NC State experts share their insights during this truly unique election season.
Tom Birkland’s “After Disaster” Recognized for its Enduring Contributions
Birkland's book was honored for its remarkable and ongoing relevance — including during a global pandemic.
Welcome Our New Humanities and Social Sciences Faculty
Jordan Carr Peterson joins the School of Public and International Affairs as assistant professor of political science in the area of judicial politics.
Congratulations, Political Science Graduates
We salute our political science students who are graduating this spring. Here’s a series of slides our students provided that highlights their achievements and plans.
In Memoriam: Charlie Coe
Public administration professor emeritus Charlie Coe, “a leading light and a dear friend,” is fondly recalled for his expertise, mentorship and kindness.
Fulbright American Security Seminar Highlights NC State Expertise
NC State experts in public policy, sociology and political science will lead the Fulbright American Security Seminar for 90 visiting Fulbright research scholars, focusing on issues of energy, food insecurity and disaster relief.
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.
Advocates Rally in Opposition to Border Separation Policy
NC State political scientist Steve Greene discusses with ABC-11 News some of the political implications involved with the United States' policies of separating children from their parents at the nation's border.
Why Research Methods Matter
Research methods matter, especially in the government and nonprofit sectors, where an estimated 40 percent of the nation’s economic resources are devoted to the pursuit of quality of life gains. NC State Public Administration scholar RaJade Berry-James and co-author Susan Gooden's new book addresses the essential skills needed for real world decision-making and evaluation.