CV

 
Education
PhD Candidate Political Science
University of California, Irvine

​2014 - present

 

Fields: American Politics, Comparative Politics, Quantitative Methods

 

Master of Political Science
University of California, Irvine

​Apr 2017

Master of Education
Boston University
Sep 2014

Curriculum and Teaching, Emphasis in Special Education

Bachelor of Science in Environmental Studies

University of Oregon

Minor in Political Science

Batch Honors
Jun 2012

Publications
  • Arora, Maneesh, Davin Phoenix, and Archie Delshad. ”Policies Policing Police: Examining Media Influence on Police Reform.”

  • Arora, Maneesh, and Rein Taagepera. 2017. ”The Stubborn Law of Female-Male Literacy: Why the Gap May Widen.” Journal of Education and Social Policy 7(1): 35-46.

 

Personal Data
  • Address: 67405 Verano Rd., Irvine, California 92617

  • Phone: 503 750 9933

  • Email: maneesha@uci.edu

Professional Memberships
  • American Political Science Association

  • R

  • SPSS

  • STATA

  • Hindi (Conversational) skill

Skills
  • aLATEX

  • R

  • SPSS

  • STATA

  • Hindi (Conversational) skill

Under Review
  • Arora, Maneesh. ”Immigrant Opposition in a Changing National Demographic.” Revise and Resubmit.

  • Arora, Maneesh and Christopher Stout. ”Coethnic Mobilization of Asian Americans: Examin- ing Support for the Black Lives Matter Movement.” Revise and Resubmit.

  • Arora, Maneesh, Davin Phoenix, and Archie Delshad. ”Policies Policing Police: Examining Media Influence on Police Reform.”

  • Phoenix, Davin and Maneesh Arora. ”From Anger to Action among Asian Americans: Assessing the Roles of Acculturation and Identity.”

Working Manuscripts
  • ”Cycles of Prejudice: Explicit Appelas in the Donald Trump Era.”

  • ”Muslims in America: Unified by Religion or Divided by Nation?”

  • ”Asian American Identity in the Trump Era.” (with Danvy Le and Christopher Stout)

  • ”Individual Ignorance or Collective Brilliance? Measuring Knowledge of Democracy in the
    US and UK.” (with Hannah June Kim)

  • ”Policies Policing Police: Examining State Measures on Law Enforcement Post Ferguson.”
    (with Davin Phoenix and Archie Delshad)

Awards & Grants
  • 2018 Travel Grant, Diverse Educational Community and Doctoral Experience ($500)

  • 2018 Travel Grant, Associated Graduate Students ($400)

  • 2017 Associate Dean Fellowship, School of Social Sciences ($6,600)

  • 2017 Center for the Study of Democracy Seed Grant, Dr. Michael Tesler ($3,000)

  • 2017 IQMR Research Grant, Political Science Department

  • 2017 Travel Grant, Diverse Educational Community and Doctoral Experience ($300)

  • 2016 Peltason Fellow, University of California, Irvine

  • 2016 Gerber Scholar, International Society of Political Psychology

  • 2016 Center for the Study of Democracy Seed Grant, Dr. Bernard N. Grofman ($1,500)

  • 2016 Center for the Study of Democracy Seed Grant, Dr. Sara Goodman ($1,500)

  • 2016 ICPSR Research Grant, Political Science Department ($2,500)

  • 2016 Outstanding Teaching Certificate, Political Science Department

  • 2016 Prestage-Cook Travel Award, Southern Political Science Association ($250)

  • 2016 Travel Grant, Associated Graduate Students ($250)

  • 2015 Outstanding Teaching Certificate, Political Science Department

  • 2015 Center for the Study of Democracy Seed Grant, Dr. Davin Phoenix ($2,500)

  • 2015 Center for the Study of Democracy Seed Grant, Dr. Bernard N. Grofman ($2,500)

  • 2015 Departmental Research Grant, Political Science Department ($1,000)

Conference
Presentations
  • American Political Science Association Annual Conference (2016, 2017)

  • Midwest Political Science Association Annual Conference (2016, 2017, 2018)

  • Politics of Race, Immigration, and Ethnicity Consortium Conference (2017)

  • Western Political Science Association Annual Conference (2016, 2018)

  • Southern Political Science Association Annual Conference (2017)

  • Center for the Study of Democracy Graduate Student Conference (2015, 2017)

  • Institutions in Context: The Role of Money in Politics (2016)

Original Data
Collection
(Principal Investigator)
  • Arora, Maneesh and Christopher Stout. 2018. Pre/Post 2016 Election Survey on Racial Attitudes. Oregon State University

  • Phoenix, Davin, Maneesh Arora, and Archie Delshad. 2017. State Legislative Action on Policing. University of California, Irvine

  • Phoenix, Davin, Maneesh Arora, and Archie Delshad. 2017. Media Perspectives on Policing. University of California, Irvine

Instruction
  • Racial and Ethnic Politics in the US, Chapman University (Spring 2018)

  • Introduction to American Government, California Polytechnic Institute (Summer 2017)

  • American Government, University of California, Irvine (Spring 2017)

Teaching
Assistant
  • Public Opinion (Fall 2017, Fall 2016, Winter 2016), Professor Michael Tesler

  • Introduction to American Government (Winter 2017), Professor Michael Tesler

  • Introduction to Race and Ethnicity (Winter 2016), Professor Michael Tesler

  • Introduction to Public Law (Fall 2015), Professor Tony Smith

  • Ethnic and Justice in International Affairs (Fall 2014), Professor Stephen Bach

Professional
Experience
Research
Experience
Service