Our newest MPPA faculty, Jessie Harney, sheds light on her experience and the educational path that lead her to teaching at CSU.
A nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that advocates for open inquiry, viewpoint diversity and constructive disagreement has added Colorado State University to its network of campus communities.
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed claimed on Oct. 13, 2023, that his landlocked country has a right to demand maritime access to a Red Sea port from its neighbors in the Horn of Africa.
The Conversation U.S. turned to Mahad Darar, a Yemeni politics expert at Colorado State University, to explain what is behind the Houthis’ involvement in the war.
Dominik Stecula is an assistant professor of political science at Colorado State University. His research focuses on the intersection of political communication, political behavior and science communication in the American media. Stecula recently spoke on CSU’s The Audit podcast about the changing way people look at the media and democracy.
Sure, a political science 101 textbook might offer one definition, but students in a special Colorado State University class have been given a space to create their own, culminating in a Constitutional Convention at the end of the semester.
In 2023-24, CSU emphasized democracy and civic engagement for our thematic year. From screen to stage and the Supreme Court to Latin America, our faculty explore issues of democracy.
Bob Lawrence, professor emeritus in the Department of Political Science, passed away Oct. 8 at the age of 91. Those who knew the longtime Colorado State University professor said he was an inspiring figure, a powerful voice in political science — and a dear friend and mentor. Lawrence’s footprints linger within the halls of the […]
On Oct. 17, author and scholar of extremism and radicalization Cynthia Miller-Idriss will speak at “Hate in the Homeland: Far Right Threats to Democracy and What We Can Do,” part of Colorado State University’s Thematic Year of Democracy.
Nigel Daniels (B.A., political science, ’14) named Distinguished Graduate of the Last Decade