Do You Read Me?
Engineers have their own way of talking about their work. Computer scientists often speak a different kind of code. Statisticians employ yet another specialized language. Get them all together and it can feel like a veritable Tower of Babel. That's why NC State’s Laboratory for Analytic Sciences invited experts in communication, social science, management and design to join them.
Congratulations to Elizabeth Johnson-Young, PhD!
She successfully defended her dissertation, “‘What to Expect When You’re Expecting’: Communication, Body Image, and Breastfeeding Decisions.” Her committee included Andrew R. Binder (Chair), Kelly Albada, Huiling Ding, Kami Kosenko, and Melissa Johnson.
Congratulations to Keon Pettiway!
He received the 2015 A.M. Witherspoon Graduate Scholarship from the NC State Alumni Association’s Black Alumni Society. For more information about the scholarship, please click here.
Congratulations to the members of our college and CRDM
Members of CHASS and CRDM were recognized at the 2015 Chancellor’s Creating Community Awards! Keon Pettiway recieved the award for Outstanding Student! Elizabeth Nelson was nominated for Outstanding Faculty. Donise Benton was nominated for Outstanding staff. The College of Humanities and Social Sciences recieved the […]
Congratulations to James Kiwanuka-Tondo!
He was awarded the Outstanding Global Engagement award at the Office of International Affairs Global Engagement Exposition!
Congratulations to Jessica Handloff and Geoffrey Luurs!
They presented their multimedia project “The Ambient Sole” at PCA/ACA in New Orleans!
Symposium Tackles Hot Topics in Science, Technology, Human Values
The Buchdahl Symposium on Science, Technology and Human Values covers some hot topics, including nuclear waste, the gamergate controversy and ethics in science and technology. Join the conversation at the free, educational event from 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Friday, April 10, in the Hunt Library auditorium.
Congratulations to Johanne Laboy and Sarah Evans!
Congratulations to Johanne Laboy (1st place) and Sarah Evans (3rd place) for being winners of the Tenth Annual Graduate Research Symposium! This is the first time two CRDM students won in the Humanities category. To see their winning posters and […]
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2015: 6th CRDM Research Symposium
Epistemology and Power Organized by: Jeremy Packer Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/1045120322182682/