Profs Turn Classroom Into a Study About Best Way to Fight Fake News
NC State psychology and history professors try a multidisciplinary attack on pseudo-science to boost critical thinking skills.
Friends Don’t Let Friends Diet
New research from Lynsey Romo, a professor in NC State's Dept of Communication, examines how the people around you may sabotage your healthy eating efforts.
Combatting Stereotypes About Appalachian Dialects
There’s a long history of misconceptions about the Appalachian dialect. Walt Wolfram, sociolinguistics, featured.
Recent Alum Soumya Nadabar Begins Fulbright Assistantship in India
Recent alumna Soumya Nadabar (International Studies and Economics '16) discusses her Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship in India and her plans for the future.
Therese Fowler Named 2017 Distinguished Alumna
Novelist Therese Fowler (MFA '05) has earned the top award for alumni of NC State's College of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Why We Need Federal Funding of Social Science Research
NC State's Dean Braden says federal funding is critical for social science research: these funds save money — not to mention lives.
Alumna Krystal Smith Fosters Unity Through Dialogue, Relationships
At the Veritas Forum, alumna Krystal Smith helps create opportunities for college students and faculty to engage in meaningful conversations.
Professor’s Juneteenth Lecture Encourages Collaboration, Coalitions
Longtime NC State psychology professor Rupert Nacoste discusses society's ongoing struggle for equality at a campus event in honor of Juneteenth. Learn how working in a coalition helps us rise together.
How Anti-Abortion Groups Are Educating The Public — And Exhausting The Opposition
Are anti-abortion advocates and lobbyists drafting repetitive abortion-restricting legislation to educate or to exhaust the public? NC State Communication Professor Emily Winderman, an expert on the rhetoric of reproductive issues, featured.
NC General Assembly’s Session Dominated By Faceoff With Cooper
The 2017 regular session of the N.C. General Assembly was dominated by vetoes, veto overrides and court hearings in lawsuits Gov. Roy Cooper brought to fight legislative attempts to dilute his powers. Andy Taylor, political science, featured.