Joseph Losco, who served as the chair of the political science department for 14 years and director of the Bowen Center for Public Affairs, retired over winter break.
“He was the definition of someone you’d want to work for or with,” said Isaac Miller.
The freshman political science major interned at the Bowen Center during his senior year of high school. Losco spent that year mentoring and teaching Miller about a variety of topics, such as political participation, voting and polling data.
“He gave me invaluable experience and opened my eyes to the field of political science,” Miller said. “I remember him as always willing to make even the most complicated of subjects fun for me and interesting to learn. He taught me the…