Political Science at UM
Montana Legislative Session Preview
Wednesday, December 2
Newly-elected legislators will share how election results will shape the coming session, discussing issues both prominent and contentious.
The 2021 Montana Legislative Session begins next month. How will the election results shape the coming session? What issues will be the most prominent and contentious? What partisan dynamics will legislators the governor need to navigate? How will COVID-19 impact the session?
Drawing from his book, "Never Trump: The Revolt of the Conservative Elites", author and UM Political Science Professor Rob Saldin will provide a guide to the long-term consequences that the unprecedented Never Trump revolt holds for the Republican and Democratic parties, conservatism, and...
Transnational Mobility and Global Health is among the titles that Routledge features in its new COVID-19 collection.
Among other topics, students enrolled the Politics of Global Migration course explore how population mobility and health are interconnected. UM now offers an interdisciplinary
Ms. Marianna Yearboro is the Outstanding Senior in American Government Marianna is graduating from UM with a Bachelor's degree in Philosophy and Political Science with concentrations in Public Law and American Politics. During her time as an undergraduate, Marianna has been involved with Montana...
As a student at UM, Ms. Daisy Ward have served as an intern for Senator Tester in both Missoula and DC, traveled to Costa Rica and Spain, and participated in the Big Sky Poll. She also been involved in student government, Pi Sigma Alpha, the Davidson Honors College, and the Global Leadership...