The Government and Politics department deeply values the voices and perspectives of all people. We are committed to having a diverse department that recognizes and appreciates the differences in race, ethnicity, culture, gender, sexual orientation, religion, age, abilities, class, nationality, and other factors. Our department prioritizes diversity and seeks to foster a diverse community reflected in its faculty, staff, and students.
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About the Department

Learn about the Department of Government and Politics.
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Stay informed about updates and events taking place in our department. Current Newsletter: May 2020   Past Newsletters April 2020
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Resources and Policies

Important resources and policies for current faculty and students.
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