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Helms School of Government to host ‘A Nation Divided’ conference in March; submissions now being accepted

By: Liberty University News Service Liberty University’s Helms School of Government will host its second annual academic research conference, “A Nation Divided: Assessing Freedom & The Rule of Law in a Post 2020 World” on March 24-26, featuring an impressive lineup of keynote speakers and professional advisor panelists. Students, faculty, alumni, and friends of Liberty are welcome…

Government students engage with senior Russian diplomat at the Russian Embassy in Washington, D.C.

By: Liberty University News Service Twenty-two students from Liberty University’s Helms School of Government, all members of an international relations class (GOVT 340), toured the Russian Embassy in Washington, D.C. Tuesday afternoon and engaged in a Q&A session with Russian Deputy Chief of Mission Mr. Sergey Koshelev. Associate Professor of Government Scott Roenicke, the instructor for…

Pompeo headlines Military Appreciation Convocation, outlines four virtues Christians should embody

By: Liberty University News Service Liberty University welcomed former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to the stage on Friday for its Military Appreciation Convocation, where he spoke on American exceptionalism, the dangers of wokeness, and summarized four virtues that Christians should embody: vision, hope, gratitude, and forgiveness. Pompeo’s visit comes as Liberty celebrates veterans, active…

Former VA governors join Liberty University in hosting appreciation event for local law enforcement

By: Liberty University News Service Former Virginia Govs. Bob McDonnell and George Allen spoke at a law enforcement appreciation luncheon on Friday, Oct. 29, hosted by Liberty University’s Helms School of Government and School of Law. Both former governors, alongside Liberty President Jerry Prevo and Campus Pastor Jonathan Falwell, bestowed a warm thank you to the many police…

News anchor and LU alumna Shannon Bream shares personal story of persevering through pain, lends career advice to students

By: Liberty University News Service During Friday morning’s Convocation, Shannon Bream (’93), anchor for “FOX News @ Night,” kicked off Liberty University’s Homecoming Weekend by telling her story of growing closer to Christ through pain and uncertainty. “I want you guys to know I pray for you,” Bream said when she was welcomed to the…

New government professors bring strong backgrounds in national security at Pentagon, White House

By: Liberty University News Service Liberty University’s Helms School of Government has added two professors to its faculty roster, each equipped with 30 years of robust experience in policy and intelligence at the top levels of our nation’s government and military. Rear Admiral Tony Cothron, Associate Professor of Government, was the 62nd director of Naval Intelligence (ONI)…

Liberty Law welcomes back former Pence chief of staff to first professionalism event of semester

By: Liberty University News Service Marc Short On Thursday, the Liberty University School of Law in partnership with the Helms School of Government held its first professionalism event of the semester featuring Marc Short, former Chief of Staff to Vice President Mike Pence, who encouraged students to maintain integrity throughout their future careers. The School of Law, which announced…

Liberty Spanish professor, recent graduate receive Fulbright grants to teach and research abroad

By: Liberty University News Service Dr. Andrew Milacci, an associate professor of Spanish from Liberty’s College of Arts and Sciences, and alumnus Joseph Anguiano (’21), who received a Master of Arts in Teaching – Secondary Education from Liberty University Online Programs, have received Fulbright grants to study, research, and teach abroad. Milacci, a Fulbright U.S. Scholar finalist, will…

Dean of Helms School of Government to serve as chair of Virginia Early Childhood Foundation

By: Liberty University News Service Liberty University’s Helms School of Government Dean Robert Hurt has been appointed as chair of the Virginia Early Childhood Foundation (VECF), a two-year commitment during which he will arrange quarterly meetings and implement long-term objectives for the organization. VECF is an entity that bridges families to public and private sector resources, ensuring that pre-school…

Law, government students team up to assist Israeli university center in raising awareness of genocide

By: Liberty University News Service The word “genocide” derives from the Greek word “genos” (race) and the Latin verb “cide” (to kill), but this vile crime against humanity wasn’t reserved for the past. It still happens today in many countries. In an effort to understand, mitigate, and raise awareness of this heinous evil, undergraduate and…

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