you have even a casual interest in the D.C. program, please sign up
on the interest
sheet on the wall outside Dr. Ryden’s office (Lubbers 205).
This will ensure that you receive notice of informational meetings
in the spring of 2013.
feel free at any time to contact Dr. Ryden to talk personally about
Finally, students on campus who went to Washington as juniors last
spring are an invaluable resource, and you are encouraged to contact
of them to
discuss the experience.
||U.S. Department of State - NATO Desk
||Council on Strategic & International Studies
||Ethiopian Community Development Council, Inc.
||Congressman Dan Benishek
||Federal Register & the Department of Education
||National Family Farm Coalition
*NOTE: Biruh Lakew and
Madalyn Muncy are not Political Science students. Students who
have questions about how non-Political Science majors can benefit
D.C. Semester should contact them.
In their own words...
"I grew the most as a person during the Washington Honors Semester.
It was an incredible opportunity that should be encouraged to all students,
regardless of their major. It is the link forom the educational realm
to the real world."