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Constitution Week 2010

Constitution Week 2010, turned out to be a great success! Kicking off the event with voter registration and white boards to celebrate freedom of speech. A lively crowd gathered in front of DUC. Many discussion panels and lectures were held around campus, catering to an array of political views. With free hot dogs, cupcakes, political party buttons and lots of constitutional awareness, this year's Constitution Week turned out better than ever!
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Five Political Science Students receive Critical Language Scholarship

The Critical Language Scholarship is funded by the U.S. Department of State.

WKU Political Science Graduate hired by Americans for Prosperity

Julia Bright Crigler, a 2011 graduate of WKU was recently hired as the Kentucky state director for Americans for Prosperity.

WKU Political Science Graduate joins Nashville Law Firm

Political Science graduate, Catie Lane Bailey (Class of 2007), is the new Senior Policy Advisor for Miller and Martin Law Firm in Nashville, TN.

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Five Political Science Students receive Critical Language Scholarship

The Critical Language Scholarship is funded by the U.S. Department of State.

WKU Political Science Graduate hired by Americans for Prosperity

Julia Bright Crigler, a 2011 graduate of WKU was recently hired as the Kentucky state director for Americans for Prosperity.

WKU Political Science Student Recieves Fulbright Scholarship

Allison Feikes, an International Affairs student at WKU received a Fulbright Scholarship to teach English in Turkey.

 Last Modified 7/23/13