Talking About How We Talk About the Ethics of Artificial Intelligence
How are we thinking (and writing) about AI? And why does it matter? NC State's philosophy and interdisciplinary studies researchers weigh in.
Voices: Lessons From a Pandemic
In a first-person account of his work covering the AIDS crisis in the 1980s, MALS alumnus David Hunt sees parallels with today's coronavirus outbreak.
Wolfpack Writers: Therese Anne Fowler
We caught up with sociology and English alumna Therese Anne Fowler to learn more about her novel "A Good Neighborhood."
My NC State Story: Jason Erik Lundberg (Technology Education ‘97, English ‘05)
English alumnus Jason Erik Lundberg will publish his 25th book in June. He says he owes much of his success to his time at NC State.
How Can We Handle Stress and Stay Positive During a Pandemic?
Psychology professor Shevaun Neupert discusses how to cope before, during and after stressful events.
How Can I Tell Which Charity to Support During This Crisis?
Nonprofits need our help. But how can we determine which organizations to support? Public administration professor Amanda J. Stewart offers some advice.
Langston Hughes – Domestic Pariah, International Superstar
English professor Jason Miller gives a look at the life of Langston Hughes, a leading figure of the Harlem Renaissance and an uncompromising voice for social justice.
To Stay Positive, Live in the Moment – But Plan Ahead
New research from NC State psychologists finds that people who balance living in the moment with planning for the future are best able to cope with stress.
Tips for Setting Up Your Home Workspace
Psychology professor Doug Gillan shares ideas for staying focused and productive when working remotely.
My NC State Story: Larry Bliss (Speech Communication ‘77, Adult and Community College Education ‘05)
Alumnus Larry Bliss says his NC State coursework in oral interpretation and modern drama led him to a dream career — playwriting.