SPIA Hosts Virtual Commencement for 2020 Graduates
The School of Public and International Affairs held two virtual commencement ceremonies to celebrate the graduation of spring, summer, and fall 2020 graduates.
Energy Expert Jackie Kempfer (’17) Speaks at 2020 MIS Commencement
Jackie returned to NC State, albeit virtually, and speak to the MIS graduates about her own experience in the program, the impact it has had on her career, and share advice on how they can forge ahead with their career goals, even in these unusual and challenging times.
Nina Worth is the 2020 Recipient of the William J. Block Award for Service
Nina Worth received the 2020 William J. Block Award for service to NC State and the broader community.
Wyatt Russell is the 2020 Recipient of the Erika Fairchild Award for Best Paper
Wyatt Russell is the 2020 recipient of the Erika Fairchild Award for Best Paper.
Helen Hofelt, SPIA’s Commencement Speaker, Challenges 2020 Graduates to Use Skills to Help Others
Helen Hofelt addressed her fellow 2020 graduates at the School of Public and International Affairs Commencement Ceremony on December 4, 2020.
Adonna Biel (’17) on the Value of College Internships
Recent alum, Adonna Biel, reflects on the value of internship experiences in building a career.
Former Student Body President Establishes Scholarship for Student Leaders
Andy Walsh ’13 has pledged $10,000 to establish the Robert A. Walsh Student Leadership Fund, which will benefit undergraduate students serving in leadership roles for campus organizations.
MIS Alum Rinat Kapev: Mobilizing Aid for the United Nations
MIS alum, Rinat Kapev, offers current students interested in international development work some advice, as he discusses how NC State and the Fulbright Program prepared him for his current position with the United Nations.
Leadership in the Public Sector Graduates Forge New Career Paths
Hear how three Leadership in the Public Sector graduates are using their degrees to turn their passions into successful careers.
2020 Post-Election Analysis: What Happened and Why
Join us for a post-election analysis with Professors Steven Greene and Andrew Taylor at 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 4, 2020. The event, which will take place over Zoom this year, has become an election year tradition for the two […]