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Alexander elected to Pi Sigma Alpha council
Robert Alexander, professor of political science, has been elected to the executive council of Pi Sigma Alpha, the political science honor society. He recently completed a two-year appointment to the council to fill an unexpired term.
The executive council consists of the organization’s current officers, president, president-elect, executive director, and newsletter editor, plus the three most recent past presidents and 12 members elected by the membership. The council meets annually at the American Political Science Association Convention to take actions to guide the affairs of the society. Members are selected from among over 750 chapters across the globe.