In a recent issue of China-U.S. Focus, James Morris Endowed Professor of Political Science, Dennis Hickey, argues that "there is a pressing need for both Washington and Beijing to recalibrate their respective policies toward Taipei." To read the full article, see Salience of Taiwan. … [Read more...] about Dr. Dennis Hickey Offers U.S. and China a Wake-Up Call
Still trying to convince Mom and Dad about the value of a Political Science degree? The Missouri State University Career Center offers a number of career planning tools. One particularly useful tool is What Can I Do With This Major. No peeking at other majors like Philosophy, Economics, Sociology, Anthropology, Religious Studies, Criminology, or History. … [Read more...] about But Mom, I Like Political Science!
Dr. Indira Palacios recently presented at a virtual event, including seventeen professors from all over the world, to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on teaching and research and the different strategies used to deal with these impacts. … [Read more...] about International Higher Education and COVID-19
The Political Science department is pleased to announce the 2020-2021 undergraduate and graduate scholarship awards: Alice Bartee - Eric Wunsch Olivia Bischler - Ashlyn Koontz Stephen and Andrea Bough - Joshua Conaway Curl, Robert and Lyn Foster, and David Heinlein - Nathan Piche Frank Dinka, Alumni, and Book - Marissa Galloway Horace Haseltine and Judge Jack … [Read more...] about 2020 Scholarship Awards
Congratulations to Political Science major, Samuel Cade, on his success at the 2020 National Forensics Association Lincoln Douglas Debate Grand Prix. After debating 10 rounds, 5 on Saturday and 5 on Sunday, Sam earned 10th place; meaning that in the preliminary rounds regardless of win-loss record, he spoke the 10th best. In the elimination rounds, he placed 6th overall. … [Read more...] about Sam Cade Earns Lincoln-Douglas Success