Robertson School of Government Newsletter
Much more could be said about the internships completed, courses taught, dignitaries who visited, books and articles published by faculty, events completed, and thousands touched by the daily Christian Public Servant. Looking back, I am very proud of our students, faculty, and staff and I remain thankful for the opportunity to serve here at Regent University.
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2014 Reagan Symposium Essay Contest
Student Profile: Naomie Pierre Louis - The Journey from Haiti to Regent
Naomie Pierre Louis is a current graduate student in the Robertson School of Government, earning her M.A. in Government with a concentration in Public Administration and International Relations. She migrated from Port-au-Prince, Haiti to the United States at the age of 9 with her parents and four siblings. During her time in Haiti, she witnessed a variety of social, political and economical injustices. Her experiences have served as a catalyst to her pursuit of a public service career at Regent.
Alumni Profile: Bonnie Shelton Ford - Serving with Regent Alumni Board
Originally from the Dallas/Ft. Worth area, Bonnie recently joined the Executive Alumni Board (EAB) as the representative for the School of Government. A graduate of RSG ('08) and a former Government Affinity Chair for the Dallas/Ft. Worth Alumni Chapter, Ford is uniquely prepared to both reach out to fellow RSG alumni and to serve the greater alumni community. Recently, Bonnie sat down to discuss her history with Regent and her appointment to the EAB.
Professor Provides Research to Army War College
Academics often wonder if their research is being read by policymakers and if their work will ever have an impact on international security and decision-making in international affairs. Dr. Mary Manjikian, associate professor at Regent University's Robertson School of Government, doesn't need to wonder any more.
Holiday Concert with the Army TRADOC Military Band
2014 Reagan Symposium
Christian Leadership to Change the World
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