Microsite/JohnKasich-NHIOP-hero.jpgGov. John Kasich returned to the New Hampshire Institute of Politics to speak on his recent book, Two Paths: America Divided or United. Upwards of 150 students, alumni, community members, and several former fellow congressmen attended the event on April 27.

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Microsite/Sarah_King_feature.jpgSarah King '18, a communication and politics double major (right), and Sheila Ramirez '18, a social work major (not pictured), attended an Advocacy Summit to Washington, D.C. on behalf of Save the Children and Save the Children Action Network, from March 26-28, 2017. King and Ramirez serve as advocacy ambassadors for Save the Children, an international organization that promotes children's health and wellbeing.

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Microsite/Woodwood-nhiop-hero.jpgKenneth Woodward was one of two public keynotes addresses at the "Jimmy Carter and the 'Year of the Evangelicals' Reconsidered" conference in April, hosted by Saint Anselm College and the NH Institute of Politics. Woodward reflected on the election of 1976 and many of the personalities involved in evangelicalism's political activity.

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Microsite/American_Election-Conf2017.jpgSaint Anselm College professors in the Department of Politics at the NHIOP, along with faculty from the college's psychology and sociology departments were joined by 60 academic professionals from 26 colleges and universities including those from Texas, Utah, Florida, Minnesota and many states closer to New Hampshire for the March 18 conference, entitled, "Broken: Barriers, Parties, and Conventional Wisdom in 2016."

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