The Percy Undergraduate Grant for Public Affairs Research supports up to six U.C. Berkeley undergraduate students per year who are conducting research on an aspect of American politics.
Since 2011 the IGS library has published the Percy research papers at eScholarship, UC's online publishing service.
Recent papers include:
- Choi, Gyu H: The Supreme Court, Public Opinion, and the Affordable Care Act: The Stability of Partisan Cleavage over Health Care
- Enger, Matthew W: Order from Chaos: Ethnogenesis, Direct Democracy and Statecraft in California, 1948-1958
- Holub, Tom: Remembering the Alamo: Demographic Change and Texas Politics
- Kitchel, Nicholas: Why They Voted: Youth Political Participation in the 21st Century
- Malhotra, Urvashi: The Great Shift: Analyzing the Effect of Public Safety Realignment on Crime in California Between 2009-2013
Learn more about the Percy Grant.
eScholarship is UC's online publishing platform, through which IGS publishes working papers and student research. Learn more about the IGS eScholarship collection.