Tomorrow is Election Day, and while the midterms lack the drama of a presidential race or hotly-contested statewide offices, there will still be some Utah legislative races to monitor. The midterms also impact national politics. by Niel Abercrombie
Nov 3, 2014
Link to the video of Jonathan Ball speaks about careers in government.
Sep 11, 2014
Fall Internship Q&A Event - September 24, 3:00 p.m. LIB 154
Sep 5, 2014
Aug 28, 2014
On Saturday, the Aggies start their highly-anticipated 2014 season on the road against Tennessee. Optimism in the Cache Valley is running high, thanks to the return of quarterback Chuckie Keeton and their strong finish last year. For thousands of Aggie fans, that opening paragraph qualifed as ...Click here for more
Aug 12, 2014
Sarah Hunt current DC Intern shares her Best Of, Tips, etc. Sarah Hunt interned for Senator Hatch this summer. In May, she received her Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education with a 4.0 GPA. She was valedictorian for the Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and spoke at commencement. She was ...Click here for more
Jul 8, 2014
Politics, Careers & More The inaugural issue of the IOGP's Second Tuesday News Greetings from the Utah State University Institute of Government & Politics (IOGP). Each month, subscribers to our monthly newsletter will learn about professional development, IOGP interns, upcoming events, and ...Click here for more
May 29, 2014
Spencer Jenkins, campaign manager at Pignanelli for Mayor, answers questions about what it is like to work for a campaign, and why you should consider it.
May 12, 2014
At any given time there can be nearly 100 interns from Utah universities in the nation's capital, many of which live together in student housing provided by the schools.
May 9, 2014
Todd Thorpe answers some questions during his recent visit to Utah State. He gives advice on being a student, an intern, a recent alum and a D.C. resident.