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Virtual Events for Admitted Students

Register for one or more of these events to meet and hear from current students, faculty and staff.

Connect With Your Home College

Explore what it’s like to be a student in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. Sign up for these events to meet and hear from current students, faculty and staff.

Note: These events are specific to your declared college and major. They are also different from sessions offered through the Experience NC State series, which you must register for separately.

Department Information Sessions

Learn more about your major, meet representatives from your department and hear from current students. After clicking on the registration links below, log in to your wolfPAW account to register.

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Meet Current Students

Sign up for our student ambassador panels to meet current students and get answers to your questions about campus life, internships, research and more. After clicking on the registration links below, log in to your wolfPAW account to register.

Mock Lectures

Attend a virtual lecture by one of our talented faculty members. Get a feel for college life — and learn something in the process! No matter your major, you’ll find these engaging. After clicking on the registration links below, log in to your wolfPAW account to register.

History professor William Kimler: Feb. 25, 6-7 p.m. Register »

  • Public Health, Science, and Cholera in the 19th Century: History can provide insight into our current pandemic, through the resemblance of past events and reactions. The cholera epidemic in the 19th century involves not only theories of germs and control of disease. The full story requires awareness and analysis of social disparities, economic worries, the politics of poverty, the imagined role of the state and the rhetoric surrounding a fearsome disease.

Political science professor Steve Greene: April 7, 5-6 p.m. Register »

  • The Current Political Environment in Context: With a new administration in the White House, what does the political landscape look like in terms of policies, leadership, national goals and relationships between different political parties? What can we expect going forward? What can Humanities and Social Sciences tell us about current and future directions?