My internship experience in the NYC Mayor’s Office
Senior political science major, Shannon Bullis, reflects on her summer 2017 internship with the New York City Mayor's Office.
The Zeta Epsilon Chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha welcomes 29 new members!
On November 8, 2017 we recognized the achievements of 29 PS majors and distinguished alumna, Dr. Rachael Overcash.
Landing my dream job in computer security
Lauren Brennan, PS senior graduating this month, describes her academic journey that has led to her dream job in computer security.
Dr. Bill Boettcher shares his expertise on the crisis in North Korea
Earlier this semester, tensions between North Korea and the United States seemed to be reaching new heights. I sat down with foreign policy professor, Dr. Bill Boettcher, to get an informed opinion on the issue.
Thank you, 9/11 Day of Service volunteers!
On Tuesday, September 19, 2017 several PS majors participated in the annual Activate Good 9/11 Evening Commemoration and Service Projects event in downtown Raleigh. Volunteers received a free tee shirt, transportation to the event, and the opportunity to serve the greater Raleigh community. Keep reading for details about the event and upcoming opportunities.
Interning with Paul Ryan on Capitol Hill
Jordan Kab, a junior in political science, spent spring of this year interning with Speaker of the House Paul Ryan in Washington, D.C. Read on to learn about his experience working on Capitol Hill and beyond.
Add value to your degree with internships
Senior Political Science major Adonna Biel shares insight on the importance of engaging in internships
Highlights from the discussion, “Media’s Influence on Public Opinion”
Media influence on public opinion has become a highly debated topic since the presidential election. On March 14, 2017 in Caldwell G 111, Dr. Greene and Dr. Taylor debated each other on this topic. Both political science faculty members presented interesting arguments. We have captured some highlights in case you missed the event.
Thank you and farewell, Dr. Kessler!
On April 28, Dr. Sanford Kessler, our outstanding political theory professor, gave his last lecture at NC State. As the spring semester was finishing off, PS major Shannon Bullis had the opportunity to sit down with Dr. Kessler to discuss his career, what he’s learned from his time here at State, and his future plans.
“Oh, the places you’ll go!” May 2017 graduates share their post-NC State plans
Tessa Loazer, Cody Long, Charles Gray, Ayana Parker, Brandon Hien, Harrison Broadbent, and Chris Broughton graciously shared their post-NC State plans on a forum on the new PS Advising Moodle page.