UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls

Department Mission 

The primary mission of the Political Science Program is to create a community of responsible and engaged citizens and leaders by providing the intellectual skills and substantive knowledge necessary to analyze, interpret, and participate in domestic and international political and governmental processes. The Program also provides students with the knowledge and abilities necessary to excel in graduate and law programs, and transferable skills that graduates can use to succeed in the public and private sectors. The faculty provide expertise on international, national, and local political issues, and ongoing philosophical discussions concerning politics and government.


Important Dates


2014-15 Departmental Activities

  • August, 2014 
    Neil Kraus presented a paper and chaired a panel at the 2014 American Political Science Association Annual (APSA) Meeting in Washington, D.C., in August.  In addition, he was nominated to serve on the Executive Council of the APSA's Urban Politics section. 


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Political Science Department
University of Wisconsin-River Falls
Neil Kraus, Chair
355 Kleinpell Fine Arts
410 South Third Street
River Falls, WI 54022
715-425-3318 phone
715-425-0611 fax