By: Shelby Steuart Over the course of his presidency, Obama appointed 55 appellate judges, 35 of whom were women and/or people of color, making the US Court of Appeals the
The Department of Political Science offers AB, MA and PhD degrees with specializations in American politics, law and courts, and political theory. Known for the quality of their research, the faculty have published in all major political science journals and with leading university presses, have consistently ranked among the most productive in the nation, and have authored several widely used texts. Department faculty have won every major teaching award offered by the University and several Lilly Teaching Fellowships.
By: Shelby Steuart The idea that welfare benefits should be restricted to “native citizens” is one that has gained popularity within the political right, both in the United States and
Congratulations to Alice Kisaalita, winner of the Graduate School’s Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award, Sam Marcotte, winner of the Political Science Teaching Assistant of the Year award, and Aaron Hitefield, winner
On September 14, 2016, the Department of Political Science kicked off its 75th anniversary year with a reception at Nelson Mullins law firm in Atlantic Station overlooking the Atlanta skyline.