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English Major Selected for 2014 Gordon Fellowship

English Major Selected for 2014 Gordon Fellowship

04/14/2014
Junior Ryan Sandford, an English major, communication minor, has been chosen as the 2014 Albert J. Gordon Summer Research Fellow.... Read More

Feb. 8 - Saint Anselm/Bloomberg Politics Release NH Poll

Feb. 8 - Saint Anselm/Bloomberg Politics Release NH Poll

02/08/2015
Feb. 8 - A new Saint Anselm/Bloomberg Politics New Hampshire poll shows Jeb Bush leading a wide-open GOP field, drawing 16% support among likely Republican primary voters.... Read More

Focus on Faculty: The Financial Crisis

Focus on Faculty: The Financial Crisis

11/18/2013
The current financial crisis has caused many to point the finger of blame at specific people, companies, and government officials. Is it really fair to heap all of our reproach on a few greedy bankers, lavish CEOs, and government bailouts? According to Professor Dale Kuehne of the politics departmen... Read More

Former Romney Advisor Peter Flaherty to Join NHIOP as Senior Fellow

Former Romney Advisor Peter Flaherty to Join NHIOP as Senior Fellow

03/11/2015
The New Hampshire Institute of Politics & Political Library at Saint Anselm College announces that Peter Flaherty, former advisor to Mitt Romney’s 2008 and 2012 presidential campaigns, will join the Institute as a Senior Fellow.... Read More

Former U.S. Congressman Paul Hodes Joins NHIOP Public Advisory Board

Former U.S. Congressman Paul Hodes Joins NHIOP Public Advisory Board

05/02/2011
"We are excited about this new addition to our board, and are confident that Congressman Hodes will be a highly valuable member of our team," said NHIOP Executive Director Neil Levesque. "His experience and expertise will certainly play an integral role in guiding the work of the institute."... Read More

Governor Chris Christie Policy Speech

Governor Chris Christie Policy Speech

04/15/2015
On Tuesday, April 14, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie presented a policy speech at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics & Political Library. During his speech, he laid out plans for entitlement reform, speaking on issues such as Social Security and Medicare.... Read More

History in the Making: 50 Years of Politics

History in the Making: 50 Years of Politics

01/30/2015
The New Hampshire Institute of Politics & Political Library is a vital, active center of Saint Anselm College today and a significant political arena in local, state and national politics.... Read More

Hofmesiter Talks Alternative Energy and The Economy

Hofmesiter Talks Alternative Energy and The Economy

02/27/2013
More than 130 guests filled the auditorium at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics & Political Library at Saint Anselm College Monday night to hear from John Hofmeister, the former president of Shell Oil Company who recently founded an organization called Citizens for Affordable energy. He spoke... Read More

In Context: Professor Moore Discusses the Jimmy Carter-Edward Kennedy Rivalry

In Context: Professor Moore Discusses the Jimmy Carter-Edward Kennedy Rivalry

09/29/2010
Andrew Moore, associate professor of history, is writing a book about Carter and in a video, he discusses this famous rivalry among these two leading Democrats of their day... Read More

Institute Hosts American Election 2012: Contexts and Consequences Academic Conference

Institute Hosts American Election 2012: Contexts and Consequences Academic Conference

03/18/2013
Saint Anselm College Politics professor Peter Josephson Ph.D., and Theology professor Ward Holder Ph.D., held The American Election 2012: Contexts and Consequences academic conference at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics & Political Library on March 15-16.... Read More

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