RSG Newsletter – October 2019

Author: Myrnalyn Castillo

RSG Newsletter – October 2019

Robertson School of Government Dean’s Corner Dear Friends, In the Robertson School of Government we employ charitable conversation, systematic thinking, and rigorous analysis to educate and equip students in the Judeo-Christian foundations of government. So what is unique about that? Two things stand out to me. One is the use of charitable conversation. We believe …

RSG Newsletter – September 2019

Robertson School of Government Dean’s Corner Dear Friends, Sometimes it is more important to hear someone’s heart than to just know their thoughts. Thus, we can send a tweet that is a little tongue-in-cheek and we need an emoticon added in to show a wink. When students defend their thesis, we don’t just ask them …

RSG Newsletter – August 2019

Robertson School of Government Dean’s Corner Dear Friends, It is my privilege to serve for a second year as the Interim Dean of the Robertson School of Government. I am proud of our programs and how we train and equip graduates in the Judeo-Christian foundations of government to promote and defend democratic ideals that enhance …

RSG Newsletter – June/July 2019

Robertson School of Government Dean’s Corner Dear Friends, It is with joy that we look forward to the 2019-2020 academic year in the Robertson School of Government, and it is my privilege to be asked to stay on as Interim Dean for another year. What a thrill to work with the fine, accomplished faculty along …

RSG Newsletter – May 2019

Robertson School of Government Dean’s Corner Dear Friends, We congratulate our 71 newly minted graduates from the Robertson School of Government. These students leave with MA or MPA degrees in Government, National Security Studies, or Public Administration or maybe even with more than one of those degrees. As students advance their educational credentials, they may …

RSG Newsletter – April 2019

Robertson School of Government Dean’s Corner Dear Friends, Commencement at Regent University is just around the corner and many students from the Robertson School of Government will don robes and receive the degrees they have earned over the past many months and years of studying. Those students will have earned MA degrees in Government, National …

RSG Newsletter – March 2019

Robertson School of Government Dean’s Corner Dear Friends, For some observers, government seems to revolve around the nation’s capital only. The Mueller probe has come to an end, and now the Congressional probes may gain momentum, but to what end? Clearly the goals are political and partisan in many cases, and probes and inquisitions are …

RSG Newsletter – February 2019

Robertson School of Government Dean’s Corner Dear Friends, It has been a mild winter in Virginia Beach, but a stormy ride in our government. President Donald Trump has declared another National Emergency (yes, there are many current national emergency declarations that are still ongoing from past presidents), and the Congress is not happy about it. …