College of Arts & Sciences

Foley Institute for Public Policy & Public Service

The Thomas S. Foley Institute at WSU

The Foley Institute provides public affairs programming and education, supports student engagement in public service, and fosters scholarly research on public policy and political institution in a nonpartisan setting.

Please stop by the Foley Institute on the 3rd floor of Bryan Hall, WSU Pullman.

Spring 2014 Events


April 16

Coffee & Politics with David Parker: "Money in Elections: What Montana can tell us about Citizens United." 11:10am - 12pm, Foley Speaker's Room, 308 Bryan Hall, WSU Pullman.
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April 23

Annual Media & Politics Symposium: "The Media and Political Transformation in the Arab World." 4-5:30pm, 305 Bryan Hall, WSU Pullman.
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Nation mourns passing

Former House Speaker Thomas Foley leaves profound public service legacy

Read more at WSU News

Read official obituary here.

 

Watch Online | Fall 2013

GMO Labeling
SEP Series. "The Science, Ethics, and Politics of GMOs and Your Food"

October 28 | Pullman, Washington

 

Watch Online | Summer 2013

View Tom Foley Tribute
"Tom Foley Tribute"

July 24 | Spokane, Washington

 

Read online | Spring 2013

WSUNews article on Foley Institute remodel
Foley remodel makes room for events, memories

June 24 | WSU News

Watch Online | Spring 2013

View Allen Buchanan presentation
Coffee & Politics: "Science, Ethics, and Democracy" with Allen Buchanan

January 17 | Pullman, Washington

 

Introduction to the Foley Institute

View Tom Foley Tribute
Tom and the Institute that bears his name.

1995 | Pullman, Washington

 

 

Foley newsletterLatest Foley Institute Report Online

The fall 2011 issue of the Foley Institute Report has been posted to the website.

 

 

Photo: Tom Foley"In a cynical age, I still believe that we must summon people to a vision of public service. For, in the end, this ethic determines more than anything else whether we will have citizens and leaders of honor, judgment, wisdom, and heart. These are the qualities this institute will nurture and advance, helping this nation become what it has always been destined to be, the best hope of a free people to live in an open and just society."

The Honorable Thomas S. Foley

 

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