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A brick sidewalk/pathway in the middle of the court of North Carolina

Apr 30, 2021

Introducing Our 2021-22 Student Ambassadors; Thank You to Our 2020-21 Student Ambassadors!

The Department of Sociology and Anthropology welcomes three new student ambassadors — along with nine returning members — who are excited for the year ahead. 

Raleigh skyline

Apr 30, 2021

NC State and UGPN: A Global Partnership for Social Impact

Karl Jicha, a lecturer in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, recently partnered with the University Global Partnership Network. 

headshot of Brianna Johnson

Apr 30, 2021

Double the Learning, But Double the Fun: Double Majoring in Anthropology and Criminology

Senior Brianna Johnson explains the perks of double majoring in anthropology and criminology. 

The Belltower on a warm spring day.

Apr 30, 2021

Meet Dr. Jennifer Carroll, New Medical Anthropologist in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology

Jennifer Carroll's research interests investigate how drug policy impacts real people. 

wolf mural in Talley Student Union

Apr 30, 2021

Support for Students: A List of Helpful Resources From Student Ambassadors

Between the ongoing pandemic, online classes, finals week and everything else, we could all use some support. Fortunately, the NC State campus community has us covered in many ways. 

copper wolf statue

Apr 30, 2021

Student Deadlines, Resources and Updates

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

exterior of the Talley Student union in the late afternoon.

Mar 25, 2021

Making Connections During COVID-19

Learn more about the Department of Sociology and Anthropology Student Connections program. 

graduate sitting on tree limb

Mar 25, 2021

Celebrating Our Graduating Senior Student Ambassadors

Congratulations to the soon to be alumni of our very first student ambassador team! 

headshot of Carly Richardson

Mar 25, 2021

Making a Difference: Sociology Internship with NCPIRG

Carly Richardson explains how a campaign and speaker series is addressing food insecurity and housing instability on NC State’s campus and in Raleigh. 

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

Mar 25, 2021

Academic Advisor Spotlight: DeAnn Judge

Judge, who has been with NC State for many years, enjoys getting to know her students and watching their interests change over time.