The University of Toronto is the leading Canadian university in the field of political science and has an internationally renowned faculty, so choosing to study there was a no-brainer. My experience as an undergraduate student in political science was amazing. I learned to develop my arguments and express them in a coherent and well-reasoned manner — an essential skill for anyone planning to pursue a career in fields related to politics. — Abouzar Nasirzadeh, Winner of the Jules and Elaine James Scholarship and the Suzanne and Edwin Goodman Prize. Completed an MA in international relations at the London School of Economics. Currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Political Science here at the University of Toronto.

Examining the robo-call controversy: an interview with Neil Nevitte

U of T political scientist discusses election irregularities

Article by Kelly Rankin, UofT News.

Posted March 2, 2012

There is a lot of speculation and finger pointing surrounding the current robo-call election controversy. U of T News spoke to Neil Nevitte, a professor of political science, to help sort out the details and find out what’s at stake. Nevitte is an expert in public opinion, voting, value change, and the problems associated with transitional elections.

Read the full interview at UofT News.

Comments (2 Responses)

  1. jane ludgate says:

    Neil Hi,

    Just reading your interview on election irregularities. Just also reminded me to e mail to ask did you receive my e mail few weeks ago..
    Jane (now in Ampthill)

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