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Professor Jennifer Hudson

Jennifer Hudson
Professor of Political Behaviour

Room: 4.06, 36/38 Gordon Sq.
Emailjennifer.hudson@ucl.ac.uk
EA: Nellie Raymond-Willis
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Biography

Jennifer Hudson is Professor of Political Behaviour, Deputy Dean for the Faculty of Social & Historical Sciences, and Acting Vice-Dean for Equality, Diversity & Inclusion at UCL. She is also the Director of the Development Engagement Lab (DEL), a multi-country research programme working in partnership with over 30 international development NGOs and government ministries to analyse and understand public support for aid and sustainable development. 

Professor Hudson earned a PhD (MA) in Political Science from the University of California Riverside, and a MA in Social Science from California State University, San Bernardino.

Research

She has published on a wide range of topics analysing elite and mass political behaviour, including public opinion and engagement with development; support for foreign aid; and parliamentary campaigns and elections. Jennifer’s research has been funded by the Gates Foundation, Economic and Social Research Council, Danish Council for Independent Research, Nuffield Foundation and Leverhulme Trust.

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