Study: Corporations Can Benefit from Altruism During a Crisis
New research from NC State finds that altruism – and social media – can help corporations cultivate trust with consumers on mobile devices during and after natural disasters.
Four Professors Named Faculty Scholars
NC State’s 2017-2018 class of University Faculty Scholars includes four professors from the College of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Why Mental Health Treatment is Not an Easy Solution to Violence
Forensic psychologist and NC State professor of psychology Sarah Desmarais has studied mental illness, violence and mental health treatment at length. In this opinion piece, she explains why mental health treatment is not going to “cure” violence.
#MeToo on the 1930s Silver Screen
On Australian radio, NC State Professor of Film Studies Marsha Gordon talks about movies from the 1930s that demonstrate how far back sexual predation and exploitation of women go on the silver screen, and how integral these views were to Hollywood’s imagining of women’s lives.
Belize Study Offers Blueprint for Community-Based Public History Research
A new paper on fieldwork in rural Belize serves as a case study for both developing site-specific cultural and historical exhibits and training a new generation of public history scholars.
The Cold War’s Toxic Legacy
NC State Communication Prof. Bill Kinsella shares insights on the costly, dangerous cleanups required at atomic bomb production sites such as Hanford.
‘Art United’ Workshop Coming on March 22
In support of diversity and inclusiveness on campus, NCSU Libraries is partnering with NC State's MFA in Creative Writing program to host “Art United,” a writing and art workshop in spring 2018.
The Conversation: Many #MeToo Moments in1930s Movies
Movies dating to the early 1930s depicted overt sexual aggression against women on a regular basis. NC State Professor of Film Studies Marsha Gordon shares her research in this opinion piece.
Global Storyteller: Sinthia Shabnam
NC State's Office of Global Engagement recently caught up with Sinthia Shabnam, a junior double-majoring in sociology and political science. Learn more about Shabnam's experiences traveling abroad.
Contest Winner Named: Side By Side With the Dean
Sophomore Taylor Hayden, a double major in international studies and Arabic, has won the honor of serving side by side with Humanities and Social Sciences Dean Jeff Braden on March 21, 2018.