Tag Archives: Political Science

Matthew Incantalupo

The Midterm Elections are the Textbook for This Class

The Midterm Elections are the Textbook for This Class

Students in Voting and Elections Learn How to be Political Scientists In Prof. Matthew Incantalupo’s class, Voting and Elections, the upcoming midterms on November 6 are literally the textbook the seven students in the class use for their course of study. Incantalupo, an assistant professor in Yeshiva College’s political science department, has designed the course

Five Students Named Kressel Scholars

Ninth Cohort Awarded Grants to Pursue Research Ranging From Nanophysics to American Politics

The Evolution of The U.S.-Israel Relationship

Former Ambassador Dennis Ross to Speak at Annual Robbins-Wilf Lecture on April 19 Despite rising tensions on both sides, President Barack Obama has described the connection as “an unbreakable alliance.” Yet, since the birth of the Jewish state, relations between the United States and Israel have seen periods of close collaboration as well as great

A Closer Look at an Unbreakable Alliance

Israeli Policy Experts Discuss the Future of the American-Israeli Partnership at YU Panel On March 7, a panel discussion on Yeshiva University’s Wilf Campus brought Israeli policy experts together to share their insights on one of modern politics’ most important and complicated international relationships: the strategic partnership between the United States and Israel. Hosted by