Stories From 2016
NC Native Finds Passion For His Roots — and For Research
Hear from senior history major Andrew Collins on what inspired him to pursue undergraduate research and what he's learned during the process.
Victorian STEAM: Exploring How the Arts Relate to STEM Fields
The importance of the arts to STEM fields will be a main theme of a Victorian Institute Conference coming to NC State Oct. 14-15. Victorian STEAM (the “A” stands for “arts”) is designed to celebrate and promote interdisciplinary study, underline the importance of the humanities and propose how Victorian studies can help innovate work in present times. It’s the first time NC State has hosted the conference.
The Many Paths to Making a Family
Award-winning author and NC State professor Belle Boggs talks about the research and personal experiences that shaped her new book on fertility, choice and the many possible paths to making a family.
Graduate Certificate in Digital Humanities Open House
On Monday October 3rd, Dr. Paul Fyfe hosted the Fall 2017 Graduate Certificate in Digital Humanities Open House at the Rick’s Hall Circuit Studio. The event yielded a lively discussion about digital humanities across diverse academic fields. For more information about the Graduate […]
Arthur Berger, Graduate Student Research Competition Winner
Arthur Berger, a second year MS in Technical Communication student, won Second Place in the Graduate Student Research Competition at the SIGDOC Conference on September 26th in Silver Spring, MD.
Mentoring Program Aims to Help Grad Students Land Jobs
A mentoring program for grad students, by grad students — that’s the idea behind a new leadership initiative in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Experiencing King Uses Technology, Art to Showcase Magnitude of MLK
Hundreds of people came to NC State over the weekend to experience Martin Luther King Jr. from a new perspective. Check out photos from Experiencing King at NC State, and see what attendees had to say on social media.
NC State Fiction Contest Open
Calling all writers! NC State’s annual Fiction Contest is open and accepting entries for the 2016 competition. The contest is free and open to all North Carolina residents, drawing more than 300 entrants last year. You have until Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2016, to mail your work to NC State Fiction Writing Contest, Campus Box 8105, English Department, NC State University, Raleigh, NC, 27695-8105.
Experiencing King Weekend Features Unique Performances, Exhibits
Incorporating stage drama, documentary film, audio archives, contemporary art and immersive technologies, Experiencing King at NC State celebrates the civil rights vision of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as it played out in North Carolina — the subject of innovative digital humanities research by NC State professors Dr. Jason Miller and Dr. Victoria J. Gallagher.
Award-Winning Authors Headline Fall Reading Series
This fall, NC State will welcome three accomplished writers to campus as part of its popular Literary Reading Series.