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About Us: Our Faculty

Faculty Distinctives

» Faculty members in the political science department are actively involved in research and scholarship in addition to advising and teaching.

» Faculty regularly work with student research assistants.   Between 2005-2010, department members have worked with 17 different student researchers through the McGregor Program and the Paul Henry Institute student research program. Some students have accompanied faculty members at conferences and on fieldwork

» Thanks in large part to the department’s Washington, D.C. and state and local internship programs, the faculty serve students as readily available counselors and contacts for employment or other professional opportunities after graduation.

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Current and former political science professors present data from a survey about religion and public life at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.

Learn more about Kevin den Dulk, political science professor and director of the Paul B. Henry Institute for the Study of Politics and Christianity.

See more information about each faculty member in the department.