Musician perform on guitar and sax at the UMBC Department of Political Science 2011 spring reception in the Kuhn Library.
Guests sign in at the UMBC Dept. of Political Science 2011 spring reception
Guests Arrive at UMBC's Kuhn Library
Arthur Johnson and Gabriel Acevero Political science professor Arthur Johnson speaks with graduating senior Gabriel Acevero at the department's 2011 spring reception, honoring outstanding students, faculty and staff.
Political Science Students Attend Reception Political science major and Sondheim Scholar Dinah Douglas (left), graduating in spring 2011, attends her departmental awards ceremony with a friend.
Delana Gregg in UMBC's Kuhn Library Delana Gregg (right), assistant director of UMBC's Sondheim Public Affairs Scholars Program, was recognized as the recipient of the 2011 UMBC President's Commission for Women Achievement Award at the Dept. of Political Science spring reception.
Professor Thomas F. Schaller UMBC Professor of Political Science Tom Schaller at the department's 2011 spring reception in the Kuhn Library. Schaller is the author of "Whistling Past Dixie: How Democrats Can Win Without the South."
UMBC Political Science Reception UMBC Dept. of Political Science faculty, staff, students, family and friends gather for the 2011 spring reception, honoring the year's outstanding graduates.
UMBC's Emma Sellers and Devin Hagerty Program Management Specialist and Program Coordinator Emma Sellers and Dept. Chair Devin Hagerty at UMBC's 2011 political science spring reception.
Devin Hagerty Provides Intro Remarks UMBC Dept. of Political Science Chair Devin Hagerty welcomes a standing-room only crowd to the department's 2011 spring reception
Political Science Chair Devin Hagerty (at right, not pictured) introduces the department's faculty and staff.
Guest Speaker Alicia Lynn Wilson UMBC alumna Alicia Wilson '04, political science, was the featured guest speaker at the Department of Political Science's 2011 spring reception. While at UMBC, Wilson was a Sondheim Public Affairs Scholar and 2003 Harry S. Truman Scholar for the State of Maryland. She graduated from the University of Maryland School of Law and is now a commercial litigation and family law associate with Gordon, Feinblatt, Rothman, Hoffberger and Hollander in Baltimore.