Political Science

Kent State alumnus Preston Mitchum is a member of the cast of Summer House: Martha's Vineyard.

When he was a student at Kent State University, Preston Mitchum, BA ‘08, was heavily involved in student government and other organizations and recalls taking part in a considerable number of campus protests. 

headshot of Dr. Uma S. Krishnan

The Department of English, School of Peace and Conflict Studies, Department of Political Science and Department of Africana Studies are collaborating with South Korean universities, Chonnam National University and Jeonbuk National University, to bring Kent State the Second International Graduate Colloquium on Cultural Memory Studies.

Book cover image of Paramilitary Groups and the State Under Globalization

Julie Mazzei, Ph.D., associate professor and interim director of the School of Multidisciplinary Social Sciences and Humanities, in the College of Arts and Sciences at Kent State University, will take part in a virtual roundtable discussion with her co-authors of an edited volume "Paramilitary Groups and the State under Globalization: Political Violence, Elites and Security", edited by Jasmin Hristov, Jeb Sprague and Aaron Tauss (London: Routledge, 2022) on February 23 from 2-3:30 pm EST online via Zoom.

2021 PRSSA Bateman Case Study Competition will be distributing painted rocks throughout campus to support their campaign, To Unity and Beyond.

Throughout this week (February 22-26), Kent State University public relations students participating in the 2021 PRSSA Bateman Case Study Competition will educate their peers through a variety of tactics/initiatives about civility through an Instagram campaign titled “To Unity and Beyond.”

Students who are interested in learning more about what civility means, why it matters and how they can help make a change in their future careers through public discourse are encouraged to visit the group’s Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/listentolearnksu/?hl=en.

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Julie Mazzei, Ph.D., associate professor of political science, wrote an op-ed titled "Being able to separate fact from fiction will save a government of, by, and for the people" which appeared on cleveland.com on Feb.7.  

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