5 Questions on Diversity in Higher Ed
Robert Jones, president of the University at Albany, shares his perspectives on the nature of leadership and the importance of confronting issues of race and racism. Jones delivers the 2016 Humanities and Social Sciences Diversity Lecture Feb. 17.
2015-16 Faculty Scholars Named
Chancellor Randy Woodson announces this year’s University Faculty Scholars, high-performing faculty members recognized for their significant achievements in scholarship, teaching and service.
World Philosophy Day Lecture
Stanford's Kenneth A. Taylor, a professor of philosophy and syndicated radio host, will present "Religion and Gay Marriage: Why Democracy is Good for Religion, Even if Religion is Bad for Democracy," a lecture in celebration of World Philosophy Day next Thursday at Witherspoon Student Center.
Top History Paper Examines Early Voting Rights Case
History student Micah Khater recounts the fascinating details of a Depression-era civil rights case in Wilkes County, North Carolina. Her groundbreaking work is named the best undergraduate history paper in the state.
Poet’s Work Spans 40 Creative Years
Language professor Tom Feeny recently published his second collection of poetry.
White House Teamwork Pays Off
An NC State faculty member is a key contributor to a White House initiative to leverage science to make government programs more effective and efficient.
Student Raises Funds for Robotic Arm
Despite a neuromuscular disease, English major Kevin Schaefer has developed a strong voice in the English department and in campus student media circles. He's raising funds for a tool that would give him new capabilities.
Prof Briefs UN Security Council
NC State political science professor Mark Nance briefs the UN Security Council on weapons proliferation.
MLK Dream Resounds in Historic Audio
Five decades after he shared his vision of a just society in a segregated high school gymnasium in North Carolina, Martin Luther King’s dream finds a new voice.
MLK’s First Dream
Newly released audio recording reflects Dr. King's "dream" imagery, months before the March on Washington.