Kudos to Kuzma: Distinguished Professor Named AAAS Fellow
Jennifer Kuzma has been elected as a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Kuzma is the college's Goodnight-North Carolina GlaxoSmithKline Foundation Distinguished Professor in Social Sciences and co-directs NC State's Genetic Engineering and Society Center.
Highlights from Midterm Elections Discussion
During an event following the 2018 Midterm Elections, Dr. Steven Greene and Dr. Andrew Taylor discussed midterm results and debated topics including midterm campaigns, the role of gerrymandering, and the future of both the House of Representatives and the Senate. Read on to learn more.
Wolfpack Gets Out to Vote!
Learn how Talley Student Union became an early voting site for the 2018 Midterm Elections its impact on students.
Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Michael Struett
The newly elected Chair of the Political Science Department, Dr. Michael Struett, shares insight into his role, proposed changes to the department, and the benefits of being a PS major.
Trick or Treat?
Dr. Scott Duryea’s PS 231 students were spooked about an exam on Halloween (10/31/18) but those who dared to dress up were treated to extra credit. Thank you for the wicked good time!
The NC General Assembly through the eyes of an intern
Sinthia Shabnam, a senior double majoring in Political Science and Sociology, reflects on her internship with the General Assembly and how it has influenced her both academically and personally.
Explore several exciting clubs and organizations associated with the Political Science Department including the Political Science Club, Model United Nations, and Society of Politics, Economics, and Law.
MPA Alumni Spotlight – Debra Bryant
Debra Bryant completed the MPA program in 1980. She currently owns a federal government affairs consulting firm. See our full interview with Debra to learn how her MPA helped her develop a successful career in public service! What is your […]
From Paraguay to Kinston
Spending the summer in a small community in eastern North Carolina might not be every graduate student’s dream. But for MIS student Fatima Morys Barrios, a summer internship in Kinston through NC State’s Rural Works! program was not just rewarding; it changed her outlook on her career goals.