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NC State alumna Mary Chamblee ('17) has been an advocate for mental health services as both a student and employee of the university.

Jan 16, 2024

Giving Back to Support Mental Wellness

Communication and women's, gender and sexuality studies alumni Mary Chamblee has witnessed the impact of mental health services as both a student and employee at NC State. 

Jan 12, 2024

The Day King Addressed Campus — and the Klan Marched on Raleigh

English professor Jason Miller has discovered footage of the Ku Klux Klan marching in downtown Raleigh and Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. giving a speech in Reynolds Coliseum — both of which happened on the same day. 

Dec 19, 2023

Student Entrepreneur Learns by Doing

Junior Jack Rothacker, a double major in Spanish and business administration, launched a nonprofit to raise money to build a new classroom and provide educational resources for a school in El Salvador and, in turn, help students stay in school. 

Dec 13, 2023

From Iran to Raleigh, a Family Legacy Continues at NC State

As sociology and communication major Kemmia Ghodrat prepares to graduate, she reflects with her father on community, hospitality and the Wolfpack. 

Dec 13, 2023

CHASS Announces 2023 Wellness and Belonging Mini-Grant Winners

The College of Humanities and Social Sciences’ Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion awarded wellness and belonging mini-grants to 10 projects. 

photo taken from above shows a Black woman in exercise clothes looking at a health monitor on her wrist

Dec 11, 2023

How a Failure to Understand Race Leads to Flawed Health Tech

A fundamental misunderstanding means the way many health devices are developed and tested can exacerbate racial health inequities. Associate professor of psychology and co-author of the study Vanessa Volpe helps explain. 

Dec 8, 2023


In Ukrainian, the word means “will.” Darya Levchenko ’19 MA and her fight to preserve the arts embody that spirit of Ukraine’s people. 

Dec 6, 2023

Heart for Helping

Master of Social Work alumna Tosheria Brown helps people at risk of or experiencing homelessness find a new path. 

A student walks by Withers Hall.

Dec 6, 2023

Philosophy and Religious Studies Head Michael Pendlebury Retires

After 20 years as head of the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Michael Pendlebury is retiring, effective Jan. 1, 2024. 

photo shows the front seat and dashboard of a car, with no driver at the wheel. Lights passing in the windows suggest the car is moving at a high speed.

Dec 4, 2023

To Help Autonomous Vehicles Make Moral Decisions, Researchers Ditch the ‘Trolley Problem’

The goal of the new research is to help autonomous vehicles make “good” decisions. Corresponding author and associate professor in the Science, Technology and Society program Veljko Dubljević helps explain.