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Virtual instruction extended through end of spring semester – COVID-19 update 13-3/18/2020

March 18, 2020 – 4:00p.m.   Re:       Virtual instruction extended through end of spring semester – COVID-19 update 13     Dear Iowa State students, faculty, and staff,   As the COVID-19 pandemic escalates, Iowa State University has decided to move all courses to virtual instruction for the remainder of the spring semester. The state … Continue reading Virtual instruction extended through end of spring semester – COVID-19 update 13-3/18/2020

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Sarah Meisch At SCUSA 2019

Political Science senior Sarah Meisch was Iowa State University’s participant at the Student Conference on U.S. Affairs (SCUSA), at the United States Military Academy (West Point), October 30 to November 2, 2019. The topic for this year’s 71st SCUSA conference was Advancing the National Interest – The Intersection of Domestic Politics and American Foreign Policy. … Continue reading Sarah Meisch At SCUSA 2019

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Professor of Political Science Steffen Schmidt analyzes the second Democratic debate.

In Podcast by George Lucken Professor of Political Science Steffen Schmidt analyzes the second Democratic debate. His take away is that the format of the debates is a disaster. Too little time. The moderators, he argues, were also terrible because they were instigating a cock fight between the candidates. He also noted that, oddly, the … Continue reading Professor of Political Science Steffen Schmidt analyzes the second Democratic debate.

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FAO at Iowa State

October 22, 2018, from 10am-12noon, in 510 Ross Hall, the Department of Political Science hosted a presentation on global environmental issues, food, and agriculture, followed by a Q&A session on internships and job opportunities for students in Washington, DC. The session was led by Patty Beneke and Ahdi Mohammed. Patty Beneke, one of the illustrious … Continue reading FAO at Iowa State