Departments and Programs

Sep 23, 2019

Study Abroad Spotlight: Megan Hern

Political science major Megan Hern spent a semester studying abroad in Oxford, United Kingdom. Learn more about her experience.

Sep 16, 2019

Submit Your Stories to the 2019 NC State Fiction Contest

Drawing more than 300 entrants last year, the NC State Fiction Contest is one of the largest free-to-enter writing contests in the South.

Sep 10, 2019

Study Sheds Light on How the Justice System Can Affect Physical, Mental Health

New research from NC State sociologist April Fernandes finds that being convicted of a crime is associated with a decline in health, even if there’s no jail time.

Sep 9, 2019

Study Abroad Spotlight: Megan Wong

Psychology major Megan Wong spent a semester studying abroad in Oxford, United Kingdom. Learn more about her experience.

Sep 6, 2019

Wolfpack Writers: Elaine Neil Orr

We caught up with English professor Elaine Neil Orr to learn more about her historical novel "Swimming Between Worlds."

Sep 4, 2019

Teaching Public History: Interactive Program Paves The Way For Lebanese Teachers

A program hosted by NC State's Khayrallah Center for Lebanese Diaspora Studies is transforming the way Lebanese teachers educate students about their country’s history. 

Aug 21, 2019

Two NC State Professors Awarded National Endowment for the Humanities Grants

The grants awarded to history professor David Ambaras and film studies professor Marsha Gordon are part of $29 million in awards that will fund 215 humanities projects across the country.

Aug 19, 2019

Three Humanities and Social Sciences Student Leaders Awarded NC State’s Highest Non-Academic Distinction

The Mathews Medal program recognizes graduating seniors who have served NC State as student leaders and created a lasting legacy.

Aug 13, 2019

How I Think and Do: Filmmaker David Hambridge

What can you do with an NC State degree in film studies? Ask filmmaker David Hambridge, director and cinematographer of the documentary "Kifaru."

Jul 22, 2019

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.