Wheaton College Norton, Massachusetts
Wheaton College
Political Science



  • Photo of Weich Liu '14

    Liu '14, at Northwestern Law

    Weichi Liu '14, will transfer to Northwestern Law school in Chicago in the fall. This summer he is interning at a law firm in Beijing, China. More »
  • Ethan Fitzgerald

    Applying Theory to Policy

    Ethan Fitzgerald '16 received the Kathryn W. Davis Prize for Undergraduate Research. More »
  • Portrait of Christine Todd Whitman '68

    Christie Todd Whitman '68 speaks to students

    The former governor of New Jersey and Administrator of the EPA will assess the state of American politics and the functioning of the American political system in an increasingly polarized partisan era. All PSC and IR majors are encouraged to attend, April 27, 12:30 to 1:50 pm, Meneely 307 or 3:30 to 4:50 pm, Meneely 105 More »
  • Image of George Mitchell

    The Artistry of Negotiation

    A Conversation with George Mitchell, Thursday April 28, 7PM Cole Memorial Chapel. More »
  • Image of Marielle Thete '16

    Marielle Thete '16 interns on Capitol Hill

    A graduating senior double major in Political Science and International Relations, Marielle will be interning this summer in the Washington DC office of Maine Senator Angus King. More »
  • Photo of Neil Levesque

    Neil Levesque ’93 heads New Hampshire Institute of Politics

    If you want to find Neil Levesque, look to the back of the room. Or scan the edge of the crowd. When politicians and pundits storm into town in the weeks before the New Hampshire presidential primary, he likes to stand back. But he’s always at the center of activity. More »
  • Photo of Joshua Kelly '17

    Joshua Kelly ’17 takes charge in hometown politics

    In his first days at college, Joshua Kelly ’17 reached out to a high school friend. What began as a Facebook conversation about their freshman orientations turned into a plan to co-found a Green Party branch in their hometown.... More »
  • Putin's Multiple Identities and How They Shape Russia's Course

    Lecture by Simon Saradzhyan Wednesday April 20th, 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm, Knapton 114 - Open to Public Simon Saradzhyan is the founding director of the Russia Matters Project at Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs. Prior to that he worked as a deputy editor of The Moscow Times, a senior […] More »
  • Diplomats in Training

    Members of Wheaton's Model United Nations team will present their research and conclusions from the debate held at United Nations conferences. 5pm on Monday, April 11th, Woolley Room in Mary Lyon Hall. More »
  • Photo Exhibit: Syrian Refugee Crisis

    Life Amid Chaos: Analysis of Photographs from the Syrian Refugee Crisis, on display in Knapton Atrium April 4-15. More »