March 11-12, 2011 -
Lander University, Greenwood, South Carolina
Faculty and graduate students in all sub-fields of political
science--American politics, comparative politics, international
relations, political theory, and public administration--are always
welcome to attend the SCPSA's annual meeting. While most SCPSA
participants are faculty members, graduate students also present
their research in a professional setting. Undergraduates with
polished papers also participate and compete for the annual Mary
Jean Byrd Award for best undergraduate paper.
Dr. Loch K. Johnson, Regents Professor of Political Science at The
University of Georgia, will serve as the keynote speaker at the
luncheon on Mar. 12. He is a specialist in national security and
intelligence issues. An award-winning teacher and scholar,
Professor Johnson also has extensive policy experience with the U.S.
House and Senate intelligence committees.
Proposals for individual papers, a panel or papers, and/or a
roundtable discussion have already been received and acceptance
notifications have been e-mailed. The conference program for the
2011 meeting is located here .
Any questions about the meeting should be directly to the Program
Dr. Lucas McMillan
Department of Political and Social Sciences
320 Stanley Avenue
Greenwood, SC 29649
Electronic submission of all materials is preferred.