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Political Science Making Headlines

Headshots of students Bongani Ndebele and Lauren Patrick (right)

Two GW Students Earn Civic Fellowships for Commitment to Public Service

Sophomore English and political science major Lauren Patrick was honored with a national Newman Civic Fellowship for her leadership and service.

Cammie Hussey

Class of 2024 Share GW Memories

Members of the CCAS Class of 2024, including political science major Cammie Hussey, recalled their fondest GW memories as they prepare to receive their degrees.

Professors Hayes and Hankinson

Students in Introductory Political Science Class Gain Knowledge to Help Them Become Tomorrow’s Leaders

Professor Danny Hayes and Assistant Professor Michael Hankinson discussed what they want their students to take away from their course with GW Today.

SGA President and Vice President

Ethan Fitzgerald Elected SGA President, Ethan Lynne Vice President

The sophomore duo from CCAS will represent the GW student body during the 2024-2025 academic year.

Students and alumni talking at a Politics and Values event

Politics & Values: 50th Anniversary Celebration

More than 60 Columbian College alumni, students and faculty came together to celebrate the 50 year anniversary of the Politics & Value Program at GW.

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In Video: Democracy's Shifting Attitude

CCAS Dean Paul Wahlbeck and Political Science Professor Andrew Thompson discuss the impact of threat and anxiety on American Democracy.