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LYNN VAVRECK Associate Professor of Political Science O 3351 Bunche Hall University of California, Los Angeles T 310-825-4855 4289 Bunche Hall W lynnvavreck.com Box 951472 F 310-825-0778 Los Angeles, CA 90095-1472 E lvavreck@ucla.edu Educati on Ph.D. Political Science, 1997, University of Rochester. Concentrations in American Politics, Political Methodology, and Political Philosophy M.S. Political Scien
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  LYNN V VRECK Associate Professor of Political Science O 3351 Bunche Hall University of California, Los Angeles T 310-825-4855 4289 Bunche Hall W lynnvavreck.com Box 951472 F 310-825-0778 Los Angeles, CA 90095-1472 E lvavreck@ucla.edu Education Ph.D. Political Science, 1997, University of Rochester. Concentrations in American Politics, Political Methodology, and Political Philosophy M.S. Political Science, 1996, University of Rochester M.A. Political Science, 1992, Arizona State University B.S. Political Science, 1990,   Arizona State University, Magna Cum Laude Faculty and Political Appointments University of California Los Angeles, Associate Professor of Political Science, January 2009 to present   University of California Los Angeles, Assistant Professor of Political Science, July 2001 to 2008 Dartmouth College, Assistant Professor of Government, July 1998 to June 2001 Princeton University, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Presidential Campaign Reform Task Force, Research Associate and Executive Director, 1997-1998 Office of the Vice-President of the United States of America, Press Advance Representative, The White House, 1991-1992. Grants and Awards NSF, Program Grant, The Role of Racialization in the Obama Presidency, 2010-11 NSF, Research Meeting Grant, Planning Meeting on the Future of Election Studies, 2010 Paul F. Lazarsfeld Award for Best Paper Presented in Political Communication at the 2007 American Political Science Association Meeting, Chicago, Ill. UCLA Center for the Study of American Politics, Research Grant, 2007 Stanford University, Hoover Institution National Fellowship, 2007 UCLA Assistant Professor Career Development Award, 2006 Council on Research, UCLA Academic Senate, Faculty Grant Program, 2006 Carnegie Corporation Strengthening Democracy Grant, October 2004 Council on Research, UCLA Academic Senate, Faculty Grant Program, 2004 Yale University Institution for Social and Policy Studies, major project support 2003 Center for Investigation and Research on Civic Learning and Education, University of Maryland, 2002 Council on Research, UCLA Academic Senate, Assistant Professor Initiative Grant, 2002 Council on Research, UCLA Academic Senate, Faculty Grant Program, 2002 Dartmouth College Wilson Faculty Research Fellowship, 2001-2002 (declined) Rockefeller Center at Dartmouth College, Social Science Research Grant, 2000 American Political Science Association Small Research Grant Award, 1999 Harvard University, Joan Shorenstein Center on The Press, Politics and Public Policy Goldsmith Research Award, 1999 Publications: Articles and Books A11 Jackman, Simon and Lynn Vavreck. 2010. “Primary Politics: Race, Gender, and Age in the 2008 Democratic Primary,”  Journal of Elections, Public Opinion, and Policy   20:2, May, 153-186. B2 Vavreck, Lynn. 2009. The Message Matters: The Economy and Presidential Campaigns , Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. B1 Bartels, Larry M. and Lynn Vavreck. Eds. 2000. Campaign Reform: Insights and Evidence , Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. A10 Vavreck, Lynn and Douglas Rivers. 2008. “The 2006 Cooperative Congressional Election Study,”  Journal of Elections, Public Opinion, and Policy, November.  Updated: June 2010 Lynn Vavreck 2 A9 Green, Donald P. and Lynn Vavreck. 2008. “Analysis of Cluster-Randomized Field Experiments: A Comparison of Alternative Estimation Approaches,” Political Analysis, 16:   2, 138-152. A8 Gilens, Martin., Lynn Vavreck, and Marty Cohen. 2007. “See Spot Run: The Rise of Advertising, the Decline of News, and the American Public’s Perceptions of Presidential Candidates”  Journal of Politics  69: 4, p. 1160. A7 Vavreck, Lynn. 2007. “The Dangers of Self-Reports of Political Behavior”, Quarterly Journal of Political Science  2:287. A6 Fowler, Linda L., Constantine J. Spiliotes and Lynn Vavreck. 2002. “Sheep in Wolves’ Clothing: Undeclared Voters in New Hampshire’s Open Primary,” PS: Political Science and Politics , V XXXVI, No. 2. A5 Vavreck, Lynn, Constantine J. Spiliotes and Linda L. Fowler. 2002. “The Effects of Retail Politics in the New Hampshire Primary,”  American Journal of Political Science,  46: 3. A4 Spiliotes, Constantine J. and Lynn Vavreck. 2002. “Campaign Advertising: Partisan Convergence or Divergence?  Journal of Politics , 64:1, p. 249-261. A3 Vavreck, Lynn. 2001. “The Reasoning Voter Meets the Strategic Candidate: Signals and Specificity in Campaign Advertising, 1998.”  American Politics Research,  29,:5, p. 507-529.   A2 Fowler, Linda L., Constantine J. Spiliotes, and Lynn Vavreck. 2001. “Group Advocacy in the 2000 New Hampshire Primary,” in PS: Political Science and Politics , Volume XXXIV, No. 2 (June ), P. 267-275. A1 Stevenson, Randolph T. and Lynn Vavreck. 2000. “Does Campaign Length Matter? Testing for Cross-National Effects,” British Journal of Political Science , 30, p. 217-235. Manuscripts Under Review and Working Papers M8 Jackman, Simon and Lynn Vavreck. “Cosmopolitanism,” invited for inclusion in an edited volume honoring Ray  Wolfinger. Paul Sniderman, Editor. M7 Jackman, Simon and Lynn Vavreck. “Meaning Beyond Measure? The Role of Obama’s Race in the 2008 Election.” M6 Vavreck, Lynn and Donald P. Green. “Rocking the Vote: A Field Test of Television Advertising Effects on Behavior. ” M4 Gaines, Brian, Douglas Rivers, and Lynn Vavreck. “Income Tax Rates: A Conjoint Study of Citizens’ Preferences.” M3 Trager, Robert F. and Lynn Vavreck. “Managing the Maddening Crowd: Experimental Evidence for Audience Costs.” M2 Hill, Seth J., James Lo, John R. Zaller, and Lynn Vavreck. “The Decay of Advertising Effects in Midterm Elections.” M1 Geer, John and Lynn Vavreck. “Negativity and Candidate Placements.” Publications: Chapters and Reports C6 Fowler, Linda L., Constantine J. Spiliotes and Lynn Vavreck. 2002. “Interest Group Advocacy in the New Hampshire Primary,” in The Interest Group Connection: Electioneering, Lobbying and Policymaking in Washington,  Paul S. Herrnson, Ronald G. Shaiko and Clyde Wilcox, Editors. New York: Chatham House Publishers.  Updated: June 2010 Lynn Vavreck 3 C5 Vavreck, Lynn. 2001. “Voter Uncertainty and Candidate Contact: New Influences on Voting Behavior,” in New Agendas: Communication and U.S. Elections , Rod Hart and Daron Shaw, Editors. New York: Rowman and Littlefied. C4 Vavreck, Lynn. 2000. “How Does it All ‘Turnout’? Exposure to Attack Advertising, Campaign Interest, and Participation in American Presidential Campaigns,” in Campaign Reform: Insights and Evidence , Larry M. Bartels and Lynn Vavreck, eds. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. C3 Fowler, Linda L., Constantine J. Spiliotes, and Lynn Vavreck. 2000. “The Role of Issue Advocacy Groups in the New Hampshire Primary,” Getting Inside the Outside Campaign: Issue Advocacy in the 2000 Presidential Primaries , David Magleby, Editor. Utah: Brigham Young University. C2 Fowler, Linda L., Constantine J. Spiliotes, and Lynn Vavreck. 2001. “The Role of Issue Advocacy Groups in the New Hampshire Primary,” in PS: Political Science and Politics , e-symposium “Outside Money in the 2000 Presidential Primaries, David Magleby, editor. Volume XXXIV, No.2. C1 Campaign Reform: Insights and Evidence – Report of the Task Force on Campaign Reform . 1998. Princeton, NJ: Trustees of Princeton University. Original Data Collection Principal Investigator) Vavreck, Lynn. 1999.  Midterm Election Advertising Dataset 1998, (MEAD).  Dartmouth College: Hanover, NH. Fowler, Linda L., Spiliotes, Constantine J., and Lynn Vavreck. 2000. Dartmouth College AP New Hampshire Primary Election Poll . Hanover, NH. Vavreck, Lynn. 2002. Observational v. Experimental Data . Knowledge Networks, Inc.: Menlo Park, CA. Vavreck, Lynn. 2003. Off-year GOTV Field Experiment Dataset.  University of California: Los Angeles, CA. Vavreck, Lynn. 2004.  Rock the Vote: Presidential Election GOTV Field Experiment Dataset  . University of California: Los Angeles, CA. Vavreck, Lynn. 2005. Presidential Election Discourse Dataset 1952-2000 . University of California: Los Angeles, CA. Vavreck, Lynn. 2006. Cooperative Congressional Election Study, UCLA Team Module . Polimetrix, Inc.: Palo Alto, CA. Vavreck, Lynn. 2006. Cooperative Congressional Election Study, Vavreck Module . Polimetrix, Inc.: Palo Alto, CA.  Jackman, Simon D. and Lynn Vavreck, 2007-2008, Cooperative Campaign Analysis Project  , YouGOV/Polimetrix, Inc.: Palo Alto, CA. Publications: Book Reviews By Stan Greenberg, Review of The Message Matters: The Economy and Presidential Campaigns , by Lynn Vavreck, Princeton University Press: Princeton, NJ, (Review appeared in The American Prospect, October 2009). The Image is Everything Presidency: Dilemmas in American Leadership.  Richard W. Waterman, Robert  Wright, and Gilbert St. Clair. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1999. (Review appeared in Political Science Quarterly  , Spring 2000  ).  By Paul Gronke, Review of Campaign Reform: Insights and Evidence , Larry M. Bartels and Lynn Vavreck, Editors, University of Michigan Press: Ann Arbor. (Review appeared in  American Political Science Review  , December 2001). In Defense of Negativity  , by John Geer. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. (review appeared in Political Communication 2008). Campaigning for Hearts and Minds , by Ted Brader. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. (review appeared in Political Communication 2008). The Economic Vote  by Raymond Duch and Randolph Stevenson. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press (review appeared in  Journal of Politics 2009). Professional Activities Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC), Experts Panel, 2010 Council Member at Large, Experiments Section of American Political Science Association, 2010  Updated: June 2010 Lynn Vavreck 4 Member, APSA Carey McWilliams Award Committee, 2009-2010 Member, APSA Political Communication Lazarsfeld Award Committee, 2009-2010 Member, Experiments in Governance and Politics Network (EGAP), 2009 American National Election Studies, Board of Overseers, 2009-2012 Editorial Board, Political Communication , 2009-2011 Editorial Board,  American Journal of Political Science , 2009-2011 Associate PI, Time-sharing Experiments for the Social Sciences (TESS), 2009-2010 British Election Study Board of Overseeers, 2009-2013 National Science Foundation Workshop on Data Infrastructure for Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2009 Analyst, Integrated Media Measurement Incorporated, San Mateo, CA, 2006 Study Director, Cooperative Congressional Election Study, 2006 Panel Development, Polimetrix, Inc., Palo Alto, CA, 2003- 2006 Member, Voices of Reform Committee, Commonwealth Club of California, 2005-7 Member, American National Election Study 1998 Pilot Study Programming Committee, 1997-98 Member, Annenberg School of Communication Y2K Survey Planning Committee, 1997-98 Member, Board of Directors, Sorenson Institute for Political Leadership, The University of Virginia, 1997-98. Intern for  American Political Science Review,  G. Bingham Powell, Jr., Editor, 1994-1995. Referee for  American Political Science Review, American Journal of Political Science, Journal of Economics and Politics,  Journal of Politics, American Politics Quarterly, Political Science Quarterly, Princeton University Press, Perspectives on Politics , Political Communication, National Science Foundation,   and the  Journal of Theoretical Politics.   Courses and Department Service Survey Methodology (graduate course), 2009-10 Faculty Commencement Speaker, 2009 Member, Vice Chancellor’s Task Force to Evaluate the Institute for Social Research, 2010 Member, Dean’s Committee to evaluate the Social Science in Practive Program, 2010 Member, UCLA Academic Senate Committee on Faculty Welfare, 2009-2011 Member, University Committee on University Admissions and Relations with Schools (CUARS) Member, Dean’s Committee to Reinstate Survey Research Center, 2007 Chair, Graduate Outreach and Recruitment Committee, 2003-2006; 2008 to present Member, Graduate Studies Committee, 2006 Chair, American Politics Field, 2006-7 and 2010-11 Member, Undergraduate Studies Committee, 2008 Chair, Department Speakers’ Series 2006-7, 2008-9, 2010-11 Member, Department Executive Committee, 2006 Member, Department Development Committee, 2007 - present Member, Graduate Admissions Committee, 2003 to present Member, Dean’s Committee to Evaluate Survey Research Center, 2005 Member, Center for study of American Politics and Policy Advisory Board, 2005 Introduction to Political Behavior (graduate course) Introduction to American Politics, UCLA (353 students enrolled) America in the 1960s (UCLA General Education Interdisciplinary Course) Director, Dartmouth College Department of Government Honors Program, 1999-2001 Quantitative Political Analysis, Dartmouth College Campaigns and Elections, (graduate and undergraduate course) Public Opinion, (undergraduate) Media and Politics Seminar, (undergraduate) Campaign Reform, (with Larry Bartels) Princeton University (undergraduate) The Political Process, Humanities Department Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester (undergraduate) Program Participation Graduate, Campaign Management Institute, American University, June 1991. Participant, Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research Summer Program on Quantitative Methods, University of Michigan, August 1991. Graduate, Institute for Comparative Political and Economic Systems, Georgetown University, August 1989.
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