Talking About How We Talk About the Ethics of Artificial Intelligence
How are we thinking (and writing) about AI? And why does it matter? NC State's philosophy and interdisciplinary studies researchers weigh in.
Voices: Lessons From a Pandemic
In a first-person account of his work covering the AIDS crisis in the 1980s, MALS alumnus David Hunt sees parallels with today's coronavirus outbreak.
My NC State Story: Christina Stathopoulos (Science, Technology and Society ‘12)
With a degree in science, technology and society, Christina Stathopoulos is an emerging thought leader in big data and advanced analytics. She says NC State allowed her to pursue her passions — and discover new ones.
MALS Faculty Spotlight: Seth Murray
Meet Seth Murray, an environmental anthropologist who teaches popular seminars such as "Europe in Crisis."
Alumna’s Passion for Social Justice Leads to Iraq
Audrey White's passion for social justice was fueled by her MALS studies. Upon graduation, she moved to Iraq to work for and among refugees. White (’19) is the the first graduate of our new accelerated bachelor’s/master’s MALS program.
MALS Alumna Designs Sexual Harassment Intervention Program
After practicing small animal medicine for several years, Barbara Loeffler ('19) has a new career path — designing and implementing sexual harassment intervention programs for adolescents.
2020 Maymester Seminar: Collections, Collectors and Collecting
What do we collect and why? Get a sneak peek at this 2020 Maymester course, which looks at collecting from a broad range of perspectives.
MALS Students Present at National Conference
Andrea Restle-Lay was awarded the Student Presentation Award at the AGLSP Conference in Washington, D.C. Hear more about her proposed social media game.
Upcoming Events: MALS Mixer; Culminating Project Presentations
Check out these opportunities to connect with your classmates, faculty and program leadership.