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Johnston to Peace Corps

Johnston to Peace Corps

Political science graduate Jacob Johnston is joining the Peace Corps.

Zac Thiel Wins PLS/IR Outstanding Paper Award

Zac Thiel Wins PLS/IR Outstanding Paper Award

Zac Thiel's paper, "Exploring the Causes of Inequality in Developed Countries" has been selected as the Outstanding Paper written in 2015.

Spring/Summer Courses 2016

Spring/Summer Courses 2016

Check out the courses offered for this Spring and Summer!

Professor King Answers: GOP Strategy & Democratic Turnout Rates

Professor King Answers: GOP Strategy & Democratic Turnout Rates

Professor King answers looming questions about the GOP strategy and Democratic turnout rates.

The Heir Apparent Presidency

The Heir Apparent Presidency

The Political Science Department is pleased to announce the publication of Professor Donald Zinman's book: The Heir Apparent Presidency

Professor Erika King Evaluates Primary Results

Professor Erika King Evaluates Primary Results

In an interview, Political Science professor Erika King discusses the New Hampshire primary results

Professor Erika King Discusses Caucus Results

Professor Erika King Discusses Caucus Results

Professor Erika King Discusses What Comes Next for Presidential Candidates

Miller-Adam's Research appears in The White House

Miller-Adam's Research appears in The White House

Professor Miller-Adam's research was a leading influence in the White House this past week.

NEH Common Heritage award

NEH Common Heritage award

The Kutsche Office of Local History at Grand Valley State University, building on the work of Professor Andy Schlewitz, received a Common Heritage Grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to collect oral histories of Michigan migrant workers.

Student Founds Breast Cancer Awareness Organization

Student Founds Breast Cancer Awareness Organization

Political Science minor Mollie Smith founds BRCAn't Stop Me.

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