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NC Native Finds Passion For His Roots — and For Research
Hear from senior history major Andrew Collins on what inspired him to pursue undergraduate research and what he's learned during the process.
Study Examines Student Involvement in Racial Justice Movements
A new study finds that women college students are more active than men in racial justice movements — and that what drives Black students to engage is different from what drives Latino students.
U.K. Students Manage Presidential Campaigns Through NC State Simulation
"Election 2016," an online simulation created by NC State University political scientist Andy Taylor and graduate student Alex Johnson, tasks teams of students from England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to manage a United States presidential candidate's campaign — hopefully to victory in the general election.
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Oct 23, 2016 | News and Observer
Moms More Likely Than Dads to Favor Diversity and Neighborhood Schools
Mothers are more likely than fathers to favor both school diversity and neighborhood schools, according to a new study on gender and school assignment conducted by N.C. State University. The study also found that mothers are more likely to be concerned about challenges, danger and uncertainties of school assignments. And they were more fearful that a school reassignment would negatively affect their child's learning or friendships. Toby Parcel, sociology, and Andy Taylor, political science, featured.
Oct 20, 2016 | Time
Clicking ‘Like' on the First Facebook War
The battle for Mosul, where media outlets have been streaming combat live over the internet, can put anyone deep inside the fog of war in real time. While there have been live video feeds from war zones following attacks in recent years, this seems to be the first major contemporaneous coverage of an unfolding military operation. Daniel Bolger, retired Army three-star general who commanded in Afghanistan and Iraq, and professor of History, featured.
Oct 20, 2016 | Christian Science Monitor
North Carolina Could Be the Most Interesting State This Election
"North Carolina is a microcosm of the divisions in the US electorate, but on steroids: The gap between white voters with and without college degrees is huge, the white to nonwhite gap is huge, and the rural-urban gap is huge." Steven Greene, political science, featured.
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