A Meal and a Night Out
After learning about food insecurity at NC State, political science alumnus Richard “Gus” Gusler realized he had a resource to feed those hungry students: his restaurant, Players Retreat.
Study Abroad Spotlight: Megan Hern
Political science major Megan Hern spent a semester studying abroad in Oxford, United Kingdom. Learn more about her experience.
Parents and Families Weekend: “American Politics in the Age of Trump” What You Can Expect in the 2020 Election
During this Parents and Families Weekend event, two of NC State's esteemed political scientists will weigh in on common questions about the upcoming 2020 election.
My NC State Story: Seth Palmer (Political Science ‘08)
With a degree in humanities and social sciences, Seth Palmer has been able to explore everything from politics to realty. He shares what accomplishment really hit home.
My NC State Story: Kyle Munn (Political Science ‘06)
With a degree in political science, Kyle Munn has had the opportunity to travel the world. She says NC State showed her how to connect with clients in unique ways.
Study Abroad Spotlight: Brooke Caldwell
Political science and sociology double-major Brooke Caldwell spent a semester studying abroad in Puebla, Mexico. Learn more about her experience.
NC State Experts Weigh In on Controversial Ninth Congressional District Voter Fraud Allegations
Salon spoke with NC State political scientists Mark Nance and Steven Greene about the controversial ninth district congressional election, and the likelihood of a second election due to voter fraud allegations there.
In the News: It’s Time to Amend NC’s Constitutional Amendment Process
In an opinion piece, NC State political scientist Jim Zink discusses the processes by which amendments to the state's constitution might best be approached.
In the News: How Should CEOs Adjust in the Age of Trump? There are Classes for That.
NC State political scientist Mark Nance welcomes the new dynamics playing out in his classes in the polarized and politically charged age of Trump.
Study: Drug Use, Religion Explain ‘Reverse Gender Gap’ on Marijuana
Women tend to be more conservative than men on political questions related to marijuana. A recent study from political science professor Steven Greene finds that this gender gap appears to be driven by religion and the fact that men are more likely to have used marijuana.