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painting of the early 20th century industrial center in Youngstown, Ohio

Jan 19, 2022

Greening the Rust Belt: An Unexpected Link Between Manufacturing and Sustainability

New research from public administration professor Christopher Galik highlights the role economic transitions play in fostering sustainability. 

cover of "Dark Harvest"

Jan 13, 2022

Wolfpack Writers: Joseph Millar

We caught up with Joseph Millar, a professor of the practice in NC State’s MFA in Creative Writing program, to learn about his new poetry collection "Dark Harvest." 

Two children sit on a dock; one child is facing away, the other has her head bowed

Jan 11, 2022

Study Outlines Ways to Help Children Learn Forgiveness

New research from NC State psychologists finds teaching children to understand other people’s perspectives could make it easier for them to learn forgiveness. 

Black man sitting on a city bench looking sad

Jan 6, 2022

Pandemic Stress Affects Black Adults More Than Their White Peers

The study from NC State psychologists also found younger white adults were less adversely affected by COVID stress than older white adults. 

Sophie Korenek standing in front of sunflowers

Jan 4, 2022

Philosophy Student Helps Develop Critical Thinking Course

Meet Sophie Korenek, a junior majoring in philosophy and biochemistry. She’s also a Jefferson Scholar, a dual-degree program of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences and College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.  

young girl reading a picture book

Dec 20, 2021

Studies of Children’s Stories Shows Differences in Russian, U.S. Approaches to Emotion

New research from NC State psychologists finds Russian parents are more likely than U.S. parents to read stories to their children that feature negative emotions. 

brick path to belltower

Dec 16, 2021

Year in Review: Our Top Stories of 2021

2021 was a year of change and resilience for NC State's College of Humanities and Social Sciences — but also, new beginnings and optimism. Each step of the way, our Pack rose to the challenge. 

student standing at front of classroom next to screen

Dec 13, 2021

Foreign Language Education Major Gains Real-World Experience Through Student Teaching

Meet Claire Garner, a senior majoring in foreign language education (Spanish). This year, she is completing her student teaching and teacher licensure requirements at Apex Friendship High. 

cover of "Love, Lists and Fancy Ships"

Dec 9, 2021

Wolfpack Writers: Sarah Grunder Ruiz

We caught up with English alumna and lecturer Sarah Grunder Ruiz to learn more about her new book "Love, Lists and Fancy Ships." 

student standing in red graduation regalia

Dec 6, 2021

Student Commencement Speaker’s Message: Keep Moving Forward

Leadership in the public sector student Shannon Fuller will deliver the commencement address at PNC Arena on Dec. 14.