Political Science Department

Fulbright Scholarship to Take NWU Grad to Estonia

Samantha Redfern became interested in Estonia at the start of her Nebraska Wesleyan education. She spent an entire semester learning and writing about Estonia through her Introduction to International Politics class.

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Gilman Scholarship Will Take NWU Junior to the Southern Caucasus

Abby Cawley says her classes on war and peace and foreign policy helped her think about the possibilities

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Political Science Professor to Discuss Chilean Identify Politics

Kelly Bauer, assistant professor of political science, ha

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Three NWU Students Win Gilman Scholarships to Study Abroad

Three Nebraska Wesleyan University students will spend th

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NWU Junior Among 20 U.S. Students Selected for Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute

A Nebraska Wesleyan University student is among 20 underg

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Window to the World: After an Array of Experiences, Boren Scholar Headed to Latvia

Chance Kennicutt came to Nebraska Wesleyan intending to major in business. He thought law school might be in his future but wasn’t certain. But a class taught in an Old Main classroom became his window to the world.

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Fulbright Scholarship to Send Political Science, Modern Language Major to Spain

The Fulbright Scholarship is the flagship international education exchange program sponsored by the U.S. government.

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Three NWU Students Accepted into JET Program

Felicia Phares, Kate Richerson and Grant Jackman, all of Lincoln, have each been accepted to the Japanese Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program.

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Revolution 1968: Class Examines Turbulence of Past and Present

Fifty years later, Assistant Professor of Political Science Kelly Clancy asked, “how can events of that year help us understand the turbulence experienced today?” The issue became Clancy’s topic for her fall Archway Seminar for first-year students.

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Curtis Lecture on Public Leadership to Address Changing the Narrative on Adolescents

A Nebraska Wesleyan University alumnus and Rhodes Scholar is returning to her alma mater.

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