May 18, 2018
Humanities and Social Sciences Staff Recognized for Excellence and Service
The college recognized six staff members for 2018 Awards for Excellence during an annual luncheon celebrating all staff and their service to Humanities and Social Sciences.
Dec 19, 2017 | Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost News | Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost News
A Force for Good
Recent NC State grad Kay McMillan (Political Science '17) embraces entrepreneurship and leadership as forces for good, and actively seeks to instill these values in those around her.
May 22, 2017 | Giving News | Giving News
Building a Legacy
NC State alumna Clare Jordan founded the campus chapter of Habitat for Humanity more than 25 years ago. She now supports an endowment that will benefit students who are completing nonprofit internships.
Mar 15, 2017 | Giving News | Giving News
Alumna Barbara Goodmon Honored With Watauga Medal
Humanities and Social Sciences alumna Barbara Goodmon is one of four 2017 recipients of the Watauga Medal, NC State’s highest nonacademic honor, given during the annual Founders’ Day celebration.
Feb 24, 2017 | News and Observer | News and Observer
Op Ed: Repealing Johnson Amendment Could Reduce Charitable Donations
In this op ed, Rich Clerkin, director of NC State's Institute for Nonprofits, says recent discussions about repealing the Johnson Amendment intend to increase the abilities of charities to engage in the political process, such a change in federal law places their abilities to achieve their missions at risk.
Dec 6, 2016 | NC State News | NC State News
For Nonprofits, Even Non-Finance ‘Capacity Grants’ Stimulate Financial Growth
NC State research finds that so-called "capacity grants" lead to long-term financial growth for nonprofit organizations — regardless of what the grants are for.
Dec 1, 2016
The Year in Pictures: Humanities and Social Sciences in 2016
Take a look back at some of our favorite stories (and photos) of the year.
Jun 27, 2016
Student’s Startup Helps Teens Tap into Creative Gifts
Over the last four years, Nate Myers has trained high school students in photography, videography and music production at the Boys and Girls Club of Wake County afterschool program. Working with teens largely from low-income households, Myers mentored students through multimedia projects with themes often promoting social change. Now, through his startup — the Malkuta Project — Myers is expanding the afterschool model to the broader community.
Jun 1, 2016 | NC State News | NC State News
Nonprofit Executive Turnover More Turbulent Than Previously Thought
Research from an NC State public administration professor finds that turnover among executive leaders at nonprofit organizations is often plagued by problems, with very few transitional periods mirroring the scenarios painted in the professional literature.
May 31, 2016 | Lee County News | Lee County News
Study: Nonprofit Executive Turnover More Turbulent Than Previously Thought
New NC State research finds that turnover among executive leaders at nonprofit organizations is often plagued by problems – with very few transitional periods mirroring the scenarios painted in the professional literature. Amanda Stewart, School of Public and International Affairs, featured.