Dr. Jennie Sweet Cushman
Associate Professor of Political Science
Chatham University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
March 24: Jennie Sweet-Cushman: Women are worthy of your votes
February 3: Pennsylvania has some big races in 2022: but political parties are mostly staying silent. Why?
February 7: Inside Higher Ed: Family Friendly Conferences
March 8: Davis Richardson: Observer: Pro-Women 'Vote Me Too' PAC Launches Amid Political Upheavals
April 18: Eliza Collins: USA Today: Trump prompts Dem women to run for Congress in Pa., but they face 'old boys network'
May 16: Marie Solis: NewsWeek: Pennsylvania has Zero Women in Congress but that Could Change Dramatically in November
July 24: Sarah Anne Hughes: BillyPenn: The future of abortion access in Pennsylvania could hinge on its Governor's race
July 25: Sarah Anne Hughes: York Daily Record: The future of abortion access in Pennsylvania could hinge on its Governor's race
November 7: Sarah Anne Hughes: Billy Penn: Election 2018: The Year of the Woman in Pennsylvania
May 24: MJ Slaby: The Incline: Meet four Allegheny County women breaking glass ceilings as they run for mayor
June 12: Amanda Ripley: Politico: What will it take for women to win
February 5: Candy Woodall: PennLive: York resident in first Emerge Pa. class that trains women for office
March 21: Chatham University's Pennsylvania Center for Women & Politics' Jennie Sweet-Cushman on Lack of Women
May 15: Cheyenne Haslett: ABC News: In Pennsylvania Primary, a test for 'pink wave' with record number of women running
Interview with Mayor Muriel Bowser
April 12: Adelina Lancianese: WESA 90.5: More Women Than Ever Are Running for Congress. How Does Pennsylvania Stack Up?
May 21: Lindsay Lazarski: WSKG: PA Women Poised to Make History in Congressional Delegation After Primary Victories
October 28: Christopher Ayers: WESA 90.5: Why Does Pennsylvania Elect so Few Women to Political Office?
February 17: The Skinny on Teaching Evals and Bias