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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Professors, Student Recognized for Diversity Advocacy
Kelly Clancy, assistant professor of political science, John Spilker, assistant professor of music and gender studies, and Flor de Maria Garcia-Garza, a junior business and psychology major, were each recognized for their work in raising awareness for issues of diversity and inclusion on campus.
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Senior Finds Passion for Environmental Law Through White House Internship
She worked as a legislative page as a first-year student, and again as a junior. As a college sophomore, she interned for Nebraska State Senator Danielle Conrad. On campus, she serves on the Student Affairs Senate.
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