Political Science Major
USM’s 2016-2017 Maine Policy Scholar Announced
Elizabeth Wilson, a history and political science double major from Lewiston, Maine, was selected as the 2016-2017 Maine Policy Scholar from USM. Funded by the Maine Community Foundation, each of the University of Maine System’s seven campuses select a Maine Policy Scholar.
Fall 2016 Registration Newsletter
Current newsletter with the latest department news, events, and courses- summer and fall.
2016 College Convention
September 9th-10th, 2016: Student delegates representing colleges/universities from all 50 states and DC will meet on the Dominican campus in San Rafael, CA to plan strategies for using social media to expand conversations with young voters nationwide about the issues that matter most to them. Registration for this event is on-going until March 28th. Go to collegedebate16.org for more info or contact Hanna Rodriguez-Farrar: email@example.com
Green Corps Paid Training Deadline March 4th
Green Corps full year paid training for college grads interested in environmental organizing application deadline is March 4th. Visit www.greencorps.org for more info.
Internship: Maine International Trade Center
Maine International Trade Center is seeking interns in international trade through their Future Global Leaders program.
Spring 2016 Newsletter
Why should I check out the department newsletter? Well, it has an at-a-glance look at classes being offered by HTY and POS and also has them broken down by campus and online. Plus, we've thrown in a little department news and course descriptions for topics classes being offered.
Professor Schmidt has Bi-weekly Column with Maine Beacon
Professor Schmidt contributes to the online magazine Maine Beacon with a bi-weekly column.
Social Media Activism Minor mentioned in recent Wired Magazine article on the Refugee Crisis
A recent article published by Wired Magazine mentioned USM's new Social Media Activism minor and featured quotes by Francesca Vassallo, Associate Professor of Political Science.
POS Major Chosen for Stennis Intern Program on Capitol Hilll
Congratulations to Autumn Duguay, Political Science major, who did her summer internship in Washington, D.C. where she interned in the office of Senator Angus King. Autumn was additionally selected for the prestigious Stennis Intern Program on Capitol Hill! Students interested in the Political Science Internship course should contact Prof. Robert Klotz (firstname.lastname@example.org). Reminder: Make sure to plan well in advance for your internship, so you can receive academic credit for it.
Congratulations to Political Science Major Neal Young!
Political Science major Neal Young has just accepted a position with Vote Smart in Montana. Neal was selected for his preparation in empirical political analysis. Congratulations, Neal!