ESU Students Attend The Osgood Center International Studies Program
Nine students from East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania are taking part in The Osgood Center for International Studies Continuity and Change in American Leadership Program, January 6 -19, 2019. They will hear from speakers including leading journalists, analysts, diplomats, and educators to examine the significance of the times and to explore what is new, what is ephemeral, and what is lasting. The program’s focus is on politics, domestic policy, foreign policy, the role of the media and interest groups, and various public policy issues.
Accompanied by Kimberly S. Adams, Ph.D., professor of political science at ESU, participants from ESU include Rebecca Aduclasse, a junior majoring in political science from Philadelphia, Pa., Lauryn Antoine, a junior majoring in political science from East Stroudsburg, Pa., Ellijah Brown, a senior majoring in political science from Bushkill, Pa., Gertrude Kibagendi, a graduate student studying Management and Leadership from East Stroudsburg, Pa., Ryan McAbee, a senior majoring in political science from Portland, Pa., Michael Pope, a senior majoring in political science from Easton, Pa., Mariah Ranton, a freshman majoring in political science from Darby, Pa., Caitlyn Stout, a junior majoring in political science from Milford, Pa., and Justin Tumulty, a freshman majoring in history from Manalapan, N.J.