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Tag: School of Public and International Affairs

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Jan 21, 2021

Student Spotlight: Marc Hall (MIS ’20)

Hall says his master's degree allowed him to learn more about the connected world we live in — and how we got here. 

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Jan 14, 2021

Motherhood Does Not Drive Support For Gun Control

NC State political scientist Steven Greene finds that parenthood doesn’t have a substantial effect on the gun control views of men or women. 

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Dec 22, 2020

Former Student Body President Establishes Scholarship for Student Leaders

Andy Walsh (Political Science ’13) has pledged $10,000 to establish the Robert A. Walsh Student Leadership Fund, which will benefit undergraduate students serving in leadership roles for campus organizations. 

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Sep 24, 2020

Study Suggests Financial Holdings Influenced Key Votes For House Lawmakers

NC State political scientist Jordan Carr Peterson finds that many lawmakers have voted to support their financial interests, regardless of their politics. 

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Sep 10, 2020

Tom Birkland’s “After Disaster” Recognized for its Enduring Contributions

Birkland's book was honored for its remarkable and ongoing relevance — including during a global pandemic. 

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Sep 1, 2020

Climate Change and the Challenge of Community Relocation

Climate change will profoundly affect where people live. As public administration professor Christopher Galik explains — it already is. 

From left: April Gonzalez, Janiya "Starr" Gibens, and Kendall Griffith

Aug 18, 2020

Three Students Awarded First Angela C. Caraway Scholarships

Hear more from Humanities and Social Sciences students Janiya "Starr" Gibens and Kendall Griffith. 

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Jul 1, 2020

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. 

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Jun 22, 2020

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. 

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May 20, 2020

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.