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.
Heidi Hobbs Honored With 2020 Jackson Rigney International Service Award
The Jackson Rigney International Service Award is the highest honor for global engagement at NC State.
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.
Recent SPIA Grad Goes to Work in D.C. Under Fellowship Award
The School of Public and International Affairs' very own Jacob Sebastian has been chosen as a Scoville Fellow.
Presidential Management Fellow (PMF) Finalist
Logan Graham, NC State Masters of International Studies 2019 graduate, has been selected as a Presidential Management Fellows Program (PMF) finalist.
Elizabeth Dillon: An internship in Honduras
Elizabeth (Liz) Dillon, a second year Master of International Studies student, is currently interning in Zambrano, Honduras with The Leadership Center (TLC), an organization funded by the U.S. nonprofit organization, Leadership Mission International (LMI). TLC is an English immersion and faith based college for young women with the goal to empower them to become leaders in their communities.
From An Alum: Colin Beamer
Meet Colin Beamer, a recent political science alumnus and the program coordinator of Leadership and Civic Engagement at NC State.
From Our Faculty: Political Scientist Steven Greene
Political science professor Steven Greene discusses his work and the value of critical thinking, writing and undergraduate research.
My Internship at the Department of Defense
Student Duyen Pham shares insights from her recent internship with the Department of Defense in the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency.
Combining Political, Computer Science at the Princeton Gerrymandering Project
Through a data communications internship with the Princeton Gerrymandering Project, student Lauren Siegel got to combine her technical and political interests into one experience.