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.
Dr. James Zink Publication
Department of Political Science associate professor Dr. James Zink and co-author Dr. Michelle Schwarze (UW-Madison) recently published their article, "James Wilson's Science of Politics and the Moral Psychology of American Constitutionalism" in the fall issues of American Political Thought: A Journal of Ideas, Institutions, and Culture.
Pi Alpha Alpha Induction
On Friday, October 12 ten new members were inducted into Pi Alpha Alpha at the Fall 2018 Public Administration Alumni Society Luncheon: Yuhao Ba, Christopher Church, Garrett Daniel, Bradley Holliday, Alicia Mooney-Flynt, David Schlaseman, Jayce Sudweeks, Kristy Wasilewski, Thomas Vanderbeek, and Luis Carlos Villa.
Reporting for (Hurricane) Duty: Student Directs NC County’s Emergency Communications
For NC State student Brandy Osborne, the damaging effects of Hurricane Florence have posed challenges at work and at home.
Alum’s Sign Campaign Conveys a Powerful Message
Alumna Amber Smith helped create a new sign campaign that urges us to "Do Good. Be Kind. Change the World."
Ph.D. in Public Administration Student Viewbook
Hot off the presses! The Department of Public Administration is excited to release the first edition of the Ph.D. in Public Administration Student Viewbook, which contains the profiles of the current Ph.D. in Public Administration students. Readers can learn about […]
5 Counties to Watch in North Carolina Politics
These five counties are particularly noteworthy for political observers interested in statewide North Carolina elections.
Americans Love Families. American Policies Don’t.
NC State political scientist Steve Greene spoke with the New York Times about the disconnect between the reverence politicians and voters have for families and the policies they enact.
Trump’s Plan to Reshuffle Government Strikes Familiar Notes
President Donald Trump has proposed reorganizing parts of the federal government in ways that sound very familiar to those who follow U.S. science policy, including NC State social scientist Jennifer Kuzma, who directs the Genetic Engineering and Society Center. Science Magazine asked her to comment.