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College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Aisha Mahmood in Amman, Jordan

Dec 5, 2022

One Place, Three Perspectives

Aisha Mahmood, a Park Scholar majoring in genetics and international studies, is one of three members of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences to have recently visited Amman, Jordan. She did so by receiving a grant to participate in a Counseling and Humanitarian Action study-abroad program. 

Brock Derrow

Nov 28, 2022

Howling Success: Brock Derrow

The fall 2022 graduate and recipient of the Daniel C. Gunter Jr. Scholarship has championed accessibility on NC State’s campus through her leadership of the Wolfpack Pick Up Program. 

A man standing on the beach looking out at the ocean

Nov 21, 2022

Quiz: Voices of North Carolina (Part 2)

Test your knowledge and explore dialect change across the state via this quiz created by NC State linguists Walt Wolfram, the William C. Friday Distinguished University Professor, and Brody McCurdy, a 2022 graduate of NC State’s M.A. in English (linguistics concentration). 

Jeanine Ikekhua, left, at the WUNC radio station. Photos courtesy of Jeanine Ikekhua.

Oct 25, 2022

Student Intern Takes to the Airwaves

Park Scholar Jeanine Ikekhua loves interviewing people and telling stories. So, when the junior double majoring in communication and international studies learned about an internship opportunity at WUNC, she jumped at the chance. 

Incoming class of 2022 welcome event

Oct 11, 2022

Meet the Incoming Class for 2022

Meet five students from 2022’s incoming class, all of whom are finding connections in the various communities that comprise NC State. Donor support enhances the programs, scholarships and initiatives that help our students thrive. 

Art and Mary Bethel in the Howling Cow Creamery

Aug 22, 2022

Still Part of the Pack

For Art and Mary Bethel, giving back to NC State has been an invaluable way to stay connected with their alma mater — for 50 consecutive years! 

People walking on Caldwell Patio

Jul 19, 2022

Seven Incoming Humanities and Social Sciences Students Named Park Scholars

Seven incoming College of Humanities and Social Sciences students are among the 42 rising freshmen the Park Scholarships program named to its class of 2026 scholars. 

The Memorial Belltower podcast logo.

Jun 28, 2022

Podcast: Distinguished Professorships With Walt Wolfram

On the Season 1 finale of the NC State Philanthropy Podcast, we’re joined by sociolinguist and William C. Friday Distinguished Professor Walt Wolfram to hear how private support has benefited his work on campus and beyond. 

Starr Gibens doing the wolfie in a graduation cap.

May 17, 2022

Rising Starr

Starr Gibens is an expert at putting thought into action. The first-generation college graduate came to NC State with a list of what she wanted to accomplish, and she has done so much more as a leader, community member, scholarship recipient and advocate for her fellow students. 

Lara Rabinowitz in her graduation cap and gown in front of the Memorial Belltower at Henry Square.

May 10, 2022

Weaving a Bright Future

Private support enabled Lara Rabinowitz ’22 to study on campus and abroad during her time at NC State, all while combining seemingly different majors in seamless ways. Now, as one of the university’s most recent graduates, she’s taking her (very) unique skillset out West for an exciting new career opportunity.