Political Science Department

Pre-Law Club Sponsored Lecture: "Do We Have A Right to a Full Plate?"

09/17/2014 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Location: 
Callen Conference Center

The Pre-Law Club will recognize Constitution Day as well as look ahead to the Visions & Ventures Symposium with a discussion on the right of food.

Political Science Majors Among Prestigious Boren Scholarship Winners

05/06/2014

Three Nebraska Wesleyan University students have each been awarded the prestigious Boren Scholarship, which will send them abroad for one year to develop language skills.

NWU Senior Among Four American College Students Selected for U.N. Conference

03/07/2014

Nebraska Wesleyan University senior Alex Langley is one of four college students in the country who will spend 12 days in New York participating in the international policymaking process.

Former U.S. Ambassador to Discuss Challenges to U.S. Foreign Policy

02/17/2014

A former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Sri Lanka, and for Counter-Terrorism will deliver Nebraska Wesleyan University’s annual Curtis Lecture on Public Leadership on Thursday, February 27.

Curtis Lecture on Public Leadership: Former U.S. Ambassador Peter Burleigh

02/27/2014 - 7:00pm
Location: 
Olin B Lecture Hall

Peter Burleigh was an U.S. ambassador three times to the United Nations, to Sri Lanka, and for Counter-Terrorism, and a Deputy Assistant Secretary of State three times.

NWU Guard Spends Off-Season Interning in Tbilisi

12/11/2013

Eric Jackson is very comfortable on the basketball court.

After a Childhood of Poverty, NWU Junior Now Channels Her Passion Into Food Drive

11/13/2013

It’s not uncommon to see a few college students wrinkle their noses at cafeteria food.

Despite Scrutiny, Student Says Internship Surrounding Affordable Healthcare Act is Rewarding

11/05/2013

Nebraska Wesleyan University senior Alexandra Langley is watching U.S. political history unfold right before her very eyes.

NWU Students Losing Internship Experience During Government Shutdown

10/07/2013

When a group of Nebraska Wesleyan University students traveled to Washington, D.C. this fall to live and work in the nation’s capitol, little did they know the kind of political and historical lesson they would get.