Huntingdon Political Science Faculty and Students Present Papers
Montgomery, Ala.—Three Huntingdon College political science students will present papers at an upcoming state conference, and Dr. Jeremy R.T. Lewis, professor and chair of the Department of Political Science, has been accepted to present at both state and international conferences.
At the Alabama Political Science Association Conference to be held April 15–16 at Samford University, Dr. Lewis and Huntingdon students will present the following papers:
- Dr. Lewis: "Redaction and Release Systems Versus Data Dump: Transparency Programs and The WikiLeaks Classified Documents Scandal;"
Russ Barnwell, Class of 2013, a political science and English major from Jacksonville, Alabama, will present: "1800 and 1828: The First Realigning Elections in U.S. Political History;"
Cole Muzio, Class of 2011, a political science and history major from Millbrook, Alabama, will present: "Hamilton v. Jefferson: Contrasting Worldviews that Forged a Hamiltonian Reality for a New Nation;" and
Heath Woodruff, Class of 2012, a political science and history major from Wetumpka, Alabama, will present "Political Progress, Economic Progress: How Political Development Influences Economic Development in China and India."
Dr. Lewis has been selected to present a new paper to the first Global Conference on Transparency Research, to be held at Rutgers University, New Jersey, in May 2011. The conference, which is supported by foundations from several countries, will feature researchers chosen on a competitive basis from around the world.
Huntingdon College, grounded in the Judeo-Christian tradition of the United Methodist Church, is committed to nurturing growth in faith, wisdom, and service and to graduating individuals prepared to succeed in a rapidly changing world. For more information, contact the Huntingdon College Office of Communications at (334) 833-4515.