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Apr 10, 2014

Big-Screen Project Eyes Conflicts

Students in Marsha Gordon's war documentaries class take advantage of the Hunt Library's giant displays to present a multimedia project on America's military conflicts. 

Mar 31, 2014

5 Questions With Therese Fowler

New York Times best-selling author Therese Fowler talks about the risks she’s taken in her writing career and how it feels to teach where she used to be a student. Fowler is a featured author at this week's North Carolina Literary Festival. 

Mar 27, 2014

Film Engages Men to End Sexual Violence

A documentary by a team of NC State filmmakers challenges men and boys to bring an end to rape culture. Don't miss the upcoming screening of "My Masculinity Helps." 

Mar 26, 2014

Huiling Honored for Article

Associate Professor of English Huiling Ding has been honored for penning the best article of the year in Technical Communication Quarterly. 

Mar 13, 2014

Four Honored at Sisterhood Dinner

Inspirational faculty, staff and students were honored at the Equity for Women Awards last month. Meet the winners and find out how they're supporting women across the university. 

Mar 6, 2014

Supporting Humanities, Social Sciences

Join an effort to ensure that the humanities and social sciences remain a strong and vital component of society. Friday's "Heart of the Matter" event includes leaders from across the state. 

Feb 19, 2014

Exhibit Focuses on Lebanese Immigrants

Check out an exhibition developed by NC State scholars that commemorates the history of Lebanese immigrants who have made North Carolina their home since the 1880s. "Cedars in the Pines" opens Saturday at the North Carolina Museum of History in Raleigh. 

Feb 12, 2014

Essay Collection Honored

A collection of essays including works by three NC State faculty members is honored by a professional organization. 

Feb 3, 2014

Paul’s Cross Project

English professor John Wall and associate professor of architecture David Hill discuss the groundbreaking Virtual Paul's Cross Project, which has been installed in the Teaching and Visualization Lab at the Hunt Library. 

Jan 29, 2014

Q&A With Freeman Hrabowski

Influential educator Freeman Hrabowski led his university to prize chess over football. In an exclusive interview, he discusses his philosophy for sparking a culture change in higher education. Don't miss his lecture on campus Thursday afternoon.