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Apr 14, 2016 | Red and White for Life Alumni Blog

Communication Alumna Danielle Deabler Brings Next Generation of Listeners to NPR

Welcome to Generation Listen — a new old-fashioned way to enjoy National Public Radio and the brainchild of alumna Danielle Deabler (Communication '93).

Apr 4, 2016

Now Streaming: Alumna’s Novel Being Transformed into Amazon TV Series

Last summer, author and NC State alumna Therese Fowler added a new title to her resume: TV producer. After being invited to Savannah, Georgia, for the filming of a new Amazon Studios pilot, Fowler watched as Christina Ricci and a cast of supporting actors played out scenes inspired by Fowler’s latest book, “Z: A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald.” Amazon has since ordered a full season of “Z: The Beginning of Everything,” a bio-series based on Fowler’s 2013 New York Times bestseller.

Mar 14, 2016 | Red and White for Life Alumni Blog

John D. Hall Sets the Stage for the Miami City Ballet

This month, the Miami City Ballet will perform the Shakespeare classic, A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Communication alumnus John D. Hall won’t be on stage, but his work as the ballet’s production and lighting director will play a central role.

Mar 3, 2016 | Red and White for Life Alumni Blog

Yellowstone National Park is Home and Office for Psychology Alum

For psychology alumnus Larry Glickman, wildlife at the window is just one perk of living and working in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming. Glickman, who graduated from NC State in 1990, can also see the travertine terraces of Mammoth Hot Springs from his back window. A park ranger, Glickman handles camping reservations and back-country permits from May to September. In the off-season, he monitors commercial filming in the park and is a stay-at-home dad to 3- and 6-year-old sons.

Feb 26, 2016 | Red and White for Life Alumni Blog

Alum’s Career Path Leads to Federal Prison — As Warden

Tommy Scarantino (Poli Sci '95) runs the Federal Correctional Institution at El Reno, Okla., home to violent felons and white collar criminals. The day President Barack Obama paid El Reno a visit will serve as one of many memorable experiences in a career that started when Scarantino was an undergraduate at NC State.

Feb 4, 2016 | Red and White for Life Alumni Blog

Alum Makes His Mark in Sports, Fashion and Pop Culture Branding

During his days as a student at NC State, Patrick Joyce (Poli Sci '98) spent hours under the guidance of track coach Rollie Geiger, learning lessons on running, leadership and life. He continues to apply those lessons as director of licensing and brand development for IMG, which represents some of the world’s biggest sports figures, fashion icons, companies and events.

Feb 2, 2016 | Red and White for Life Alumni Blog

Alumna Wires Rural Idaho Hospital

Darla Anglen-Whitley (English '86) is on the front lines of a health-care revolution. She manages health informatics at Syringa Hospital and Clinics in rural Idaho, where she oversees technology that gives patients electronic access to their doctors and medical records. The American Hospital Association named Syringa Idaho’s most wired hospital in 2014 and 2015 in recognition of its work to give patients and doctors a system for secure online communication and access to medical records.

Jan 22, 2016 | Red and White for Life Alumni Blog

Communication Alum Promotes Papa John’s Around the World

Edmond Heelan tries his best to resist, but the 1990 communication alum winds up eating pizza two or three times a week. It’s hard to fault him. As a Papa John’s executive, it’s part of his job.

Jan 4, 2016

Filmmaker Documents America’s First Forest

As a child, Paul Bonesteel relished opportunities to learn about the past. Today, the filmmaker and NC State communication alumnus is helping educate others by documenting important stories from the 20th century.

Dec 21, 2015

Year in Review: Top Humanities and Social Sciences Stories of 2015

As 2015 comes to an end, take a look back at some of our top stories of the year. This snapshot of the innovative and purposeful work that stems from our students, faculty, alumni and friends, underscores a fact that's clearer now than ever: the humanities and social sciences are not just relevant to solving the problems of the 21st century, they are essential.