Political Science alumni and member of the Missouri State University Board of Governors/, Kendall Seal testified before the House General Law Committee yesterday in support of the Missouri Earned Family & Medical Leave Act. His full testimony can be read
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It will be of little surprise to those of you who knew Max Skidmore during his tenure at Southwest Missouri State (1968-1982), but he’s still going. To read his comments on President Trump’s first 100 days, see – Max Analysis.
Political Science alumni, Joe Passanise and Scott Pierson, will offer a DWI update and field sobriety demonstration on May 18th entitled “Don’t Blow it Part 2.” DWI Update and Field Sobriety For more information, see the SMBA Bar/Brew schedule calendar
The Political Science department was pleased to welcome back Dr. Kamran Bokhari for a lecture entitled “Islamists, Jihadists, Autocratic Meltdown & Geosectarianism.” Dr. Bokhari is a 1999 Political Science and 2002 MIAA (Global Studies) alumnus. Dr. Bokhari is a senior
2009 Alumna Lina Benabdallah has accepted a tenure-track position in Political Science at Wake Forest University. She will begin teaching in the Fall. Congratulations, Lina!
Katie Babits graduated in 2012 with an MPA focused in Local Government Management. She recently joined the City of Eugene Oregon’s City Manager’s Office as a Human Rights and Equity Analyst. A large piece of this work entails supporting the
Global Studies Program Director, Dr. Dennis Hickey, was able to meet MGS alumni James Gilmore and Aaron Kruse, along with our current Renmin (People’s) University exchange student, Jacob Hannah, on his recent trip to China. Assuming the vehicle in the
Thinking about what law you want to practice? How about where? A recent Washington Post article by Danielle Paquette takes a closer look at the shortage of lawyers in rural America. To read the full article, see Post. (For those
Dr. Kevin Pybas with Plenary Speaker, Doris Kearns Goodwin It may have seemed like trials and tribulations at times, but last week’s Public Affairs Conference was a rousing success. While we know that many people were involved at all stages
It is always nice to see alumni; even nicer to see them for campus events; nicer still during the Public Affairs Conference. The Public Affairs Conference culminates with the Public Affairs Wall of Fame dinner. We were glad to be