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Lander Students Participate in S.C. Student Legislature in Columbia
Thirteen Lander University students played the roles of state legislators when the South Carolina Student Legislature convened recently at the State House in Columbia.
Lander’s Young Faculty Teaching Award winner knows the ins and outs of politics and government
Dr. Chad Kinsella, assistant professor of political science at Lander University, caught the “politics bug” while he was a student at Georgetown College, but as deeply as he has become involved in the history and workings of government and politics over the years, he harbors no ambitions for public office. Teaching and research into the broad spectrum of political geography are his main academic interests.
Another Lander student picked for the prestigious Washington Semester program
Jamison Nicklaus, of Simpsonville, a junior political science major at Lander University, is scheduled to spend the fall semester of his senior year working and studying in the nation’s capital, as an intern in the Washington Semester program sponsored by the University of South Carolina Honors College.
Lander Students Meet with Gov. Haley
While in Columbia last week for the fall session of the South Carolina Student Legislature, Lander University SCSL members met and had their photograph taken with Governor Nikki Haley.
Lander creates another opportunity for students to live, work and learn in Washington
Since 2010, eight Lander University political science and history majors have completed Washington Semester Internships sponsored by the University of South Carolina Honors College.
Lander honors top Business and Public Affairs scholars at annual awards ceremony
More than 50 Lander University students were recently honored for their scholastic accomplishments during the 2012-13 academic year, receiving the top academic discipline and special awards from the university's four colleges. The awards were presented during Lander's annual Academic Awards ceremony, held at the conclusion of the spring semester.
Lander University student receives Barnes scholarship
Lander University political science major Ettele M. Toole, left, of Evans, Ga., is the recipient of the Robbie Barnes Political Science Scholarship.
Lander University student receives Louise McMullin scholarship
Lander University political science major Tiffany Vanhpraseuth, right, of High Point, N.C., has been awarded the Louise Willing McMullin Scholarship, established in 1995 by Dr. Leo F. McMullin, professor emeritus of business at Lander.
Lander University students receive political and social sciences scholarship
Two students in Lander's College of Business and Public Affairs have received the Political and Social Science Scholarship. Pictured, from left, are Tiera Stewart, of Lancaster; Dustin McAfee, of Chester; and Linda Carson, Lander lecturer of sociology.
Lander University student receives Gorham scholarship
Lander University criminal justice management major Dena Gossett, left, of Greenwood, and has been awarded the Walter Gorham Criminal Justice Scholarship, which was created in December 2006 as a memorial to Gorham by his family.
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