Ph.D. student studying politics at the University of Dallas;
preparing to be a Political Science professor
“Austin College is where I both fell in love with the political science discipline and encountered professors who made a very positive impact on my life. When I arrived at AC I didn’t know what I wanted to do, and I kind of stumbled into studying political science….I thought for a time about being an attorney. But I enjoyed the scholarship of learning things and then telling others. There’s an aspect of political science that is about demographics and voting patterns, but I’m interested in Aristotle’s idea of political science as it relates to behaviors and theory. Because I like what I am doing, I want to do well for the sake of doing well—it also brings me joy. Austin College is where I formulated my dreams of the career I want and the person I want to be.”
On September 19, Wyatt served as panel moderator at the Second Annual Constitution Day event sponsored by The Sumners Foundation, Austin College Pre-Law Society, Austin College Student Assembly, and Law Related Education.