Entries tagged with ‘Political science’

Former Deputy National Security Advisor is 2019 Lindau Resident in Conservative Thought

Dr. Meghan O'Sullivan of Harvard University's Kennedy School will engage in dialogue regarding energy policy, sustainability, and foreign relations.

Baring The Struggle For Climate Change Justice

Gustavus first-year student Nathan Baring is suing the federal government in landmark climate change lawsuit Juliana v. United States.

Thomas Friedman Highlights MAYDAY! Peace Conference

The Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist will discuss the war on the press at home and abroad on May 1.

Minnesota Supreme Court Justice, Alum To Give Christenson Lecture

1976 graduate and Minnesota Supreme Court Justice Barry Anderson will give the Ronald S. and Kathryn K. Christenson Lecture in Politics and Law.

Dr. Alisa Rosenthal Named Provost at Randolph-Macon

After 15 years in the Department of Political Science and numerous leadership roles at Gustavus, her new position will begin July 15.

Students Take to the Capitol for Advocacy, Networking

The annual Day at the Capitol visit connected students with lawmakers and Gustavus alumni who work in various government and public service roles.

International Compassion and Service: Kendra Rinas ’05

Uganda, Ghana, Chad, Nairobi, Nepal, and Malaysia. The list grows as Gustavus Alum Kendra Rinas travels around the globe serving others.

Leading by Example: Henry Adebisi ’18

After a busy career on the Hill, the senior is taking his leadership, creativity, and activism with him as he transitions to his career in June.

Gustavus Students Advocate at the State Capitol

Lobbying in support of the Minnesota State Grant program, President Bergman and 30 students traveled to St. Paul for a day of advocacy and networking.

Students, Professor Partner to Author Book Chapter

Political science professor Chris Gilbert worked with seniors Joe Cella and Alex Jensen to author a chapter on the 2016 election.