Stories From 2011

Jun 14, 2011

Freedom Riders Relive Past, Promote Unity

Doaa Dorgham, a junior majoring in psychology and minoring in international studies, recently got the chance to relive history. Dorgham was one of 40 students chosen from across the country to take part in the 2011 Student Freedom Ride organized […]

Jun 9, 2011

National Women’s Conference at NC State: “Unite for Peace”

Join the U.S. National Committee for UN Women at the 2011 National Conference “UNITE for PEACE – in our home, in our community, and in our world.” The conference builds collaborations to end violence against women – locally and globally. […]

Jun 9, 2011

CHASS Faculty — Michael Garval

Michael Garval is Associate Professor of French and the CHASS Director of the Master of Arts in Liberal Studies (MALS) program.  Garval’s book “A Dream of Stone” focuses on his research interests of literary celebrity in French culture and the […]

Jun 9, 2011

CHASS Faculty — Nora Haeen

Associate Professor of Anthropology Nora Haenn looks at Mexican migration to the United States. She focuses her research on those who stay behind. In the classroom at NC State, Haenn fosters a culture of intellectual openness that encourages students to think for themselves. […]

Jun 9, 2011

Safer Sex: Study Examines Sexual Communication In Transgender Community

For Immediate Release Matt Shipman | NC State News Services | 919.515.6386 Dr. Kami Kosenko | 919.513.1477 Release Date: 06.02.2011 A new study from NC State University’s Department of Communication shows that talking about safer sex is a complicated process […]

May 4, 2011

CHASS student to appear with Oprah before Freedom Ride

A chance to relive history awaits Doaa Dorgham later this week. But first, there is Oprah. Dorgham is a junior psychology major with a minor in international studies. The Raleigh resident is also a Caldwell Fellow. She is one of […]

Apr 27, 2011

Meet CHASS Distinguished Alumna and ExxonMobil Exec Susan Carter

It was a night course about the Soviet Union that convinced Susan Carter to apply to NC State and major in political science. Just back from the Coast Guard Academy, she was trying to figure out her future.  She decided […]

Apr 27, 2011

Dr. Maria Pramaggiore: Fueling Passion for Film

Film is a complex art form and a cultural institution whose influence spans the 20th century and transcends it. The opening line from a highly acclaimed textbook–co-authored by the Department of English’s Maria Pramaggiore–describes the foundation of the Film Studies […]

Apr 14, 2011

CHASS Student Takes A Seat on the Freedom Ride

Adapted from Red & White For Life Doaa Dorgham, a junior majoring in psychology and minoring in international studies, is being given a chance to relive history. Dorgham is one of 40 students chosen from across the country to take […]

Apr 12, 2011

Student presents research to United Nations Commission on the Status of Women … and to you

Katie Starr (International Studies and French, ’11) traveled to New York recently to present her research on sex trafficking in North Carolina at the 55th annual United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (CSW). Now she’s sharing her research–and […]