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Alumni Spotlight: Brooke Goggans

Brooke Goggans has long experience working at the intersection of government and communications. After work in Washington, D.C., Boston, and Austin, she became the co-founder of Mosaic Strategy Partners, a Fort Worth-based Public Affairs and Strategic Communications firm. Mosaic creates targeted ...

Political Theory Courses

The following courses satisfy the Political Theory requirement for Undergraduate PS Majors: PS 199 Sp St Ethics, Identity, and Society (this course will count toward the 200-level requirement) PS 308 United States Political Thought PS 309 Political Ideologies PS 310 Roots of Democracy PS 311 ...

2017 Undergraduate Research Symposium

Interested in sharing your research or creative work? Consider participating in the 2017 Undergraduate Research Symposium – a research and presentation opportunity available to UO students. Read below for information on upcoming dates and deadlines!

2017 Undergraduate Research

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Alumni Spotlight: Leslie Miller

Leslie Miller’s studies in political science to UO led her into global marketing, currently as Marketing Manager for Europe and the Middle East at the IT consulting company Bluewolf. “My PS career helped me prepare for my career because I had to learn how to receive and digest information and ...

Alumni Spotlight: Akeel Qureshi

For Akeel Qureshi, the PS major gave him the skills in research, presenting, and imagining alternative solutions that have taken him from Berkeley, Beijing and London in tech-sector jobs. Now Director of Business Development for the startup PingSign.com in London, he came to UO from California due ...

Lisa Beard, Ph.D. Candidate, published in Contemporary Political Theory

Congratulations to our PS graduate student Lisa Beard whose article, “Flesh of their Flesh, Bones of the Bones: James Baldwin’s Racial Politics of Boundness,” has just come out in Contemporary Political Theory! James Baldwin, 1969 We know just how hard our graduate students work ...

Alternative Sovereignties: Decolonization Through Indigenous Vision and Struggle

Kirby Brown; Cherokee Nation and UO Department of English Guests at the Many Nations Longhouse were offered freshly-hunted deer, baked salmon and a very warm welcome to the three day conference on “Alternative Sovereignties” on Thursday May 8th 2014, with high-spirited panelists declaring that ...

Third Annual Climate Change Research Symposium

The University of Oregon successfully hosted its Third Annual Climate Change Symposium on April 16, 2014. The ambitious itinerary drew together colleagues from across a broad range of disciplines, as well as opening its doors to the Eugene community, to contribute to a debate about environmental ...

Welcome

The Department of Political Science offers a broad range of courses that lead students toward concrete skills and advanced study in six career paths: Public Policy and Political Action Politics, Law and Justice Politics of Business Global Engagement Sustainability, Development and Social Action ...

UO Political Science Centennial Celebration

It was the year of Woodrow Wilson’s inauguration.  In Europe, the First World War had not quite commenced.  And it was this same year, 1913, that the UO Board of Regents first established Political Science as an independent department of the University of Oregon.  In recognition of this ...


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