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.
MIS Fulbright Student – Sara Snoussi
The Master of International Studies (MIS) has welcomed several Fulbright sponsored students over the last few years from Algeria, Argentina, Kenya, Niger, Paraguay and Russia. This year we are happy to have Sara Snoussi join us from Tunisia.
Meet the New MIS International Students!
Four MIS international students share their story on how they ended up at NC State and what they plan to do with their degree.
Public Administration Receives $92,500 Grant from Oak Foundation to Support MPA Student
Public administration grant from Oak Foundation supports MPA Student, Gary Wood Jr.
A Place at the Table – Public Administration Nonprofit Networking
This morning several students and faculty met with Mendi Nieters to discuss the public administration nonprofit sector at A Place at the Table in downtown Raleigh.
We Are the Wolfpack: Meet Frank Perry
The extension assistant professor and law enforcement veteran embraces a unique opportunity to help prevent innocent people from being incarcerated.
Jeffrey Diebold Named Chair, Department of Public Administration
NC State’s Department of Public Administration welcomes Jeffrey Diebold as chair, effective July 1, 2019.
NC State Student Advocates for Redistricting Reform
Anna Martina, a junior majoring in political science, describes her summer internship for Citizens Redistricting North Carolina and how students work to find a solution to partisan gerrymandering.
Welcome Irwin Morris to the School of Public and International Affairs
Irwin Morris has been named Executive Director of the School of Public and International Affairs, effective July 1, 2019. He most recently chaired the Department of Government and Politics and served as professor of political science at the University of Maryland at College Park.
An Early Start with the North Carolina Republican Party
Eryn Godwin, a freshman majoring in political science, talks about getting involved early with the NC Republican Party and how it will lead to opportunities in the future.