Computer Tear Apart, Study, and Deeestroy Activity Electronic Democracy Class, Spring 2018 Steffen Schmidt, Lucken Endowed Professor of Political Science Iowa State University So that my students could understand the hardware and data systems driving cyber space and Information and Communications Technology I organized a two session activity. The first day the … Continue reading Computer Tear Apart, Study, and Deeestroy Activity
Mark Nieman, Assistant Professor of Political Science, is an author of a brand-new book from University of Michigan Press: Rising Powers and Foreign Policy Revisionism. The book addresses possibilities for international conflict associated with the rise of the so-called BRICS countries: Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa. Further information is available at: https://www.press.umich.edu/9449686/rising_powers_and_foreign_policy_revisionism
The 3rd edition of the classic textbook, Introduction to Global Politics, by Richard W. Mansbach and Kirsten L. Taylor, has been published. Richard Mansbach is Professor of Political Science at Iowa State University. He was recently honored with the International Studies Association Distinguished Scholar’s Award (2017) and the Brian and Roni Gardner Faculty Award (2016) … Continue reading New Book from ISU Professor
Senior Lecturer Ellen Pirro led a delegation of 4 graduate students and 7 undergraduates to the March 9-10, 2017, United States Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM) student conference, held at Creighton University. ISU is a member of the Academic Alliance, which is sponsored by USSTRATCOM. Students attended from 11 different institutions, including Stanford University and the Air … Continue reading United States Strategic Command Conference
January 27, 2017, the Department of Political Science held its first-ever Spring Festival Lunar New Year celebration. Students, faculty, and family members of the Department shared food, conversation, and music appropriate to the occasion. Decorations pictured were appropriate for the Year of the Rooster.