Making Her Mark
Stephanie Cogdell found a home at NC State and, as a volunteer, board member, mentor and donor, she has been giving back ever since.
Diversity in Law Enforcement: 5 Questions With Raleigh’s Chief of Police
Raleigh's police chief and NC State alumna Cassandra Deck-Brown says diversity and community engagement are keys to effective policing.
The Impact of Religion on Cinema
Princeton University professor Jeffrey Stout will deliver NC State’s fourth annual Impact of Religion Lecture on the topic of “Cinematic Spectacles of Sacred Suffering: Ethical Challenges in Dreyer and Von Trier.”
McLaughlin on a Roll
Levi McLaughlin, associate professor of religious studies, has published an important new book on one of the most influential religious movements in modern Japan. He has also been awarded a distinguished visiting position in Japanese Studies for the 2019-20 academic year.
Submit Your Poems to the 2019 NC State Poetry Contest
The annual NC State Poetry Contest is a free literary competition open to all North Carolina residents.
Global Film Series Returns for Spring Semester
The Global Film Series at NC State is back for a second semester with four new international films. The series is a collaborative initiative to bring a variety of international and globally-focused films to campus.
Student Spotlight: Sam Shain
Interdisciplinary studies double major Sam Shain has taken full advantage of his time at NC State.
Remarkable Researcher: Psychology Major Jessica Hernandez
Psychology major Jessica Hernandez has a passion for early educational intervention and equitable treatment for all students. See how she explored her interest at NC State through undergraduate research.
Bias-Based Bullying Does More Harm, Is Harder to Protect Against
A new study from NC State psychologists finds bias-based bullying does more harm to students than generalized bullying, particularly for students who are targeted because of multiple identities, such as race and gender.
Who, Exactly, Are These People?
A video project on NC State "firsts" spotlights university pioneers like Katherine Stinson, George Matsumoto and Irwin Holmes.