Lincoln University’s Dr. Elizabeth Dorssom Published in Teaching Experimental Political Science
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The writing of Lincoln University’s Dr. Elizabeth Dorssom, assistant professor of political science, is featured in the new book, Teaching Experimental Political Science.
Teaching Experimental Political Science, edited by Dr. Elizabeth A. Bennion, features chapters by teacher-scholars who “explain how to spark a student's natural curiosity about the world they live in by using experimental design to test basic intuition, generate and answer ‘what if’ questions, and address real world problems that matter deeply to students, researchers, policymakers, political practitioners, and the community at large,” according to the book description.
Dr. Dorssom’s chapter is titled, “Train the Trainer: A Field Experiment Workshop for Graduate Students & Faculty.” The book is expected to release mid-January 2024.