On Wednesday, November 9th, The Department of Political Science will be hosting an open house in the Roy Irving Theater. For more info, contact Joe DeLorenzo firstname.lastname@example.org
Anna Brown, chair of the Department of Political Science and director of the Social Justice Program, will deliver the 10th Annual Julio Burunat Memorial Lecture at Fordham University on October 23. Click here to learn more. In addition, her essay, “We Can Do No Less: Buddhism and Social Justice,” has been published in the book […]
FiOS1 News covered the presidential debate viewing party held on campus on September 26. This video segment highlights the mixed opinions of Saint Peter’s students. The reporter interviewed three voters with differing opinions, one supporting Donald Trump, one supporting Hillary Clinton and one undecided. Click here to view the segment.
Students, faculty and staff gathered for a Constitution Day Celebration, “On the Wall” sponsored by The Department of Political Science, The Guarini Institute for Government and Leadership and The College of Arts and Sciences. The event was a conversation regarding the Constitution, immigration policy and social movements featuring Steven Lonegan, New Jersey campaign manager, “Cruz […]
On Ebru-TV’s weekly talk show, Fresh Outlook, Alain Sanders, political science professor at Saint Peter’s University,appeared on a panel to discuss the use of music without permission at political rallies.
Alain Sanders, political science professor at Saint Peter’s University, recently appeared on a panel on the talk show, Fresh Outlook. In the segment he discussed the results of the Iowa caucus.
Barna Donovan, Ph.D., director of the graduate program in strategic communication, and Alain Sanders, political science professor at Saint Peter’s University, recently appeared on a panel on the talk show, Fresh Outlook. In the segment both professors discussed the death of David Bowie and the Powerball jackpot.
Alexander Mirescu, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Department of Political Science, wrote the first Guarini Institute for Government and Leadership white paper titled, “Global Disaster Risk Reduction Policy and Subnational Application: An Assessment of Policy Effects of Hurricane Sandy Three Years On.” The Guarini Institute’s white paper series is designed to stimulate timely and relevant […]
Alain Sanders, professor of political science, was recently a guest The Jim Bohannon Show, a nationally syndicated radio talk show. During the segment he discussed Hillary Clinton’s appearance in front of the Benghazi committee. Click here to hear the complete program.
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