You’re More Likely to Fight Misinformation If You Think Others Are Being Duped
The study from NC State communication professor Yang Cheng suggests negative emotions may also play a role in the United States.
Want to Talk About Prenups? Describe Them as Something Else
Prenuptial agreements, or “prenups,” can be difficult to talk about. A recent NC State communication study offers insights into how people can discuss this often taboo subject.
Helping Adults Navigate the Decision to Move Back in With Parents
A recent study from NC State communication professor Lynsey Romo offers insight into how adults can navigate the often awkward experience of moving back home.
Internship Focus: Abbie Vogel
Communication major Abbie Vogel shares how interning with a local nonprofit gave her experience in international relations.
How We’re Studying COVID-19
Andrew Binder, Alice Cheng, Jean Goodwin and Lynsey Romo are studying COVID-19 from multiple perspectives.
Cybersecurity: Alumni Tackle Digital Dilemmas
Communication alumnus Glenn Moraven is bringing unique perspective to high-tech problems.
Ready, Set, Action!
More than a decade after starring in “The Walking Dead,” communication student Addy Miller is finding success on the big (and small) screen.
Want to test your mobile gaming knowledge? Take our quiz designed by communication professor Adriana de Souza e Silva.
Multimedia Journalist Arielle Chambers Amplifies Voices of Female Athletes
NC State communication alumna Arielle Chambers discusses spearheading one of the fastest-growing women’s online sports platforms, being named to Forbes’ 30 under 30 and more in a recent interview.
Applying Oral Communication Skills in Your Career and Everyday Life
Deanna Dannels, associate dean of academic affairs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences and a professor in the Department of Communication, discusses the importance of oral communication skills for NC State students and graduates.