Catching up with Jennifer DeNardis

    Nothing quite piques an interest in politics like putting kids in charge of policy-making. Jennifer DeNardis’s first interest in political science began just before her freshman year of high school, when she participated in 4-H of Wisconsin’s Kids in the Capitol seminar at the annual Youth Leadership Conference, where she and a group […]

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Taking the Stage: Gerry Regep

    “I challenge the Class of 2018 to be bold, to be brave— Kaboom!— take risks, show love, be open to new ideas, new perspectives and ways of understanding the world, be thankful, meet new people, travel, dance, sing, stress less, smile more, advocate for something that you believe in, stay inform, read, think, […]

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Pi Sigma Alpha Advisor Honored at Seton Hill University

By Josh Weiner Pi Sigma Alpha Intern, Spring 2018 Today, the average university faculty member is drawn in many directions, but the triad of teaching, research, and service remains a centerpiece. For many faculty, the service component may be where there is the least time available but the personal reward may be highest. Not every […]

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