Tony Hale’s Chicken Tale
You may know Emmy-award winning actor Tony Hale as Buster Bluth on Arrested Development, or as Gary Walsh, the Veep’s personal aide. Less well known but equally important title roles include Children’s Book Author, and Brother. Hale is the brother […]
Dean Braden Takes the Ice Bucket Challenge
CHASS Dean Jeff Braden took the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge he received from Karen Bullock, Head of the CHASS Dept. of Social Work. And he issued a few challenges of his own. Heads up, arts and sciences deans at UNC-G, UNC-CH, and App State University.
Seven Tenure-Track Scholars Join Faculty
NC State's College of Humanities and Social Sciences welcomes seven new tenure-track faculty to its ranks this fall. Their research interests range from international security to digital humanities to obesity and stigma. Meet these stellar scholars, researchers and teachers.
CHASS Women Lauded for Equity Efforts
Three CHASS women were lauded for their contributions to equity at the 2014 Sisterhood Dinner held on campus by NC State's Council on the Status of Women. Kudos to Deborah Hooker, Mary Wyer and Suzanne Martin.
Maymester: One Course, Three Weeks, Three Credits
Last May, CHASS piloted Maymester, a three-week academic session that combines an intensive schedule with small class sizes to create an enriching and in-depth educational experience for professors and students alike. Based on positive feedback from faculty and students, the college has been asked to organize Maymester 2014.
Student Advisers Honored
When NC State recognized its outstanding undergraduate academic advisers recently, the College of Humanities and Social Sciences was well represented. Two of the five university employees who received awards for their efforts to support and encourage students were from CHASS. Congratulations to Linda Williams and Roy Stamper.
Students Conduct Research for Stop Hunger Now in Dominican Republic
NC State graduate students in the Masters of Social Work (MSW) program are conducting on-the-ground research for international nonprofit Stop Hunger Now in the Dominican Republic, where they are visiting medical facilities, orphanages and schools to evaluate the impact Stop Hunger Now is having there.
NC State University Faculty Member wins NASW-NC Advocacy Award
NC State Department of Social Work Faculty Member Professor Barbara Zelter Selected as NASW-NC Myrna Miller Wellons Advocacy Award Recipient! Congratulations! Read Article here!
Study Shows Innovative Program Helps Limit Domestic Violence
The statistics are horrifying. Nearly three in 10 women have been stalked or assaulted by their partner, and states reported investigating abuse cases involving 5.9 million children in 2010. Social workers and social work researchers are constantly searching for ways to address domestic violence, and new research from NC State shows that at least one recent program is making a difference.
CHASS Welcomes New Tenure-Track Faculty for 2013-2014
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences welcomes 15 new tenure-track faculty to its ranks this fall. Their research interests range from medical anthropology to Spanish sociolinguistics. Meet these stellar scholars, researchers, and teachers.