New Scholarship Established in Honor of First Latinx Student Body President
Alumnus Mitchell Moravec (Psychology, Materials Science and Engineering ’18 and MPA ’20) has established a new scholarship in honor of his friend and former student body president, Jackie Gonzalez (Political Science ‘18).
Teaching Teachers Half A World Away
MIS student Amanda Baker is helping Azerbaijani teachers improve their English fluency.
How We’re Studying COVID-19
Tom Birkland, Steve Greene and Irwin Morris are studying COVID-19 from multiple perspectives.
Wolfpack Writers: Irwin Morris
We caught up with Irwin Morris, executive director of NC State’s School of Public and International Affairs, to learn more about his book “Movers and Stayers.”
Analysis: Nonprofit Organizations Across the Country Are in Crisis
How many nonprofit organizations will disappear altogether? Public administration professor Mandi Stewart takes a closer look.
Political Science Welcomes New Pi Sigma Alpha Members
The political science department recently welcomed new members into the NC State University chapter the national political science honor society.
Transcending Borders: Amanda Baker’s (MIS ‘21) work with teachers in Azerbaijan
An American teacher finds much in common with Azerbaijani teachers through an innovative program at NC State.
Kassidy DeMaio (’22) Awarded Boren Scholarship
Kassidy DeMaio will spend much of her senior year in Amman, Jordan, immersed in advanced language and cultural studies.
A Message from Public Administration Chair Dr. Jeffrey Diebold
We hope you take a few minutes to explore our latest PA newsletter. When you see all that’s been going on in the department—you’ll be glad you did! Let’s kick things off with a few notes from the PA chair Dr. Jeffrey Diebold.
Public Administration Alumni Society Update
Thank you to all of our alumni and others who have supported the work this year of the department and the PA Alumni Society. Find out more about what the Alumni Society has been up to the past year!