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As one of Canada's premier departments of political science, we are committed to excellence in both research and teaching. Our faculty and students are actively engaged in a wide range of research activities and projects, and our work is highly visible both in Canada and abroad.

We are firmly committed to the success of our students and offer a comprehensive range of undergraduate and graduate programs in all areas of politics. Your gift will allow the department to actively engage in continued educational, research, and infrastructural advances.

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This fund was created to support the annual John Meisel Lecture in Contemporary Political Controversies, established in 2017 in honour of Professor Emeritus, John Meisel. (Learn More)
This fund was created to support the annual John Meisel Lecture in Contemporary Political Controversies, established in 2017 in honour of Professor Emeritus, John Meisel. (Learn More)
Established in memory of professor emeritus C.E.S. (Ned) Franks, this initiative will join with The Political Studies Trust Fund to support students and enhance programs and infrastructure in the depa ... (Learn More)
Established in memory of professor emeritus C.E.S. (Ned) Franks, this initiative will join with The Political Studies Trust Fund to support students and enhance programs and infrastructure in the depa ... (Learn More)
This expendable fund is used at the discretion of the Department Head to support students and enhance programs and infrastructure in the Department of Political Studies. (Learn More)
This expendable fund is used at the discretion of the Department Head to support students and enhance programs and infrastructure in the Department of Political Studies. (Learn More)
This fund was created by the Class of 2002 to enhance students’ experiences within the department by providing financial support for guest lectures and special topic courses. (Learn More)
This fund was created by the Class of 2002 to enhance students’ experiences within the department by providing financial support for guest lectures and special topic courses. (Learn More)