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Author: Rachelle Garbarine

copper wolves at Wolf Plaza

Oct 12, 2021

Communication Advisor Honored by National Academic Advising Association

Communication department director of undergraduate advising and senior lecturer Cynthia Zuckerman-Hyman has been named a 2021 outstanding advising award winner by the National Academic Advising Association. 

Jill Brown stands in front of exhibit wearing turquoise shirt

Oct 5, 2021

Museum Exhibits Technician Jill Brown Marries Sociology Background with Science, Nature

NC State alumna Jill Brown discusses studying sociology, displaying science and nature through interactive exhibits, caring for native NC wildlife and more. 

student shows young girls wildlife in cup

Sep 29, 2021

From The Classroom to The Field

Social work student Natalie Garcia-Franquiz helped bridge the educational gap for migrant farmworkers and their children during her summer internship. 

Meredith Evans standing with Jimmy Carter and wife, Rosalynn

Sep 29, 2021

Archiving U.S. History

For Meredith Evans, archivist, historian and director of the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum, preserving history and serving the public interest is a social responsibility. 

Faculty member Tom Parker holds part of an aphrodite statue

Sep 23, 2021

In Memoriam: Tom Parker

Longtime history professor Tom Parker is fondly remembered for his scholarship and dedication to teaching and mentoring. 

student working on computer

Sep 15, 2021

Undergraduate Researcher Lingfan Cui Studies Driver Attention, Autonomous Vehicles

Meet senior psychology major Lingfan Cui, an international student who works as a research assistant for professor Jing Feng in the Applied Cognitive Psychology Lab. 

man wearing blue shirt working with wires

Sep 7, 2021

Software Engineer Jason Suttles Applies His Philosophy Background to Healthcare, Technology

NC State alumnus Jason Suttles discusses earning degrees in philosophy and computer science, solving puzzles, working at the intersection of healthcare and technology, and more. 

headshot of Elizabeth Eskander

Aug 23, 2021

Undergraduate Researcher Studies Adolescent Morality, Ethical Programming of Autonomous Vehicles

Meet Elizabeth Eskander, a double-major in psychology and biology, who works as an undergraduate researcher with professor Veljko Dubljevic and the NeuroComputational Ethics Research Group. 

doctoral student holding virtual reality gear while sitting at desk

Aug 10, 2021

Psychology Student Uses Virtual Reality to Study Astronaut Emergencies

Using a virtual reality simulation of the International Space Station, doctoral student Imani Murph will explore how distractions affect abilities to perform unfamiliar tasks. 

woman standing in room with other guests

Jul 27, 2021

Virtual MLK Project Expands its Reach to Other Settings, Users

Over the next 18 months, the vMLK team will partner with educational and civic institutions to provide digital scholarship and immersive learning experiences.