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Political Science & International Studies

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Buy a Book for Ukraine

Two Brockport clubs will hold a book charity sale in support of Ukraine. President Volodymyr Zelensky set up Ukraine24, a fundraiser raising charitable donations for war torn Ukraine.

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Political Science Student Serve as Mock Trial Jurors

Eight students served as mock jurors for UB Law School’s mock trial on Saturday, April 30. Several local attorneys served as evaluators and our students had a chance to collaborate with them during their “deliberations.”

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Department of Political Science Sponsors Student Tour of the NYS Supreme Court

On October 3, students from a variety of disciplines had the opportunity to tour the NYS Supreme Court, 4th Appellate Division, in Rochester, which hears appeals from 22 central and western New York State counties.

Student News

Josh Fidler

Political Science Major

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New: Legal Studies Minor

The Department of Political Science and International Studies has recently established a minor in Legal Studies to help prepare students for law school.

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Panel Discussion on War in Ukraine

A recording of a panel discussion held by the Department of Political Science and International Studies that addressed a number of key topics related to the war in Ukraine is now available.

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Political Science & International Studies Hosts Picnic

Thank you to all who attended the Department of Political Science and International Studies’ picnic on August 29. A plethora of students attended to enjoy food and games.

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Political Science Students & Legal Professionals Engage in Mock Trial

On May 10, Christine Seppeler’s Mock Trial class was able to demonstrate what they have learned by participating in a mock trial for a fictional lawsuit alleging wrongful death and premises liability.

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Class Connects Brockport & Ukrainian Students in a Virtual Classroom

The war in Ukraine disrupted a Russian Politics class, leaving students concerned about the well-being of their Ukrainian counterparts.

Student News

Caitlin Mahon