Humanities and Social Sciences Faculty: John Kessel
John Kessel is a professor of creative writing and American literature. A winner of the Nebula Award, the Theodore Sturgeon Award, the Locus Award, the Shirley Jackson Award, and the James Tiptree, Jr. Award, Kessel has taught at NCSU since 1982, and helped organize and served as the first director of the university's Master of Fine Arts program in creative writing.
Humanities and Social Sciences Faculty: Branda Nowell
Branda Nowell is Assistant Professor in the Department of Public Administration. She teaches organizational behavior and theory, and focuses her research around multi-organizational systems for responding to complex issues.
Humanities and Social Sciences Faculty: Tom Hess
Tom Hess is Professor of Psychology. His research, which involves cognitive functioning across the life span, seeks to contradict the stereotype that getting older means losing a mental edge.
Humanities and Social Sciences Faculty: Anna Bigelow
Anna Bigelow is Assistant Professor of Religious Studies. Her book, Sharing the Sacred: Practicing Pluralism in Muslim North India is a study of a Muslim majority community in Indian Punjab and the shared sacred and civic spaces in that community.