Our faculty publishes leading-edge research in a wide variety of fields. We prepare students to understand domestic and international affairs. Our areas of focus include national security and foreign policy, legal studies, environmental affairs, world politics and policy, global development, and international business.
Department of Political Science
Dr. Luke was an invited plentary speaker at a conference at the University of Exeter (UK) as well as an APSA presenter.
Congratulations to Cadet Maura Mayorga-Rau!
New assistant professor focuses on national security.
College Event Calendar
- Dec 01 - Dec 01 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM The Languages of the Seasons An exploration of the Outdoor Classroom and how the outdoors are an integral aspect of a child's learning across domains and content areas is displayed. Shannon M. Marshall, Teacher Child Development Center
- Dec 01 - Dec 01 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM Virginia Tech Research Center - Arlington "An International Approach to Preparing for the Humanitarian Consequences of Nuclear Emergencies"
- Dec 02 - Dec 02 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Residential Environments and Design Projects Class projects from Residential Environments and Design classes of Fall 2015 will be displayed. Dr. Kathy Parrott Dr. Eunju Hwang Margaret Carneal
- Dec 03 - Dec 03 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Residential Environments and Design Projects Class projects from Residential Environments and Design classes of Fall 2015 will be displayed. Dr. Kathy Parrott Dr. Eunju Hwang Margaret Carneal
- Dec 03 - Dec 03 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM 370/380 Shanks London Calling Study Abroad Info Session London Calling Summer Study Abroad: Info session on the London Calling program, a VT faculty-led program. Open to all majors. Students can earn 6 credits (in English or Classics or History). Faculty include three Academy of Teaching Excellence members: Trudy Harrington Becker of History, Andrew Becker of FLL, and Jane Wemhoener of English. For more info, see http://www.english.vt.edu/education-abroad/london-calling/index.html