Scotty McCreery on how he is treated at NC State
NC State Student and 2010 American Idol winner discusses being a student at NC State in the Feb. 9 article appearing in Taste of Country.
Did you know what PCOM is?
PCOM is NC State’s Graduate Certificate in Professional Communication and Managerial Skills (PCOM). This program offers a set of courses that will enhance your understanding of management and communication principles. This knowledge will allow you to transfer your achievements in […]
Student to become CHASS Dean for the Day
Tiffany Johnson, a senior double majoring in Communication (Media) and Political Science (Law and Justice), was selected to serve as CHASS Dean for the Day on Wednesday, Feb. 12. In her application for the role, she wrote about gaining “the […]
NC State Students Bring Nonprofit’s Work to Life
Two Communication students volunteered their skills and talents to a local nonprofit. Zach Swann and Cameron McCarty have created a video to help PLM Families Together tell the story of moving families from homelessness to places of stability and hope.
4th Annual Student Short Film Showcase
Back by popular demand — the 4th annual Student Short Film Showcase! Experience the talent of NC State students as they screen their best short films. Ranging from computer animation to experimental pieces, all films are under four minutes long. […]
A Coastal Conversation: North Carolina’s Rising Sea Level Problem
North Carolina State University will host “A Coastal Conversation: North Carolina’s Rising Sea Problem” 7 p.m. on Wednesday, February 5 at the Hunt Library Auditorium on Centennial Campus. The event will feature the new documentary film, Shored Up, followed by […]
Dr. Matt May to speak
Dr. Matthew S. May has recently been competitively selected as a Distinguished Speaker for the Ubuntu: I am, because you are speaker series in Harrelson Hall, Room 107 at 5 p.m., Wednesday, February 5. Dr. May will speak on how […]
Winter Break Journey to Africa
While many students and faculty choose to rest and spend time with family during break, four faculty, four students and one community friend chose to participate in the AACC Pearl of Africa Uganda Winter Program. The NC State group, led by Dr. James Kiwanuka-Tondo, Associate Professor of Communication and Dr. Sheila Smith McKoy, Associate Professor of English and Director of African American Cultural Center as well as Africana Studies...
Dr. Ryan Hurley
People need and want recent information about cancer in order to make decisions about how they might manage their personal prevention, detection, treatment, survivorship, and end-of-life efforts. To get that information, they often turn to the news. But problems can arise when the information people get from the news doesn’t reflect the real world – and new research suggests that people’s beliefs about cancer are tainted as a result.
Dr. Freddi Hamilton Cobb Delivers COM December Graduate Student Commencement Address
Fredessa (Freddi) Hamilton Cobb, who earned her Ph.D. in Communication, Rhetoric and Digital Media, was selected to deliver the graduate student speech at the Department of Communication's December commencement.