The National Education Index is a project by the National Center for Education Statistics for students interested in pursuing undergraduate and graduate programs across the US. Researchers have collected and compiled data from more than 19,000 educational programs at 2,240 universities throughout the nation, and have packaged the data into an easy-to-use database available at: http://graduate-school.phds.org/education-index
From American Military University: Former Military Attache and APU Professor Reflects on Current Events in North Korea and Venezuela
American Military University program director for political science, Dr. Stephen Schwalbe, and his wife Ingrid, discuss their experiences in the military attache program as they relate to current international events.
The New York Times article, "A Hard Look at the President" featured analysis from an article in the PSO's Politics & Policy journal authored by Stephen J. Farnsworth and S. Robert Lichter. Entitled, "News Coverage of New Presidents in The New York Times: 1981-2009," Farnsworth and Lichter evaluate the Times' coverage of President Obama compared to his three immediate predecessors.
Luis Cabrera, "Global Poverty and the Duties of Global Citizenship in Developing Countries" / "Pobreza global y los deberes de la ciudadanía global en países en desarrollo" Lecture in English with simultaneous translation to Spanish / Conferencia en inglés con traducción simultánea al español. Department of International Studies. Departamento de Estudios Internacionales. Universidad Iberoamericana, Ciudad de México. November 6th / 6 de noviembre, 2012.
The PSO and Prof. Aileen San Pablo-Baviera have been mentioned in the International Business Times. Prof. Baviera provided her expertise regarding the territory dispute between China and the Philippines. Click to view the article.
Prof. Baviera is the Editor-in-Chief of the PSO's Asian Politics and Policy. She is a professor of Asian Studies at the University of the Philippines.