In November 2017, Maggie O'Connor '17, Va'aifetu Ripley '17, Collin Butler '18, Megan Rockett '18 and Katherine Quinn '17 presented their panel discussion, "Geopolitics, Energy and Democracy on Collision Course in the Mediterranean" at the Northeast Political Science Association (NPSA) Conference in Philadelphia.
Delve into the fascinating relationship between people and government. War and peace. Cultural values and public opinion.
The governmental and political systems of the world are informed by much more than just present day politics. Our students are challenged to understand, research and critically assess the intricate relationships between people, cultures, history, domestic governmental and political systems, and the international arena.
The Political Science Department offers students the opportunity to integrate theory and classroom learning with practice, through such experiences as international travel, summer institutes, internships, classroom simulations and participation in Model UN. Our graduates have a profound impact both domestically and internationally, and are involved in a range of issues and movements, such as human rights both at home and abroad, political reform, legal reform and public policy advocacy.
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Emmanuel College graduates can be found making their mark at leading companies and organizations all over the city of Boston, across the country and around the world. But their path to success and fulfillment starts on campus, with a commitment to achieve at the highest level in their studies, in leadership roles and in student clubs and organizations, while engaging in purposeful work that honors their obligations to their communities and the wider world.