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Political Science and Criminal Justice

Political Science Presentations

Interested in what our faculty and guest speakers are talking about? Check out these public presentations by POLS & CJ faculty, and invited speakers.

“Past and Future CSU, Chico Research around Homelessness”(opens in new window) – Radio program on KXFR with Professors Wilking and Kornbluh, with student Mariela Ramos Jimenez, and Western Regional Advocacy Project’s Paul Boden, February 7, 2018.

“The European Refugee Crisis and EU Response: Lessons from Teaching Abroad in the Czech Republic”(opens in new window) – Presentation by Professor Jennifer Wilking (CSU, Chico - International Relations), at the International Forum on October 24, 2017

“The Role of Democracy in International Law”(opens in new window) – Presentation by Professor Adam Irish (CSU, Chico - International Relations) at the International Forum on October 3, 2017

“Policing and Political Participation”(opens in new window) – Presentation by Professor Traci Burch (Northwestern University), for Constitution Day 2017

“Machiavelli’s Popular Prince”(opens in new window) – Presentation by Professor Catherine Zuckert (University of Notre Dame), Pi Sigma Alpha Presentation on April 18, 2017

For more past presentations, see Connect Learn Engage(opens in new window).

Political Statements is the official newsletter of the Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice at California State University, Chico.

With over 1,000 total majors, the Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice is one of the largest departments at Chico State. Students choose courses from a rich curriculum, providing close student-faculty contact in each of the following majors of study: U.S. politics, legal studies, criminal justice, international relations, and public administration. The department also offers a Master of Public Administration and a Master of Arts in Political Science.

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