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Stephen Orvis
Orvis Publishes New Edition of Textbook

Professor of Government and Associate Dean of Students for Academics Stephen Orvis has published (with Carol Drogus, Colgate University) the third edition of Introducing Comparative Politics with CQ/Sage Press.  More ...

Neil Edwards '14
Levitt Researcher Examines Relationship Between China and Tanzania

There’s no shortage of media coverage when it comes to China’s booming economic sector.  Reforms dating back to the 1970s have launched China’s economy on a trajectory that was unfathomable 40 years ago.  Now that the country has established industrial and financial infrastructures, it is looking for ways to sustain its economic growth.  Neil Edwards ’14 is examining the developing investment of China in Tanzania to see if it fosters a mutually beneficial relationship between the countries.  More ...

Austin Walker '12 talks with a Kenyan student.
Assessing Issues Facing Kenyan Youth

“What are you thinking?” That question, voiced or simply pondered, is a common query considered by most of us from time to time. Austin Walker ’12 spent most of his summer posing similar questions to Kenyan youth. Specifically he was focused on uncovering what young people view are the most pressing issues facing them and their country. Walker worked with Professor of Government Steve Orvis with funding from a 2011 Levitt Research Fellowship Grant.  More ...

Carol Drogus and Steve Orvis
Drogus and Orvis Publish Second Edition of Textbook

Associate Dean of Students for Off-Campus Study Carol Drogus and Professor of Government Stephen Orvis published the 2nd edition of their textbook Introducing Comparative Politics: Concepts and Cases in Context with CQ Press (a division of Sage), Washington, D.C.  More ...

Henry Anreder '12
Aiding African Refugees in Israel

African asylum-seekers and refugees who go to Israel are frequently either turned away or face very difficult conditions. Henry Anreder '12, a recipient of a Levitt Research Fellowship Grant, is exploring the issues surrounding African refugees in Israel for his project with Professor of Government Steve Orvis.   More ...

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