Research, Advocacy Lead International Studies Major to the UN
Maya Krishnan (International Studies and Business Administration) graduates this spring after serving as a fellow for the North Carolina advocacy group WomenNC. She also recently participated in the United Nation's 60th session of the Commission on the Status of Women.
Undergrad Pursues Mobile Eco-App Research
After transferring to NC State in 2015, Tarang Malaviya says he was inspired to "seek solutions to current problems." So, that's what he did. Volunteering to assist a doctoral student with environmental communication research, Malaviya helped study how mobile phone applications can help the public make sustainable choices.
Student Startups Win Awards at eGames
Two startups founded by Humanities and Social Sciences students took home awards Thursday at the 2016 Lulu eGames at NC State's Talley Student Union.
GROW Project Seeks Researchers to Study Women and Girls of Color
NC State University is recruiting researchers from all disciplines to participate in a national initiative aimed at increasing research that focuses on women and girls of color. Led by Humanities and Social Sciences Assistant Dean Blair Kelley, NC State's recruitment effort comes in advance of an April conference on the issue at Wake Forest University.
NC State Backs Effort to Advance Research on Women, Girls of Color
By joining the Collaborative to Advance Equity through Research, the university has committed to supporting its existing research about women and girls of color while also developing new opportunities for scholarly inquiry.
MALS Final Project Spotlight: Bria Sledge
The focus of this research was to highlight the economic constraints of African American children from low-income families living in North Carolina.
MALS Final Project Spotlight: Cristian Mihai Maris
This paper analyzes the ethical readiness of the Army’s junior officers, as they prepare to tackle this ever increasingly complex operational environment.
MALS Final Project Spotlight: Jennifer Cowley
With the growing number of incarcerated mentally ill offenders, it is necessary for our community to be aware of what systems of care are in place to help ensure they have a successful transition back into the community upon release.
MALS Final Project Spotlight: Gale McKoy Wilkins
The project defined leadership among women and girls, and validated the importance of providing women and girls with the skills and confidence to become leaders.
Opening the door for underrepresented students to study abroad
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences is launching a pilot program aimed at encouraging underrepresented student groups to study abroad. Through information sessions and Travel Scholar grants, the college hopes to show students how study abroad can augment their education and expose any misconceptions that may be holding them back.