Distinguished Professor Ali Riaz has published a coauthored study on the ownership of media in Bangladesh. ‘Who owns the media in Bangladesh’ examines the patterns of media ownership and its nexus with politics.
Sohel Rana, a second-year graduate student, has published a book chapter titled “The God Gap? Public Perception on Religion-Politics Mix in South Asia,” in the volume Religion and Politics in South Asia (Routledge, 2021 Second edition).
The Center for a Sustainable Water Future will present Dr. John Schwartz, speaking about the Fescue Belt in the United States.
T.Y. Wang, University Professor and Chair of the Department of Politics and Government, was interviewed by This Morning, a current affairs program of TBS eFM which is the first all-English radio station in Seoul, South Korea.
Distinguished Professor Ali Riaz has published a co-authored paper on the strategies of election manipulation in 2018 Bangladeshi election
The ISU mock trial team competed at the 32-team Racheter Invitational hosted by Central College in Pella, Iowa on January 23-24.
Department of Politics and Government alum Claudia Chavez ’05 has been appointed as a White House liaison of the U.S. Department of Education. Her involvement in Student Government Association allowed her to explore and develop her interests.
T.Y. Wang, University Professor and Chair of the Department of Politics and Government, was interviewed by the Voice of America on the triangular relationship of China, Taiwan, and the U.S. during the Biden presidency (in Chinese).
The Central Illinois Paralegal Association (CIPA) offers students enrolled in a local paralegal studies program the opportunity to receive a $500 scholarship.
Illinois State University’s commitment to AmeriCorps alumni through the Stevenson Center earned the institution a new honor: the university is now a School of National Service.