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Apr 14, 2021

Brown Family Donates $1M to MFA in Creative Writing Program

The generous gift from Tony Brown and his family will help launch the careers of many gifted poets, novelists and other writers. 

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Sep 1, 2020

Climate Change and the Challenge of Community Relocation

Climate change will profoundly affect where people live. As public administration professor Christopher Galik explains — it already is. 

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Jul 31, 2020

Jeffrey Leiter

Professor Jeff Leiter earned his PhD in Sociology from the University of Michigan in 1977.  He has worked for most of his professional career at NC State University with significant off-campus leaves in France and Australia.  He has taught at all levels of the undergraduate curriculum and graduate program.  His teaching includes courses in the Master… 

Jul 31, 2020

Troy Case

I received my M.A. in Bioarchaeology from Arizona State University in 1996, and my Ph.D. in Physical Anthropology from Arizona State in 2003.  My primary fields of teaching and research are in human osteology and bioarchaeology.  Areas of specific expertise include congenital anomalies of the hands and feet, their utility in identifying family members in… 

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Jul 31, 2020

Jodi Hall

Dr. Hall is an Associate Professor of Social Work and a member of the Center for Human Health and the Environment. Dr. Hall is also a faculty partner of the Center for Family and Community Engagement.  She has published research related to health disparities, palliative care, and behavioral health. As a Principal Investigator and Co-investigator, she… 

Jul 31, 2020

Denis Gray

Denis O. Gray is Alumni Distinguished Graduate Professor, Applied Social and Community Psychology Program, Department of Psychology, North Carolina State University. Dr. Gray’s research focuses on science and technology policy issues, particularly the outcomes and implications of cooperative research centers.  For the past twenty-five years he has led a unique, multi-faceted ‘improvement-focused’ evaluation of the… 

Jul 31, 2020

Amy Glaser

Hello! I received my PhD from University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill in the philosophy of youth and childhood studies in May, 2018. Before moving to North Carolina, I received a BA in philosophy from the University of Wisconsin in Madison. As an undergraduate, I also spent time living and studying abroad in Israel and Australia.… 

Jul 31, 2020

Rodney Waschka

Waschka also directs the Arts NOW Series — Responsibilities Director of the Arts Studies Program. Director of the Arts NOW Series, which presents concerts, lectures, and other performing arts events for the University community and the general public. The Arts NOW Series programs feature contemporary work in the arts: new works, new techniques, new interpretations and contexts,… 

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Jul 31, 2020

Matthew Booker

Prof. Booker is on leave through 2022 and will not be on campus. A native of northern California, I descend from Maine businesspeople (by way of Bellingham, Washington) on my mother’s side and Virginia tobacco farmers (by way of Independence, Texas) on my father’s side. I have been through a variety of educational institutions, including an… 

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Jul 31, 2020

Brent Sirota

Dr. Brent S. Sirota is associate professor and the Director of Graduate Programs in the Department of History at North Carolina State University. He specializes in the religious and political history of Great Britain and the wider British world in the seventeenth, eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. He received an MA in Religious Studies in 2001, and…