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Tyler McAfee, a sophomore at UNH studying political science, was interviewed by CNN as part of its coverage of New Hampshire’s first nationally televised GOP Primary debate Monday, June 13, 2011. A member of the UNH College Republicans, McAfee first became involved in presidential politics as a volunteer for John McCain’s primary and presidential campaigns when he was 15 years old. We were curious about McAfee’s CNN experience and what issues are important to college students. Here’s what he had to say. Read Full Story
Elizaveta Minko, POLT major, has been named a 2011 John G. Winant Fellow by the Carsey Institute. The Fellowship provides 3 undergraduates with $3250 each for their summer internships in public service in New Hampshire.
Elizaveta will be doing her internship as a summer intern teacher with Breakthrough Manchester, at the Derryfield School – an academic program for “promising middle school students – especially those with limited opportunities”. The program ... Read Full Story >
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Registration for Fall 2011 begins Monday, April 25th
Time and Room schedule is now available on-line by going to line @http://myunh.unh.edu.
Political Science will be holding their MANDATORY pre-registration meetings on the following days:
April 19, 2011 T 1240-2:00 HORT 307
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Prelaw Advising at UNH is proud to share this update from Mock Trial Coach Charlie Putnam:
The Wildcat Litigators 2010-11 season came to an end in dramatic fashion at the AMTA Opening Round Championship Series in White Plains, New York. The team failed to earn a bid to the "Gold Round" (college mock trial's equivalent of the Sweet 16) by a single point on a complex tie-breaker mechanism. Along the way the team earned a tournament honorable mention and two individual ... Read Full Story >
George Kenneth Romoser, professor emeritus of political science, died on Feb.1, 2011.
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