substantive areas of American politics, comparative politics, international relations, and political economy. Applications for the program are due on Monday, February 4, 2019 by midnight (Eastern Standard Time).

Who are we?

Maggie Penn

Director, EITM 2019 Summer Institute

  • Professor of Political Science
  • Emory University

Debbie Allen

Project Coordinator, EITM 2019 Summer Institute

  • Graduate Program Coordinator, Political Science
  • Emory University

Allison Cuttner

Graduate Research Assistant, EITM 2019 Summer Institute

  • PhD Student, Political Science
  • Emory University

Jimmy Szewczyk

Graduate Research Assistant, EITM 2019 Summer Institute

  • PhD Student, Political Science
  • Emory University