Faculty and Staff

Jan 15, 2020

An Opportunity Multiplied

Need-based scholarship support, as well as resources from TRIO and Pack Essentials, helped Indira Gutierrez (Psychology ’19) develop into a scholar, researcher and advocate.

Jan 10, 2020

Landmark Exhibit Unearths History

In "When MLK and the KKK Met in Raleigh," English professor Jason Miller reveals never-before-published photos from Martin Luther King Jr.'s historic 1966 visit to Raleigh.

Jan 7, 2020

Research Offers New Way to Assess an Organization’s Public Relations

Communication professor Yang Cheng explains how a new tool will allow organizations to better measure and describe its relationships with stakeholders.

Dec 16, 2019

Psychology Researchers Call For Changes to Better Address Racial Health Disparities

NC State psychologist Vanessa Volpe is among researchers calling for focus on race and health disparities. Learn more about their proposal.

Dec 12, 2019  |  NC State News

‘The Job of a Poet Is to Tell the Truth’: Remembering Gerald Barrax

Former students and colleagues share their impressions of Gerald Barrax, emeritus professor of English, who died Dec. 7.

Dec 3, 2019

Wolfpack Writers: Marc Dudley

We caught up with English professor Marc Dudley to learn more about his book "Understanding James Baldwin," part of the Understanding Contemporary American Literature series.

Dec 2, 2019

Food Fights: How History Shapes What We Eat – And Why

Everybody eats. But as two NC State history professors explain, what people eat, and what drives our decisions about food, vary tremendously.

Nov 26, 2019

$2.24M in Grants Will Equip Social Workers to Address Opioid Crisis

With support from two grants, NC State's Department of Social Work is preparing students to help those struggling with addiction.

Nov 20, 2019

Margaret Atwood and the Biotechnology of Tomorrow

Renowned author Margaret Atwood's visit to NC State included a group discussion with Humanities and Social Sciences students and faculty.

Nov 15, 2019

A Largely Untapped Universe: Exploring Race in Nontheatrical Films

English professor Marsha Gordon explains how films never destined for theaters can inform our understanding of race and culture in the U.S.