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.
My NC State Story: Logan Graham (Political Science ‘18, MIS ‘19)
With two degrees from our college, Logan Graham is prepared to start his career with the U.S. government.
The New Normal: How Nonprofits Should Update Their Operations to Account for COVID-19
A checklist created by public administration students outlines what nonprofits need to do to adapt to the pandemic and financial crisis.
How COVID-19 May Affect Nonprofits (And What They Can Do About It)
More people are relying on nonprofits, but nonprofits have fewer resources. Public administration student Xintong Chen explains the challenges ahead.
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.
LPS Online Degree Completion Graduate Ready to Lead
For Ryan Ryals, being a leader has come naturally to him. Now he has a degree to back it up. Ryals earned his bachelor's in Leadership in the Public Sector from NC State in May.
From Mead to Hand Sanitizer: NC State Alumnus Transforms Business During Pandemic
Hear how James Boicourt (Political Science ‘06) has transformed his mead business to produce hand sanitizer during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
How Can I Tell Which Charity to Support During This Crisis?
Nonprofits need our help. But how can we determine which organizations to support? Public administration professor Amanda J. Stewart offers some advice.
Study: Corporate Tax Incentives Do More Harm Than Good to States
Researchers in NC State's School of Public and International Affairs find that most tax incentives aimed at attracting and retaining businesses leave states worse off.