Updates from NC State Model United Nations
Sophomore political science major, Jacob Trubey, recently revived the NC State Model United Nations club. Since its comeback, the club has traveled to several conferences throughout the South. Continue reading to learn more and get the latest on their travels.
Job well done, Ridge and Logan!
Senior political science majors, Logan Graham and Ridge Mazingo, presented the results of their Honors Theses earlier this month at the Mid-West Political Science Association annual conference in Chicago, IL.
Blaike Bibbs on her passion for politics
Junior political science major, Blaike Bibbs, reflects on her accomplishments and love of politics.
Reflection: Jackie Gonzalez as Student Body President
Jackie Gonzalez, a senior in political science, reflects on her experience as Student Body President.
North Carolina Leaders for Political Dialogue
Harrison Preddy, a senior in political science graduating in a few short weeks, describes his involvement in North Carolina Leaders for Political Dialogue (LPD). Continue reading to learn more about LPD and ways to get involved.
The Legislative Internship at the North Carolina General Assembly
Five PS students accepted into the esteemed 2017 Legislative Internship Program reflect on their experiences at the North Carolina General Assembly.
Honoring 6 Years of Service: Thank you, Director Mahoney!
Departing Director of the School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA), Dr. Richard Mahoney, sat down with Senior political science major, Shannon Bullis, to reminisce about his experience as director of SPIA.
Fulbright Scholar Heidi Hobbs Grows Prague Connections
As a Fulbright Scholar, political science professor Heidi Hobbs works far beyond the boundaries of campus. Learn more about her teaching and leadership abroad.
Cooper, Legislature Spend Big on Private Lawyers in Fight Over Powers
The power struggle between Dem Gov. Roy Cooper and the Republican legislature over political appointments has both sides hiring unprecedented numbers of lawyers, says NC State political scientist Andy Taylor.