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Sep 29, 2022

Study Finds Law Enforcement Is Hampering Harm Reduction Programs in N.C.

The study finds law enforcement is not uniformly recognizing legal protections for people who make use of harm reduction programs. 

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Sep 29, 2022

Examining the Impact of Trauma-Based Training on Social Workers

Social work major Kimberly Barrera-Gutierrez researches the impact trauma-based training has on clinicians’ ability to help people deal with distressing situations. 

Krupa Bharodiya and Kelis Johnson

Sep 27, 2022

Interdisciplinary Studies Students Named Voyager Scholars

Krupa Bharodiya and Kelis Johnson are part of the inaugural cohort for the Obama-Chesky Scholarship for Public Service, also known as the Voyager Scholarship. 

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Sep 27, 2022

The Sprawl of Y’all

Recent M.A. in English graduate Brody McCurdy’s linguistics research examines why y’all is extending beyond the South. 

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Sep 16, 2022

NC State Alumna Named U.S. Air Force Cadet of the Year

Hannah Fletcher (International Studies and Mechanical Engineering '21) is the first NC State student to receive the national honor. 

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Sep 13, 2022

Study Outlines Steps To Reduce ‘Cybervetting’ Bias in Hiring

Failing to regulate cybervetting can introduce bias into hiring processes and hurt a company’s bottom line. 

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Sep 7, 2022

Exploring the Social, Ethical Sides of Microbiome Engineering

NC State will play a key role in a new National Science Foundation center by examining the societal, ethical and policy implications of microbiome engineering advancements. 

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Aug 24, 2022

SPIA’s Griffin Named Fulbright Distinguished Chair

The prestigious award gives Clifford Griffin the opportunity to conduct research on the challenges to democracy in Latin America and the Caribbean. 

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Aug 17, 2022

Student Intern Takes to the Airwaves

Junior Jeanine Ikekhua, a double major in communication and international studies, is gaining real-world experience while interning at WUNC Radio. 

Anthony Ramsey stands in front of large granite rocks.

Aug 11, 2022

Living and Learning in Amman, Jordan

Senior Anthony Ramsey, a double major in international studies and foreign languages and literatures, is studying Arabic in Amman, Jordan, while immersing in the country’s culture and traditions.