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New Course Inaugurates Drone Training

The College of Social Sciences and Public Policy is set to launch a new program that will actually have its students excited about their instructors droning on and on.

Career Forum, Open Classes Mark "Think Grad School" Week

As part of Florida State University’s campus-wide “Think Graduate School” week, October 13-16, 2014, the College of Social Sciences and Public Policy is offering a forum on careers in public policy and is opening several of its graduate-level classes to undergrads during the week. Both events are designed to help undergrads make decisions about pursuing advanced degrees in the social sciences.

Askew School Professor Takes on Important New Roles

Richard Feiock, the Jerry Collins Eminent Scholar and Augustus B. Turnbull Professor of Public Administration in the Askew School, was recently appointed to the Environmental Protection Agency Board of Scientific Counselors, one of only a handful of social scientists who have served in this role. He was also elected as a Fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration.

Alumni: Want to be part of Homecoming career workshops for students?

Attention alumni! Our Career Center liaisons Charlie Ricker and Erin Keenan are hosting a workshop series for Political Science and Interdisciplinary Social Science students. The last workshop in the series is a networking night with alumni during Homecoming week (November 2-8). They're asking for your participation in the networking night or any of the workshops. Please contact Charlie if you are interested: cricker@fsu.edu, 850-645-0442.

Lecture Series, Professorship Honor Florida Business Leader

The College of Social Sciences and Public Policy at Florida State University is pleased to announce that, thanks to an action by the state legislature to honor one of Florida’s most successful business leaders, the Department of Economics is sponsoring a new lecture series that will bring prominent scholars and economists to campus for talks on key economic issues.

Two Political Science Faculty Named Distinguished Professors

Two professors in the Florida State University Department of Political Science have been named as the inaugural recipients of distinguished professorships.

Study looks at environmental policy

Political Science Associate Professor Christopher Reenock has been awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to study the effect of public policy on environmental risk outcomes with an eye to identifying ways to improve governance of environmental policy.

Career Center Liaisons available in Bellamy

A great resource for students, faculty, staff, and alumni!

The FSU Career Center has two new “embedded” liaisons within the Department of Political Science and the Interdisciplinary Social Science program to provide a wide range of services for you.

FOR STUDENTS: Internship, part-time, and full-time job searching, earning recognition for internships (experiential learning activity), career advising, information about career-related opportunities, resumes, cover letters, graduate school applications, and more

Social Enterprise Competition Makes Initial Awards

A privately funded competition in partnership with Florida State University is providing a valuable boost to 11 innovative business ventures designed to address problems in communities across the U.S. and the world. These projects have been chosen for monetary awards from the Diehl Family Foundation Social Enterprise Competition to help develop their business plans. They will also compete for first-year operational funding to be awarded later this fall.

Askew School Ranks High in Public Administration Research

A study of program publishing records by two Dutch scholars concluded that the Askew School of Public Administration and Policy ranked third in faculty research productivity among public administration programs throughout the world, an achievement particularly noteworthy in light of the Askew School’s faculty size, smaller than many of the other programs in the study. Steven Van de Walle and Roxanne Van Delft of the Erasmus University of Rotterdam looked at the highest ranked journals in terms of their impacts as well as international journals.

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