Political Science Association at EIU
The Political Science Association (PSA) provides opportunities to engage in political discussion for all students, no matter their major, political affiliation, or level of political participation. We are a nonpartisan political association on campus that strongly encourages our members to engage their fellow members in substantive political conversations and to try to come up with practical solutions to issues at hand.
Careers in political science are competitive, so along with political discussion we will also provide our members with political resources and opportunities. These resources include: keynote speaking events, internship guidance, engagement with local politicians and alumni working in government positions, debates, volunteer options, and fundraising events. The options listed are skills members can use on their resumes. Members are strongly encouraged to participate in any or all of the options listed above.
If you are interested in joining the Political Science Association at EIU or have any questions please contact the association’s faculty adviser, Mr. John Morris (email@example.com).
Top and bottom: Fall 2017 debate sponsored by the Political Science Association between the College Republicans (left) and the College Democrats (right)
Top photo: Spring 2017 panel sponsored by the Political Science Association with graduate student Jack Cruikshank, Professor Anderson (Political Science), Professor Abebe (Economics) and Professor Murley (Journalism)
Bottom photo: Frida Arellano, political science student, PSA member and moderator