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Five Political Science Students receive Critical Language Scholarship

Five Political Science Students receive Critical Language Scholarship

Five of the seven WKU students that received the prestigious 2013/2014 Critical Language Scholarship are majors in the Department of Political Science. The Critical Language Scholarship, funded by the U.S. Department of State, provides seven to ten weeks of intensive language instruction and structured cultural enrichment experiences abroad. The award covers all costs for travel, study and living expenses during the program.

Elizabeth Gribbins (Political Science and French, Louisville, KY)—Arabic

Kelli Hogue (International Affairs& Asian Religions and Cultures, Burlington, KY)—Chinese

Bailey Mack (International Affairs & Spanish, Louisville, KY)—Chinese

Tyler Prochazka (International Affairs & Asian Religions and Cultures, Newton, KS)—Chinese

Kelly Tursic (International Affairs & Asian Religions and Cultures, Union, KY)—Chinese

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Information Session for The Washington Center

Join us September 29th in Grise Hall room 337 to learn more about the internships offered through The Washington Center.

See the latest IBM Center for The Business of Government Report

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Monday September the 15th begins Constitution Week here at WKU. The Political Science Department has partnered with a few other departments on campus to bring you a week full of events aiming to help students become more engaged citizens.

 Last Modified 7/23/13