Teddy Schoneman (FCRH ’20) is an Economics and Philosophy double major on the pre-law track. He is interested in issues of domestic politics and political philosophy. Contact Theodore at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anastasia Lacina (FCRH ’19) is a Political Science and History double major. She is a liberal social activist on and off campus, and is interested in women’s rights, LGBTQ+ rights, and climate change. Contact Anastasia at email@example.com.
Truman Stephens (FCRH ’20) is an International Political Economy and Political Science double major. He is interested in campaigns and elections, British politics, and human rights. Contact Truman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Samantha Zandanel (FCRH ’20) is a Journalism major with an intended Political Science and French double minor. She is interested in the media’s effect on politics, as well as social justice and activism. Contact Samantha at email@example.com.
Rina Lokaj (FCRH ’22) is a Political Science and Journalism double major. She is passionate about gun violence, racism and sexism issues, and immigration. Contact Rina at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sabrina Zavarelli (FCRH ’22) is a prospective International Studies major and Spanish minor on the pre-law track. She is interested in both domestic and international issues that relate to environmental conservation, women’s rights, immigration, and gun control. Contact Sabrina at email@example.com.
Olivia Martinez (FCRH ’20) is an International Political Economy major with a Business Administration Minor. She is interested in international relations and local New York City politics. Contact Olivia at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kayla Auza (FCRH ’21) is an International Studies major and Russian minor on the pre-law track. She is extremely passionate about foreign relations, religion & politics, and constitutional law. Contact Kayla at email@example.com.
Michelle Cisneros (FCRH ’21) is a Political Science and Theology double major with a minor in Economics on the pre-law track. She is extremely passionate about issues like educational equity, criminal justice reform, and immigration. Contact Michelle at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rosalyn Kutsch (FCRH ’19) is an International Political Economy and Latin American and Latino Studies double major from Montana. She has conducted research on micro-finance and the interaction of social enterprises and indigenous communities in Guatemala and Peru. She is also interested in the role of international institutions in development economics. Contact Rosalyn at email@example.com.
Kyle Chin (FCRH ’21) is a prospective Political Science major with hopes of pursuing a career in law. He is particularly interested in domestic policy, progressivism, and political polarization. Contact Kyle at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ryan Slattery (FCRH ’20) is a Computer Science and Television double major. He plans on working in broadcast journalism and has interests in constitutional law, political philosophy, and economics. Contact Ryan at email@example.com.
Austin Sacker (FCRH ’20) is a Political Science major on the pre-law track. He is interested in political philosophy, constitutional law, international relations and US economic policy, both domestic and international. Contact Austin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
J Elizabeth Mascoli (FCRH ’22) is a Political Science and History double major. She is a feminist activist and works for women’s rights worldwide. Contact J Elizabeth at email@example.com.
Sophie Singh (FCRH ’21) is a dual English and Political Science major on the pre-law track. She has a strong interest in social justice and communication, and hopes to eventually work in social activism. She is particularly passionate about women’s rights, gun reform, and conservation. Contact Sophia at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Samantha Butzen (FCRH ’21) is an Economics major. She is interested in international affairs, nuclear policy, and economic development. Contact Samantha at email@example.com.
Allyson Ryan (FCRH ’20) is a History major and Political Science minor. She is from Upstate New York and is interested in social justice, religion and politics, and the environment. Contact Allyson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Professor Nicholas Tampio – Political Science Department, Fordham University
Nicholas Tampio is an Associate Professor of Political Science. He researches the history of political philosophy, contemporary political theory, and education policy. He earned his doctorate from Johns Hopkins University and has taught at Fordham University since 2008. He is the author of Common Core (2018), Deleuze’s Political Vision (2015), and Kantian Courage (2012). http://faculty.fordham.edu/tam