Updates on some of our Past History & Political Science Graduates:
Alexander Marks (2008, History & Government) graduated from Massachusetts School of Law in 2011. He is currently serving as In-House Counsel & Government Affairs Director for the Arizona Student's Association in Phoenix, Arizona.
In his time at Daemen, Alex was president of the Pre-Law Student Association (PLSA) and Vice-President of the History & Government Club. Alex says that participating in the Pre Law Student Association's (PLSA) Annual Moot Court Experience was one of his favorite experiences for his time at Daemen.
Saladi Shebule (2013, Political Science) is a Power Organizer for the Coalition of Economic Justice in Buffalo, New York.
Saladi wrote his senior thesis on the Acculturation Challenges of the Somali Bantu Refugees in Buffalo, New York, which he presented at a "Seminar on Engagement with Refugee Students and Communities in Buffalo" (A conference held on Daemen College Campus, October 18, 2012 and co-hosted by the History & Political Science Department and Center for Sustainable Communities and Civic Engagement). Saladi was also a presenter at World Refugee Day (A conference held on Daemen College Campus, June 20, 2013 and co-hosted by the History & Political Science Department's Refugee Studies Program and the Center for Sustainable Communities and Civic Engagement).
In his time at Daemen, Saladi was an active member of the History & Government Club and a frequent participant in the Pre Law Student Association's (PLSA) Annual Moot Court Experience.
Tyler Threehouse (2011, Political Science) is in his final year at the University at Buffalo School of Law and is currently serving as Head Law Clerk at Lipsitz Green Scime Cambria, in Buffalo, New York. While at Daemen, Tyler was active in the Pre Law Student Association (PLSA) and a regular participant in the Annual Moot Court Experience.
Congratulations to all of our graduates and best wishes on your continued success!