When You Spot One Driving Hazard, You May Be Missing Another
Research from NC State psychologists finds that when drivers notice one traffic hazard, they are less likely to see a simultaneous second hazard.
Jeffrey Diebold Named Chair, Department of Public Administration
NC State’s Department of Public Administration welcomes Jeffrey Diebold as chair, effective July 1, 2019.
Study: Internet Perpetuates Job Market Inequality
Research from sociologist Steve McDonald finds the internet is giving both employers and job seekers access to more information, but has not made the hiring process more meritocratic.
Jessica Jameson Named Head, Department of Communication
NC State's Department of Communication welcomes Jessica Jameson as department head, effective July 1, 2019. The department is one of the largest on NC State's campus.
Communication Alumna Scales Mount Everest in Record Time
NC State alumna Roxanne Vogel trained and worked in a low-oxygen chamber for three months before scaling the world's highest peak in record time.
The Message That Addiction Is a Disease Makes Substance Users Less Likely to Seek Help
Research from NC State psychologists finds that people with substance-use problems who read a message describing addiction as a disease are less likely to report wanting to engage in effective therapies, compared to those who read a message that addiction behaviors are subject to change.
Walt Wolfram Accepted Into American Academy of Arts and Sciences
The linguistics professor joins a selective organization that recognizes leaders in various fields and disciplines.
The Ethics and Challenges Surrounding Neuroenhancement
New work from philosophy professor Veljko Dubljevic explores the ethics of neuroenhancement and calls for legal and regulatory oversight of the emerging technologies.
Student Commencement Speaker Reflects on Failure, Redemption
When communication major Ruhama Wolle steps up to the podium to give NC State's student commencement speech on Saturday, May 11, she will do so with great pride, and with great humility.
Study Highlights How Little We Know About Women Terrorists
The first large-scale research project evaluating the characteristics of women involved in jihadism-inspired terrorism finds significant differences between men and women in both their backgrounds and their roles within terrorist groups.