The main function of the Political Science Department is to coordinate the various teaching activities related to the discipline within Sciences Po. In close collaboration with the three research centres (CEE, CERI, CEVIPOF), the department is responsible for the teaching programme at the undergrad level and at the different faculties. It also defines the guidelines for the recruitment of teachers and participates in career management. Its missions are carried out taking into account the representativeness and balance of the different sub-sectors of the discipline.
The Department of Political Science currently has around 90 members within the Permanent Faculty.
- Romain Lachat (CEVIPOF)
- Nathalie Morel (CEE)
- Laurence Louer (CERI)
- Emiliano Grossman (CEE)
- Réjane Sénac (CEVIPOF)
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