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Alumna Elizabeth Medlin

Apr 9, 2024

Banking on Success

Alumna Elizabeth Medlin, who graduated with degrees in Spanish and international studies, is a Federal Reserve Bank employee, master’s degree candidate and author. 

Apr 2, 2024

Sarah Bowen Named Associate Dean of Research and Engagement

The College of Humanities and Social Sciences has named Sarah Bowen associate dean of research and engagement, effective Jan. 1, 2025. 

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Mar 28, 2024

What are the Risks and Rewards of Autonomous Vehicles?

Four faculty scholars offer insights on the economic, moral and social consequences autonomous vehicles pose. 

Stephen Puryear

Mar 25, 2024

Stephen Puryear Named Department Head of Philosophy and Religious Studies

The College of Humanities and Social Sciences has named Stephen Puryear head of the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, effective July 1. 

students walking across brick pathway

Mar 4, 2024

3 CHASS Students, 1 Faculty Member Receive Fulbright Awards

Three students and one faculty member from the College of Humanities and Social Sciences are the recipients of prestigious Fulbright awards. 

Feb 22, 2024

Charting Her Own Course

Since she arrived at NC State, sophomore Erin Ferrare has set her sights on one goal — to balance her time equally between engaging in campus life and charting a career path. 

Feb 20, 2024

Digitizing Dickens’s Working Notes 

The project, co-directed by English professor Anna Gibson, offers insight into the 19th-century author’s creative mind and writing practices and makes his novels more accessible to today’s readers. 

Withers Hall

Feb 16, 2024

Online Leadership in the Public Sector Program Rises to No.4 in National Rankings

The Leadership in the Public Sector program ranked No. 4 in the nation on the 2024 best online undergraduate programs by U.S. News & World Report. 

Feb 15, 2024

A New Endowment Reflects Business Alumna’s Passion for the Humanities

Ella Price created a new endowment that reflects her passion for the humanities and desire to pay it forward. 

Feb 6, 2024

Professor Rodney Waschka’s New Composition Premieres

Arts studies professor and composer Rodney Waschka’s new original work, “Suite for Piano,” received its premiere performance at the NYC Contemporary Music Symposium’s recent Columbia University concert.