David Eisenhower, J.D.

Director, Institute for Public Service

David Eisenhower teaches Communication and the Presidency, which examines the impact of the "Bully Pulpit" on recent and contemporary national politics. As the Director of the Institute for Public Service at the Annenberg School, he oversees COMPS (Communication in Public Service) undergraduate students' course work and internships. The Institute also sponsors events and symposia, and brings teaching fellows to the Annenberg School.

Additionally, every four years Eisenhower teaches the "Conventions" class, whereby a group of undergraduate students attend the Democratic and Republican national political conventions, getting a first-hand and close-up look at the selection of presidential candidates.

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Every four years during presidential election cycles, students in COMM 428: Conventions, Debates, and Campaigns attend both Democratic and Republican...
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David Eisenhower, Director of the Institute for Public Service at Anennberg, explains what the Communication and Public Service (CoMPS) Program has...

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David Eisenhower is the Director of the Institute for Public Service at the Annenberg School for Communication.

Phone: 
215-898-6685

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