I advise students for both the Politics and International Relations majors.
Politics Major Checklist
International Relations Major Planning Sheet
Nexus Plan of Study Form
Declaration or Change of Major Form
Declaration or Change of Minor Form
I regularly teach five courses, example syllabi for each are below (note: if you are a currently enrolled student, see the current syllabus on Moodle)
Ending War and Securing Peace
International Law and Organization
Students interested in learning more about graduate school opportunities should consult the general Career Development Center’s Graduate School Advising page.
Jobs and Internships
Students should consult the Career Development Center for help with résumés and other job market materials, using their Lynk funding, and finding relevant internship opportunities and jobs in the field. For those interested in working for NGOs and think tanks, see the job postings on Idealist.
There are a variety of scholarships available for students to study abroad, learn languages, undertake summer projects, and attend graduate school.
National Fellowships (Schedule an appointment with Ryan Lewis, Mount Holyoke College’s National Fellowship Advisor)
Department of Politics’ Awards for Graduate and Law School (up to $10,000)
Mount Holyoke Alumnae Association Fellowships
Weissman Center for Leadership’s PLEN Grants (to attend public policy seminars)