Category Archives: Professional Notes

Farnsworth Comments in the National and Regional News

Farnsworth Comments in the National and Regional News

Political Science Professor Stephen Farnsworth has been quoted in several current national news stories, including the following:

In this suburban Democratic primary, all 4 candidates are first-generation Americans (The Washington Post)

State’s primary process is ‘something of a free for all’ (NBC 12)

After a Mass Shooting, Virginia Is Rethinking Its Gun Laws—and Rewiring the 2020 Race (Mother [...]

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Farnsworth Interviewed in The New York Times, The Washington Post and NPR

Farnsworth Interviewed in The New York Times, The Washington Post and NPR

Political Science Professor Stephen Farnsworth has been quoted in several current national news stories, including the following:

After Another Mass Shooting, Another Virginia Governor Tries to Change Gun Laws (The New York Times);

Gov. Ralph Northam will convene special session of Virginia legislature to take up gun control (The Washington Post)

What Impact Could the Special Session Have [...]

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Farnsworth Comments on State Primaries, President’s Japan Visit and Medicaid Expansion

University of Mary Washington Political Science Professor Stephen Farnsworth has been quoted in several current news stories, including Democrats flock to state primaries (Chesterfield Observer);  U.S. President Continues Visit to Japan (CTV News Channel); and Trump Country sees majority of new enrollees under Va.’s Medicaid expansion (Virginia Mercury)

Farnsworth Presents Presidency Research at George Mason University

Stephen Farnsworth, Professor of Political Science and Director of the University’s Center for Leadership and Media Studies, recently discussed research findings from his new book, “Presidential Communication and Character: White House News Management from Clinton and Cable to Twitter and Trump” at the Conference on Character Assassination in Theory and Practice at George Mason University.

Information on the book