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Author: Nash Dunn

Jan 1, 2012

Interview with Marc Dudley

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Nov 22, 2011

Hindi-Urdu Event Celebrates South Asian Language and Culture

Hindi-Urdu Cultural Night celebrated and showcased the diversity of South Asian culture and generated interest in the Hindi-Urdu language program at NC State. 

Jul 15, 2011

CHASS Faculty — Martha Crowley

Why does work matter? How do our experiences in work places affect other areas of our lives? Martha Crowley, assistant professor of sociology, focuses her research around such questions. Crowley reflects on her research, on the importance of mentors in her own professional development and in the lives of students, and on why she loves… 

Jun 9, 2011

CHASS Faculty — Nora Haeen

Associate Professor of Anthropology Nora Haenn looks at Mexican migration to the United States. She focuses her research on those who stay behind. In the classroom at NC State, Haenn fosters a culture of intellectual openness that encourages students to think for themselves. This video was produced by students of COM 437 – Advanced Digital Video – in the… 

Mar 28, 2011

N&O Names Bill Kinsella Tar Heel of the Week

Associate Professor of Communication Bill Kinsella focuses on how public discussion of technical issues, such as nuclear power, shapes public policy. His work takes on new relevance after the disaster in Japan. The News and Observer has named Kinsella as its Tar Heel of the Week. Kinsella directs the interdisciplinary Science, Technology, and Society program. 

Aug 31, 2010

CHASS Alumni — Anita Watkins

Anita Watkins (Political Science and Spanish, ’94) always envisioned herself at law school after graduating. An internship helped her realize she had a special interest in public policy. Watkins, who now serves as the Vice President for Government Affairs for the University of North Carolina system, credits study within the humanities as a unique and essential part of education. 

Aug 26, 2010

CHASS Alumni — Lianne Gonsalves

When pre-medical student Lianne Gonsalves (International Studies and Biological Sciences, ’10) ventured into CHASS her freshman year, she fell in love and decided to stay.  In CHASS, Gonsalves saw innumerable opportunities to explore the world through the International Studies program’s various study abroad offerings.  She has worked as an intern for the State Department and… 

Aug 20, 2010

CHASS Alumni — Maria Kingery

Some business professionals cite interpersonal communication as the most challenging part of their jobs, Maria Kingery (English, ’99) finds it exhilarating. “For some, the people part is the most difficult part. I find it to be the most exciting and interesting and rewarding.”  Kingery, the co-founder and director of cultural development at Southern Energy Management,…