Public Administration Colloquium Series – Akua Twumasi
PhD student in Public Administration, Akua Twumasi, will present her current research. The Colloquium offers Department of PA faculty and students a chance to present their current research for discussion and constructive feedback.
MPA Alumni Spotlight – Amber Smith
Amber Smith graduated from NC State’s MPA program in 2012. She is the founder and executive director of Activate Good, a nonprofit that connects people to local volunteer opportunities. See below for our full interview with Amber to see how her MPA degree has influenced her career!
MPA Alumni Spotlight – Debra Bryant
Debra Bryant completed the MPA program in 1980. She currently owns a federal government affairs consulting firm. See our full interview with Debra to learn how her MPA helped her develop a successful career in public service! What is your […]
Pi Alpha Alpha Induction
On Friday, October 12 ten new members were inducted into Pi Alpha Alpha at the Fall 2018 Public Administration Alumni Society Luncheon: Yuhao Ba, Christopher Church, Garrett Daniel, Bradley Holliday, Alicia Mooney-Flynt, David Schlaseman, Jayce Sudweeks, Kristy Wasilewski, Thomas Vanderbeek, and Luis Carlos Villa.
Ph.D. in Public Administration Student Viewbook
Hot off the presses! The Department of Public Administration is excited to release the first edition of the Ph.D. in Public Administration Student Viewbook, which contains the profiles of the current Ph.D. in Public Administration students. Readers can learn about […]
Why Research Methods Matter
Research methods matter, especially in the government and nonprofit sectors, where an estimated 40 percent of the nation’s economic resources are devoted to the pursuit of quality of life gains. NC State Public Administration scholar RaJade Berry-James and co-author Susan Gooden's new book addresses the essential skills needed for real world decision-making and evaluation.
Public Administration Alumni Society Hosts Luncheon and Discuss Nonprofits
The Public Administration Alumni Society hosted a luncheon discussing the changing nonprofit landscape, engaging faculty, students, and alumni from the triangle area.