Open house today in Bowman

Jennifer Shore

The political science department is hosting an open house from noon to 2:30 p.m. today in Bowman Hall Room 202.

Julie Mazzei, assistant political science professor, said the open house is for students to meet professors, graduate students and other majors while enjoying free food. She said this is an opportunity for students to ask any questions related to political science, whether they be about classes to take or how to get a job.

“It’s not a formal sit-down thing. It’s perfect for stopping by in between classes,” Mazzei said.

Michael Ensley, assistant political science professor, said there will also be a Kent State graduate student and professor to talk about working in the political science career field.

“One of our main objectives (is) what you can do with a political science degree,” Ensley said.

Ensley said students understand the government and politics but are baffled as to what political science truly is. He said students can talk about this and get a better idea of what they can do after graduation.

Jennifer Shore