Wheaton College Norton, Massachusetts
Wheaton College
Political Science



  • Picture of Gred Poulin '11

    Blossoming Sino-Israeli ties

    Gregory Poulin, a 2011 political science major, recently published an article in The Diplomat dealing with Sino-Israeli economic ties. More »
  • Alexis Nieves

    Going Places - Alexis Nieves ’14

    Bringing his interest in politics and economics to his work, Alexis Nieves plans to study education reform and international affairs in Brazil with his Fulbright. More »
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    Way with words leads to governor's office

    Olympia Sonnier '10 is named one of the "40 under 40" Rising Stars of New York Politics. More »
  • Image from the Moot Court Flyter

    Special "Moot Court" event set for September 19, 2013

    Join us on September 19, 2013 for a special event in recognition of Constitution Day. More »
  • Picture of Professor Shomali

    Political Science professor wins tenure

    Please join us in congratulating Professor Shomali, awarded tenure by the Wheaton College Board of Trustees on Saturday, February 23. More »
  • Portrait of student Zachary Ginsburg

    Zachary Ginsburg ’10 awarded Fulbright to Poland

    Alumnus Zachary Ginsburg '10 will conduct research at the Center for European Studies at Jagiellonian University, Poland’s oldest institution of higher education. More »
  • Student Amanda DeGroff in front of the White House

    From Wheaton to the White House

    Alumna Amanda DeGroff '12 secures a spot at the White House as a full-time public affairs and strategic communications assistant. More »
  • Student Aaron Bos-Lun

    Lesson plan

    Graduate Aaron Bos-Lun '12 will join the Teach for America corps. More »
  • Davis Colloquium

    Davis Colloquium

    Four Wheaton students presented research at the 17th Annual Undergraduate Colloquium on Russian and Eurasian Studies sponsored by the Davis Center at Harvard University. More »
  • Adin Lenchner '12

    Adin Lenchner ’12

    Connecting with individuals and organizing with them to make meaningful change in our communities and our country has been a powerful experience. More »