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International Studies and Political Science are the top 2 Majors who are studying abroad

In an increasingly interdependent world, promoting knowledge about diverse regions of the globe is a central part of the department’s mission. The Department of Political Science therefore encourages all students majoring in our department to broaden their understanding of global politics by participating in one or more of our faculty-led study abroad programs. The department

Alexander Lindenfelser has been awarded the 2022 Randall Outstanding Undergraduate Research award for his thesis research.

Congratulations to Alexander Lindenfelser, recipient of the 2022 Randall Outstanding Undergraduate Research Award   Alexander Lindenfelser (BA/MA Political Science) has been awarded the 2022 Randall Outstanding Undergraduate Research award for his thesis research.   Alexander’s research focuses on how the intensity and duration of economic sanctions affect the ability for industrial workers to mobilize against

Congratulations on the CLT Fellowship Ben Borja!

Congratulations to Ben Borja on His CLT Fellowship! Ben Borja, an international studies and political science double major, has been awarded the highly competitive Critical Language Scholarship to study Mandarin. Ben will be enrolled in an intensive, 8-week online program based in Dalian, China, which will combine language study with cultural activities. Ben Borja is scheduled

Great Undergrads! Emma Kenny

Emma Kenny, a junior political science major, has been accepted to present her research at the MPSA 2022. At the conference, Emma will present the preliminary findings of her research “Creating a Global Public: The Case of Al Jazeera’s the Stream.” Kenny has also received a full ASSURE fellowship in Spring 2021 to support this

Political Science Advising – Everything you need to know!

As we enter spring advising season, we wanted to make your lives as easy as possible with regard to advising, degree plans, and registration.  Every student will need to be advised to lift their registration hold, so that you can register for courses (you do not want to be running around right before your registration