Politics and Literature Classes Visit Montgomery AL Museum and Memorial

Dr. Paige Schneider's Politics of Poverty and Inequality class partnered with Dr. Jennifer Michaels Literature and Composition class and traveled to Montgomery, Alabama on November 10 2019, to visit the Legacy Museum, and the Peace and Justice Memorial.

Presidential Fellows Program -The 2019-2020 Fellows Review

The Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress is pleased to announce the publication of the 2019-2020 Fellows Review
Carter Ware's (C'20) paper, 
"FROM THE WAR ON DRUGS TO THE OPIOID CRISIS: A COMPARISON OF THE NIXON APPROACH AND THE TRUMP APPROACH IN COMBATTING DRUG USE IN AMERICA"
was selected for publication in the Presidential Fellows Review, the house journal of the Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress. Carter served as Fellow at the CSPC 2019-20.

Alexa Fults, C’21, awarded prized fellowship in international relations

Alexa Fults, a senior politics major from Morrison, Tennessee, has been awarded one of the most prestigious fellowships in international relations, a James C. Gaither Junior Fellowship from the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. She was nominated by the University for placement in the Fellowship's Russia and Eurasia Program, and was selected for that program.

Aaron Gold Publishes Article

Professor Aaron Gold has a forthcoming article, "Moral Hazard at Sea: How Alliances Actually Increase Low-Level Maritime Provocations," in International Interactions.