Recommended resources by the Department of Political Science faculty include:
American Political Science Association
International Studies Association
Midwest Political Science Association
Paul Hensel’s International Relations Data Site
Emory University International Relations and Political Economy Data Site
Social Science Research Network
Center for International Development and Conflict Management
FAOStat (Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN statistical site)
Middle East Forum
Wall Street Journal
The National Review
The New Republic
Center for Strategic and International Studies
American Enterprise Institute
Scrapple Face; News Fairly Unbalanced
Recently, students have interned at “Meet the Press,” The Washington Times, the United States Supreme Court and with various federal departments, agencies and members of Congress.
Recommended resources by the Department of Political Science faculty.
An integral component to an excellent undergraduate education, research opportunities help prepare students for top graduate and professional programs and successful careers in professional sectors.
Students gain a foundational understanding of the important theories, methods and research findings of political scientists and are prepared to relate this specialized knowledge to their primary field of study.
Students gain timely and global insight into the salient issues surrounding national security matters, both theoretical and historical.
Every student’s story is different, and how you choose to take advantage of the numerous opportunities to learn, grow and flourish is up to you.