Political Science and Criminal Justice

The Chair's Message

chair mahalleyHello alumni and friends! Greetings from the Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice. I hope everyone is staying cool during these hot summer months.

In this issue of our newsletter, we are featuring our undergraduate general political science program and celebrating the 10th anniversary of our Town Hall Meeting program. Please take a few minutes to read about the accomplishments of our faculty members, students, and alumni and learn more about how we are celebrating ten years of civic engagement in our department. We hope you enjoy learning more about our programs and students. 

Our department continues to grow, both in terms of students, faculty members, and staff members. We have over 1,100 students majoring in our degree programs, and this fall we will welcome five new assistant professors to our department. We will also soon welcome a new Administrative Support Coordinator. Please check back in our fall newsletter for introductions to our new colleagues.  

You can continue to stay updated about department news and events on the department’s website or its Facebook account at: https://www.facebook.com/CSUC-Department-of-Political-Science-470831303009315/.

The College of Behavioral and Social Sciences also has social media accounts on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/bsschico/), Twitter (@ChicoStateBSS), and Instagram (@chicostatebss) where you can stay updated about college news.

As always, we love to hear from our amazing alumni and donors. Please don’t hesitate to contact us with news and accomplishments at politicalscience@csuchico.edu.

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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