NC State Experts Weigh In on Controversial Ninth Congressional District Voter Fraud Allegations
Salon spoke with NC State political scientists Mark Nance and Steven Greene about the controversial ninth district congressional election, and the likelihood of a second election due to voter fraud allegations there.
In the News: NC State Psychologist Helps Develop Fake-Resistant Personality Test
NC State psychologist Adam Meade and other researchers have developed a new type of personality test that uses a rapid response method to reduce the chances of faking answers.
In the News: It’s Time to Amend NC’s Constitutional Amendment Process
In an opinion piece, NC State political scientist Jim Zink discusses the processes by which amendments to the state's constitution might best be approached.
In the News: Use QPR to Prevent Suicide
Using a QPR approach (question, persuade, refer), NC State social work professor Willa Casstevens says you may be able to prevent a suicide.
In the News: How Should CEOs Adjust in the Age of Trump? There are Classes for That.
NC State political scientist Mark Nance welcomes the new dynamics playing out in his classes in the polarized and politically charged age of Trump.
In the News: Parents Can Help Kids Stand Up To Bullying
Research by NC State psychologists Kelly Lynn Mulvey and Elan Hope shows that children who have good relationships and an open line of communication with their parents are most able to prevent bullying before it happens.
In the News: Long-Term Cost When Grads Move Back Home
The New York Times interviewed NC State sociologist Anna Manzoni, whose research finds that young adults who are given financial help instead of living rent-free at home do better professionally.
In the News: Belle Boggs on Michelle Obama’s Fertility Story
In this piece for The Atlantic, Belle Boggs reflects on Michelle Obama's revelation that she became a mom through in vitro fertilization.
In the News: How Political Ideology Influences Charitable Giving
How does political ideology affect charitable giving? New research from NC State public administration prof Rich Clerkin and colleagues finds philanthropy in the U.S. remains just as polarized as everything else. Clerkin directs NC State's Institute for Nonprofits.
In the News: First-Generation College Students Earn Less Than Grads Whose Parents Went to College
NC State sociologist Anna Manzoni and Duke sociologist Jessi Streib's research shows that first-generation college students earn substantially less 10 years after graduation than college graduates whose parents went to college.