Political Science Department

Research Grant Sends Political Science Major, Professor to Chile to Explore Water Rights

Water: a vital necessity. An available resource. An uncommon luxury?

Two NWU Students Awarded Prestigious Gilman Scholarship to Study Abroad

Two Nebraska Wesleyan University students have been selected to receive a Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to study abroad.

Senior Finds Passion for Environmental Law Through White House Internship

Rachel Bauer loves politics.

Former Obama Special Assistant Nick Rathod to Deliver NWU Lecture on Public Leadership

Nick Rathod, a former special assistant to President Barack Obama, will deliver Nebraska Wesleyan University’s annual Curtis Lecture on Public Leadership on Tuesday, April 28.

Nick Rathod, a former special assistant to President Barack Obama and an NWU alum, will deliver Nebraska Wesleyan University’s annual Curtis Lecture on Public Leadership.

His lecture, “Why States Matter: How a Broken Washington is Pushing Policy Making to the States,” begins at 7 p.m. in Olin B Lecture Hall, located one block east of 50th and St. Paul Ave.

Rathod is now executive director of the State Innovation Exchange. Rathod previously served as a special assistant to the President and deputy director for intergovernmental affairs at the White House. 

NWU students will share their achievements during the annual Student Symposium.

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

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

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

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.

 

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