How Does MSRP Work?
APSA maintains a database of African-American, Latino/Latina, Native-American, and Asian-American undergraduates who have been identified as possible candidates for graduate study in political science. These undergraduates can be identified by their departments, by their advisors, or submit their own names for the database. The database is updated periodically and made available to the nation’s top graduate political science programs who are enrolled in the program for their annual recruitment of doctoral students.
For any questions or more detailed information about the program, contact email@example.com or Kimberly Mealy, Director of Diversity and Inclusion Programs, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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