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The court of North Carolina with the 1911 building. Photo by Marc Hall

Oct 27, 2020

Student Ambassador Spotlights: Anthropology, Criminology and Sociology

Meet several members of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology Student Ambassadors, a team of 19 undergraduate student volunteers. 

Sarah Wild standing at career fair table

Oct 27, 2020

Student Resources: Interview With Career Counselor Sarah Wild

Sarah Wild, a career counselor in NC State's Career Development Center, explains the many resources available to students. 

belltower

Sep 24, 2020

Meet New Department Head Dr. Troy Case

Troy Case started his tenure as department head in July 2020. 

copper wolf statue

Sep 24, 2020

Student Deadlines, Resources and Updates

Stay informed by reviewing upcoming academic deadlines and accessing helpful resources. 

The court of North Carolina with the 1911 building. Photo by Marc Hall

Sep 24, 2020

Student Ambassador Spotlights: Anthropology, Criminology and Sociology

Meet several members of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology Student Ambassadors, a team of 19 undergraduate student volunteers who help with student activities, new student recruitment, department communications, student involvement, and student mentorship. 

wolf statue on NC State's campus

Sep 24, 2020

Faculty and Academic Advisor Spotlight: Margaret Stiffler

Over the last few decades, Margaret Stiffler has held many titles at NC State: student, advisor and faculty member. 

belltower behind trees

Sep 24, 2020

Get Involved: Criminal Justice and Criminology Club

Criminology and psychology double-major Deirdre Byrnes details the club's offerings. 

The Belltower on a warm spring day.

Sep 24, 2020

In the Field: Interning with the Raleigh Police Department Through ACORNS

Anthropology major Shelby Feirstein reflects on her fall internship — and the importance of addressing homelessness in Raleigh. 

Talley Student Union

Sep 24, 2020

In the Field: Interning with the North Carolina Public Interest Research Group (NCPIRG)

Sociology and political science double-major Carly Richardson reflects on her summer internship — and the push to increase voter turnout.