Master of International Studies Launches Professional Development Series
Graduate students get a head start on career planning and forge alumni connections in the process.
MIS Alum Rinat Kapev: Mobilizing Aid for the United Nations
MIS alum, Rinat Kapev, offers current students interested in international development work some advice, as he discusses how NC State and the Fulbright Program prepared him for his current position with the United Nations.
How Mapping, Satellite Technologies Can Help Pick Ideal Sites for Solar
As more companies consider adding solar installations on their campuses, NC State graduate student Missy Catlow wanted to explore how new technology might help evaluate potential sites.
Americans, Check For Warnings When Traveling Abroad
Learn about the country you're going to before you go, and prepare for the unexpected. Prof. Heidi Hobbs, director of NC State's Master's of International Studies program, offers advice for Americans planning to travel abroad.
SPIA Welcomes New Faculty Member Dr. Jessica Liao
The School of Public and International Affairs welcomes its newest faculty member, Dr. Jessica Liao! Professor Liao previously taught at George Washington University and was a visiting fellow at Monash University’s campus in Kuala Lumpur. She received her Ph.D. in […]
Student Carlo Zanelli Leaves Sustainability Impact At Home, Abroad
Pursuing dual masters degrees in Economics and International Studies, Carlo Zanelli hopes to work in global development or as a foreign service officer after NC State. He's well on his way.
SPIA Celebrates MIS Exchange Students for International Education Month
November is International Education Month, a time to celebrate the value of international students, student exchange programs, and study abroad programs. NC State’s Master of International Studies (MIS) program welcomes a number of students annually from all over the globe, […]
MIS Students Explore Washington, D.C.
A group of nine students in the Master of International Studies program visited Washington, D.C. to meet with representatives from various intelligence agencies. The trip was funded through the Intelligence Community Centers for Academic Excellence (IC-CAE) grant.