Washington Post publishes article by Professor Cristina Bodea on Gender Diversity in Central Banks

The Washington Post recently published an article by International Relations Professor Cristina Bodea and Ph.D student Tara Iseneker.  Click here Read More »

Undergraduate Political Science major, Anna Cumming, nominated for prestigious graduate school scholarship

Michigan State University Honor’s College student, Anna Cumming, majoring in history and political science, has been nominated for the Mitchell Read More »

Prelaw Mentoring Program Deadline September 29

The College of Law and College of Social Science is offering a Prelaw Mentoring Program open to junior and senior Read More »


December 16: Fall 2017 Commencement Ceremony

The College of Social Science will hold its Fall 2017 Commencement Ceremony at Breslin Center.  Please join faculty and staff Read More »


Jamil Scott will be joining the Department of Government at Georgetown University as a tenure track assistant professor in Fall 2018.    She will be contributing to the American politics subfield through her research and teaching interests in race and ethnicity politics. Jamil will be graduating from the PhD program in Spring 2018. Her dissertation examines the relationship between candidate training programs and representational outcomes at the state level with a specific focus on women and minorities. Jamil was an active participant in the Graduate Student Association within the department, having served in multiple leadership roles, and has been an active member in the Alliance for Graduate Education and the Professoriate at MSU since 2013.