Clubs and Organizations
Notre Dame is home to the Gamma Delta chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha, the national Political Science Honor Society. Membership is by invitation only. Every semester students that meet the requirements for membership receive an e-mail inviting them to join.
To qualify, students must have completed at least one-half of the credits required for a Bachelor's degree; must have completed at least 4 Political Science courses including at least one upper-division course with a grade of B+ or higher in these courses; and must have a cumulative GPA placing them in the top one third of the entire class.
"Students may not join Pi Sigma Alpha through the national office, but may only become members through their campus chapters."
President - Caitlin Murphy
Vice President - Joe Crowley
Secretary - Allison Towey
Treasurer - Vincent Mancuso
This journal is published by Political Science majors at Notre Dame and is peer-reviewed exclusively for the publication of outstanding undergraduate research in the field of political science.
The Notre Dame Model United Nations Club offers students a unique opportunity. Not only do students learn about varying issues that affect the globe everyday, they also get the chance to represent a country and adapt its foreign policy towards these issues. Mock sessions during our meetings provide an accurate simulation of the actual process carried out in the United Nations in New York. Plus, its fun! Contact Carolina Arroyo for more information.
Women in Politics holds roundtable discussions with students and faculty, hosts speakers and is involved in community service. Women and men in any major are invited to join. For more information, send an e-mail to email@example.com.