Study: Corporate Tax Incentives Do More Harm Than Good to States
Researchers in NC State's School of Public and International Affairs find that most tax incentives aimed at attracting and retaining businesses leave states worse off.
Preserving History, Creating Opportunity
Fueled by their passion for Native American culture, Belinda and John Hester (History ’72) have established a scholarship to help underrepresented students at NC State.
NC State-Produced Documentary Wins Emmy Award
The Language and Life Project at NC State was honored for "Talking Black in America," a feature-length film that highlights the rich history of African-American English.
Study Highlights New Strategies For Helping Children Process Negative Emotions
A recent study from NC State psychologists highlights the potential value of spending time outdoors to help children regulate their emotions.
How I Think and Do: Health Care Leader Beth Villena
What can you do with an NC State degree in social work? Ask Beth Villena (BSW '89), director of the WakeMed Rehabilitation Hospital in Raleigh.
Study Highlights Complexity of Public Responses to Corporate Crises
Communication professor Yang Chang introduces a new tool that will help organizations respond to stakeholder concerns in the event of a crisis.
In Memoriam: Charlie Coe
Public administration professor emeritus Charlie Coe, “a leading light and a dear friend,” is fondly recalled for his expertise, mentorship and kindness.
In Memoriam: Tom Hester
English professor Tom Hester is remembered for his teaching, scholarship and passion for life.
My NC State Story: Adrian Z. Williams (Political Science ‘87, MALS ‘08)
With two degrees from our college, Adrian Z. Williams has immersed himself in a life of service.
Psychology Faculty Member Receives College’s First NSF CAREER Award
Psychology professor Kelly Lynn Mulvey will help foster inclusive environments for high school students interested in STEM fields through a National Science Foundation (NSF)-funded project.