Stories From 2019

Mar 15, 2019

RISING Exhibit Highlights Climate Change’s Impact to NC Shores and Communities

Join us as NC State hosts an interdisciplinary grand opening for RISING NC, an exhibit that highlights impacts of climate change on our state's coast.

Mar 14, 2019  |  NC State News

How To Pick The Right Thrift Store For All The Stuff That Didn’t Spark Joy

Now that Marie Kondo has convinced you to tidy up, what do you do with all that stuff? Public administration professor Amanda Stewart has answers.

Mar 12, 2019  |  NC State News

Why Home Cooking Isn’t Possible For Everyone – And What We Can Do About It

NC State sociologist Sarah Bowen discusses why a home-cooked meal is out of reach for many Americans — and what we can do about it.

Feb 25, 2019  |  NC State News

Study: Aquaculture Does Little, If Anything, To Conserve Wild Fisheries

New research finds that aquaculture, or fish farming, does not help conserve wild fisheries.

Feb 21, 2019

Black History Month 2019: Meet Elan Hope and Blair Kelley

February is Black History Month, a vital opportunity to honor black legacies, histories and accomplishments. It’s also a chance to amplify ongoing research into the black experience.

Feb 18, 2019

Making Her Mark

Stephanie Cogdell found a home at NC State and, as a volunteer, board member, mentor and donor, she has been giving back ever since.

Feb 4, 2019

Diversity in Law Enforcement: 5 Questions With Raleigh’s Chief of Police

Raleigh's police chief and NC State alumna Cassandra Deck-Brown says diversity and community engagement are keys to effective policing.

Feb 4, 2019

Bringing Medieval Literature Into the Digital Age

An expansive digital humanities project is breathing new life into the work of William Langland — more than 600 years after his death.

Feb 1, 2019  |  Philosophy and Religious Studies

The Impact of Religion on Cinema

Princeton University professor Jeffrey Stout will deliver NC State’s fourth annual Impact of Religion Lecture on the topic of “Cinematic Spectacles of Sacred Suffering: Ethical Challenges in Dreyer and Von Trier.”

Jan 16, 2019  |  Philosophy and Religious Studies

McLaughlin on a Roll

Levi McLaughlin, associate professor of religious studies, has published an important new book on one of the most influential religious movements in modern Japan. He has also been awarded a distinguished visiting position in Japanese Studies for the 2019-20 academic year.