The Strategic Importance of a Religiously Free World

Millions of Christians and other religions are persecuted for their faith, according to some estimates. It’s a topic near and dear to Dr. Thomas Farr who has spent his career raising awareness and working toward solutions to combat religious persecution. He visited Regent University’s Robertson School of Government (RSG) Monday, February 6, to stress the …

Encouraging Students to Integrate Ethics Into Their Careers

Regent’s Robertson School of Government (RSG) understands that its students will face ethical challenges when they graduate and enter the world of government. Professor Rob Schwarzwalder, College of Arts & Sciences (CAS) senior lecturer, recently encouraged students with words of wisdom from his 25-year career in Washington, D.C. working with lobbying organizations and faith-based nonprofits. …

Former Governor and U.S. Senator George Allen Visits Robertson School of Government

Former Virginia Governor and U.S. Senator George Allen visited Regent University’s Robertson School of Government (RSG) as this year’s guest speaker for the A. Willis Robertson Lecture on Virginia Politics. Both Allen and Robertson, the school’s namesake, devoted their lives to public service in Virginia, and Allen shared how Virginia shaped the foundation for representative …

Post Election Panel Predicts President Trump’s Administration’s Impact

As the dust settles after the 2016 presidential election, experts in the Robertson School of Government (RSG) shared their perspectives of its outcome. Four professors presented their opinions on President-elect Donald Trump’s impact on the federal court system, the role women played in electing him, and his administration’s impact on the military. A crowded room …

Having a Political Party to Watch Results

In the midst of the intensity of election night on November 8, Regent University’s Robertson School of Government (RSG) concentrated the excitement into one room in Robertson Hall where students and faculty gathered to watch election returns together. “It is so wonderful being among a group of people who are so excited about the election, …

Spiritual Intelligence and the Workplace

Regent University News – Spiritual Intelligence and the Workplace Dr. Gary Roberts, professor in the Robertson School of Government (RSG) is passionate about servant leadership. He’s explored the topics in two academic books and is launching a third, Working with Christian Servant Leadership Spiritual Intelligence: The Foundation of Vocational Success. Taking lessons from personal experience …

Presidential Panel Represents Candidates on their Policies

With the presidential election less than one month away, time is running out to complete voter registration and select a candidate. “I’ve noticed that a lot of people are just looking to the personality instead of the policies,” said Leo Thome Regent University Council of Graduate Students (COGS) president. “That’s a very dangerous place to …

What it is Like to Run for President

With the current presidential race running at full-force, a former candidate met with Robertson School of Government (RSG) students to share his experience about what it all was like. Motivating future Christian leaders to seek the Lord and determine whether they ought to run for an elected office, Dr. M.G. “Pat” Robertson, Regent’s founder chancellor …

A Unique Office with an Original Name

A unique office with an original title, the “Center for Student Happiness” (CSH) is on a mission to support students with specialized services that sets Regent apart. “I’ve never heard of any other place called the Center for Student Happiness,” said Dr. Joseph Umidi, executive vice president of Student Life. “People kind of laugh at …

More Than Just a Writing Center

Whether online or on campus, undergraduate, graduate or doctoral, Regent University students looking for academic support have a new resource. The Academic Support Center combines Regent’s existing Writing Center and Math Tutoring Center and houses them together, now just outside of the library. It’s open from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and …

 

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