The Department of Political Science is proud of the work and achievements of our undergraduates
after they complete their degrees and continue on to their future careers. If you
have an achievement to report, please email email@example.com.
Emily Carll (‘20) has been selected for the nationally competitive Thomas R. Pickering Foreign Affairs Program Fellowship and will become SBU’s first-ever Pickering Fellow. The financial award Emily receives will be used to pursue a Master’s
degree in international affairs. During her time at Stony Brook she double majored
in Political Science and Asian and Asian-American Studies, and was a recipient of
the prestigious Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) in Hindi. She is currently serving
as a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant in Serbia. Congratulations Emily on this
Amy Ellis (BA '11) has been named Clerk of the Legislature for Suffolk County. Amy
has previously worked for the Leglislature as Chief Deputy Clerk and Chief of Staff.
Congratulations Amy on this well-deserved achievement!
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Franck Joseph II ('12), the Deputy Commissioner for the New York City Commission on
Human Rights and honored as one of Stony Brook's 40 Under 40, returned to campus in February. During his visit he sat in on Professor Wamble's
Race and Politics course and met with students to discuss his experience and life
after Stony Brook.
Emily Carll ('20) has been awarded the highly-competitive and prestigious "Critical
Language Scholarship" by the US State Department's Bureau of Cultural Educational
Affairs (BECA) to undertake an intensive course of study of the Hindi language, in
Jaipur India, this summer (2020). The CLS Program provides American college and university students the opportunity to learn languages
essential to America’s engagement with the world.
Alumna Nicole Scartozzi ('18) has had her article “US Differing Support of Tibet and
Palestine” accepted for publication in the January 2019 issue of The Journal of Political Inquiry. In it she explores the interconnection of the political ideology of constructivism
and realism in explaining the differing support of disputed territories between Tibet
and Palestine. She uses these two complementary theories to illustrate the US' financial
and political support of Tibet due to prospective self-interest and the principle
of shared identities. Nicole notes her achievement was supported by the rigorous coursework
and guidance of Ambassador Harsh Bhasin. Nicole is currently pursing her MA in International Relations at New York University.
Brooke Baldwin interviewed alumnusJoseph Moreno on CNN Newsroom concerning the testimony of Colonel Vindman. Joseph is a former National Security
prosectutor and a decorated combat veteran who has served on active duty in Europe,
the Middle East, and Africa. To watch a short clip check of his interview, check his
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