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We are grateful for your support and involvement. You are key to making our college a place where students learn and question and create; where faculty discover and share a wealth of knowledge; and where we all work together to address local and global challenges and to foster economic, societal and intellectual prosperity. Our future is bright because of you.
Your Gifts Matter
Honoring Scholarship Donors Who Make a Difference
Each year, Humanities and Social Sciences awards dozens of scholarships that help our students Think and Do. The college recently honored those top scholars and the donors who make their awards possible at its annual scholarship luncheon.
Opening the door for underrepresented students to study abroad
The college is launching a pilot program aimed at encouraging students from underrepresented groups to study abroad. Through information sessions and Travel Scholar grants, the college hopes to show students how study abroad can augment their education and expose any misconceptions that may be holding them back.
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences received the largest single gift in its history in 2014.Read More
Alumni and Friends Feature More Alumni News
Therese Fowler Named 2017 Distinguished Alumna
Novelist Therese Fowler (MFA '05) has earned the top award for alumni of NC State's College of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Forging a Path to Follow
Drawing from her own past, alumna Sharita Whitaker (B.A. Communication, summa cum laude 2007) works to open doors for minorities in North Carolina's legal community. She also chairs the NC Bar Association's Minorities in the Profession Committee, through which she's introducing African American, Latino, Asian and other minority students to the legal profession and showing them how they can make a difference.