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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Victoria Gomez Takes On The Supreme Court

Graduated members of Pi Sigma Alpha never fail to impress with the opportunities that come their way! Victoria Gomez, a graduate from California State University, Fullerton (CSUF) in the class of 2015, first chose to study history. However, after frequent trips to Mexico, she got what she calls “the political science bug” which led her to analyze […]

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Pi Sigma Alpha Members Named APSA Minority Fellows

The American Political Science Association has named fourteen outstanding students as winners of the 2017 Minority Fellowship.  As part of this class of 2017 fellows, six are Pi Sigma Alpha members. Kennia Coronadois is a senior at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and a member of the Epsilon Xi chapter on  campus. She also took part […]

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