8 December 2020
Lindsey Brenner ‘20 came to Aggieland her sophomore year in the hopes of pushing herself academically. She’s done just that while making lifelong friends in the process.
1 December 2020
Elizabeth Alexander '01 makes history after being appointed to the first-ever all-female White House communications team for the Biden Administration.
2 November 2020
Expanding Opportunities for Underrepresented Students in Political Methodology: The Data Lab @TAMUPOLS
Professor Britanny Perry writes a post for the American Political Science Association explaining DataLab @ TAMU
10 September 2020
The Woody Jones award honors excellence in research by political science undergraduates. This year produced three outstanding research papers that will share the award.
5 November 2019
The Allen Building houses the Department of Economics and the Department of Political Science. By Hannah LeGare ’19 Benjamin Freeman and Michelle Gamboa are making headways in their respective localities. Freeman works in Washington D.C., proving that a liberal arts degree makes a city cultivated and sophisticated. Gamboa works in Houston, Texas using her talents […]
12 August 2019
DeKoch in Morocco. Photo: provided. By Hannah LeGare ‘19 DeKoch and students reading together. Photo: provided. Margo DeKoch, a political science graduate from Texas A&M, is already a published author and known philanthropist in her local community in south Texas. The twist? She graduated last year. While the twist is nothing short of a jaw-dropper, DeKoch […]
9 July 2019
By Alix Poth ’18 The next generation of our nation’s leaders aren’t only built inside a classroom; rather, they’re established as they gain hands-on experience of what leadership actually looks like. The Potomac Summer Institute (PSI) has positioned itself to provide that exact encounter for Aggies who are ready to become leaders in Washington D.C. Joseph […]
3 April 2019
Erica Pauls, sophomore Political Science student By Alix P ’18 Few Aggies know of Matthew Gaines, former slave-turned-senator who was a tireless advocate for the historic land grant act that established Texas A&M University. But sophomore political science student and president of the Matthew Gaines Task Force Erica Pauls knows of his poignant place in history, and […]
27 June 2016
The Department of Political Science congratulates recent Ph.D. program graduates Blake E. Garcia and Cameron Wimpy for winning the European Political Science Association’s 2016 award for the best published paper. Their paper, titled “Does Information Lead to Emulation? Spatial Dependence in Anti-Government Violence” was published in the January 2016 issue of the journal Political Science […]
30 March 2016
The Fasken Graduate Student Teaching Awards Committee and Professor Chester Dunning, holder of the Murray & Celeste Fasken Chair in Distinguished Teaching in Liberal Arts, recently announced the awardees of the 2016 Fasken Distinguished Student Teaching Awards. Graduate student Nick Conway was honored as one of the recipients. Additionally, Nick has also been awarded a Distinguished Graduate Student Award […]