• Ohio Governor John Kasich Returns to NH Institute of Politics

    Gov. 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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  • Saint Anselm College Juniors Attend Advocacy Summit to Washington, D.C.

    Sarah 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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  • Former "Newsweek" Editor delivers Keynote Speech at "Year of Evangelicals" Conference

    Kenneth 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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  • American Elections Academic Symposium

    Saint 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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Latest News

May 4

Sarah King '18 and Sheila Ramirez '18 Attend Advocacy Summit in Washington, D.C.

Saint Anselm College juniors Sarah King and Sheila Ramirez 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. Read More

Apr 28

Ohio Governor John Kasich Returns to NHIOP, Speaks on New Book

On Thursday, April 27, 2017, Ohio Governor John Kasich returned to the New Hampshire Institute of Politics to speak on his recent book, "Two Paths: America Divided or United." Read More

Feb 16

Saint Anselm College TV Studio Provides Unique Opportunities for Students

The ReadyCam studio, housed in the NHIOP, gives students first-hand experience working with journalists, activists, politicians, and subject matter experts who appear on major television networks. Read More

Upcoming Events

Excellence in Governance Certificate Program: Session 3 (6/6/2017)

Tuesday, June 06, 2017

Excellence in Governance Certificate Program, Session 3 In partnership with Saint Anselm College Ethics in Governance: Stewardship and Investor Education Forum Nonprofit boards have many roles to play as stewards of the organization, but none is more important than assuring ethical behavior and prov...

Featured Blog Posts

Faculty Research Colloquium with Professor Carmen McClish

Faculty Research Colloquium with Professor Carmen McClish

Thursday, April 13, 2017

As part of the faculty colloquium research series, Saint Anselm College Professor Carmen L. McClish presented to colleagues, students and members of the Manchester community on Wednesday, April 5th, 2017.

Students Attend Pizza & Politics Networking Event with Alumni

Students Attend Pizza & Politics Networking Event with Alumni

Monday, April 10, 2017

On Tuesday, April 4th, the New Hampshire Institute of Politics held an enriching networking event for the students of Saint Anselm College.

“Jimmy Carter and ‘The Year of the Evangelicals’ Reconsidered"

“Jimmy Carter and ‘The Year of the Evangelicals’ Reconsidered"

Monday, April 10, 2017

Kenneth Woodward, former Religion Editor of "Newsweek" magazine from 1964 to 2002, was a keynote speaker at the April 7 conference, “Jimmy Carter and the ‘Year of the Evanglicals’ Reconsidered,” hosted by Saint Anselm College and the NH Institute of Politics.