"Twenty Years After the Wall: (Inter)National Identity and the Future of Democracy in the post-Cold War Era". All lectures are free and open to the public.
Dr. Neal McCrillis, Mildred Miller Fort Foundation Distinguished Chair of International Education and Director,"International Education in the Aftermath of the Cold War," March 2 at 12:30 p.m. in the Sara D. Spencer Event Hall in the International House.
The Pre-Law Organization is sponsoring "Pathways to Law Lecture Series."
Thursday, March 25 at 12:30pm. in the Sara D. Spencer Event Hall in the International House.
A Political Science Degree is a pathway to law school, graduate school, or employment with government agencies or private sector organizations (businesses, interest groups, research organizations). While no specific undergraduate major is required for law school, the political science program addresses the communication skills, critical understanding of institutions, behaviors and values, and analytical thinking recommended for the study of law.
NEW: The Bill Chappell Memorial Scholarship will assist students in Columbus State’s Master of Public Administration program. The CSU Foundation is accepting contributions to the fund. Go to http://giving.ColumbusState.edu for instructions on donating by check and credit card or call 706-568-2028 for more information.
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