Ten Neumann University students met State Senator Dominic F. Pileggi
on Student Lobby Day in Harrisburg. In the front row are John Jusinski (Bricktown, NJ), Jim Brady (Jenkintown, PA), Corrine Iacono (Aston, PA), Chanelle Harley (Philadelphia, PA), and Amber Meade (Baltimore, MD). In the back row are Matt Hallinan (Media, PA), Mike Burns (Norwood, MA), Student Affairs Advocate Coleen Nedbalski, Senator Pileggi, Jose Escamilla (Landenburg, PA), Rob Carr
(Philadelphia, PA), and Dave Willett (Springfield, PA).
Thinking creatively and devising solutions to problems are among the abilities most needed in today's society. The student majoring in Political Science engages in these activities and acquires the capability to be an independent and original thinker. The breadth of the program provides the opportunity to study political theory, national and international politics, and specific area studies. The Political Science Major helps prepare students for a variety of careers including Secondary Teacher Certification in Social Studies; jobs with federal, state, and local government, nonprofit groups, business, international careers, journalism, campaigns, public service, intelligence analysis, and graduate studies in law or related fields.
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