Feb 15, 2024
NC State was well-represented in the U.S. News & World Report’s latest rankings.
Feb 12, 2024
Until now, little research has been done on the impact these policies have on incarcerated people, their families, and their communities.
Feb 7, 2024
A new study finds there are simple activities that help people improve their mood and emotional well-being after the traumatic loss of a loved one.
Feb 6, 2024
The study suggests public service systems need to do a better job of working with parents to support homeless children.
Jan 29, 2024
The work underscores how toxic yo-yo dieting can be and how difficult it can be for people to break the cycle.
Jan 24, 2024
The more people know about pregnancy, the more likely they are to oppose legislation that limits women’s access to abortions – regardless of political ideology.
Dec 13, 2023
Hushang Ghodrat started a legacy at NC State after fleeing Iran. As his daughter becomes a Wolfpack alumna, she's continuing their family legacy.
Dec 7, 2023
A fundamental misunderstanding means the way many health devices are developed and tested can exacerbate racial health inequities.
Dec 1, 2023
The goal of the new research is to help autonomous vehicles make “good” decisions.
Nov 20, 2023
There was a stark difference in the percentage of non-white Americans who died in the first year of the COVID pandemic compared to white Americans. A new book explains why.
Oct 24, 2023
When misinformation spreads on social media, there can be real consequences for both companies and the public.
Oct 19, 2023
There are more than 30,000 homeless infants, toddlers and preschool-aged children in North Carolina. A new action plan aims to bridge the gap between these children and the services that can help them.
Sep 27, 2023
Some members of the public, such as individuals who are blind or visually impaired, are not able to access all of the relevant information on the sites.
Sep 21, 2023
A new study underscores how being a Black mother in the U.S. involves navigating aspects of parenthood that are explicitly tied to dealing with racism.
Sep 20, 2023
A new study finds that two-thirds of U.S. adults rely on their parents for some form of material support into their early 40s.