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Department of Government

The Department of Government is home to 31 full-time faculty members and focuses primarily on offering undergraduate political science courses to its 900+ majors.

The Department of Government's three undergraduate academic advisers are Sarah Jones, who counsels students with names starting with H-M; Breana Weadock, who counsels students with last names starting with N-Z; and Nathan Williamson, who counsels students with last names starting with A-G, as well as athletes. Mr. James Helms is the administrative assistant.

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