After 10 months with the Senate Committee on Veterans’ Affairs as a Legislative Aide, 2016 alumni, Asher Allman, was promoted to the position of Legislative Assistant. Asher will continue with the Committee under the leadership of the new chairman, Senator Jerry Moran of Kansas. Asher’s portfolio includes service dog issues, Second Amendment rights, oversight of the VA’s … [Read more...] about Update from Asher Allman
Given the push toward STEM and workforce development, a recent article in the Washington Post by Susan Svrluga, offers some surprising insight into the value of a libearl arts education. To read the article, see Liberal Arts. … [Read more...] about The Practicality of a Liberal Arts Education (no, really)
Shout out (again) to Gilbert, AZ and Town Manager, Political Science alumni Patrick Banger. Gilbert has received a AAA bond rating from all three major rating agencies. To red the full press release, see AAA. … [Read more...] about You go, Gilbert!
It was my pleasure to join the Ozark Mountain Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution on Saturday, January 18th for a discussion of the influence of John Locke on the major principles contained in the Declaration of Independence. … [Read more...] about Un-Locke-ing the American Experience
After serving 2 years as Governor Parson's Director of Kansas City Affairs, 2017 alumni, Reid Hansen, was promoted to be the Governor's Director of Advance. This position handles the Governor's events all around the state as well as the travel plans and safety plans that need to be put in place for the Governor's travel. This position allows Reid to coordinate with … [Read more...] about Reid Hansen “Advances”