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NC State's MSW Program Ranked 16th in Affordability
An article in the online resource Social Work Degree Guide lists NC State University as number 16 among the most affordable MSW programs in the United States. [...]
Dr. Silvia Cu Visits, Discusses "Hambre Cero" Program in Guatemala
Last Month, the Global Health Initiative, Study Abroad and the Department of Social Work co-hosted a presentation by Dr. Silvia Cu. [...]
Social Work Professor Linda Williams Honored for Undergraduate Advising
Last Month, Professor Linda Williams, Director of the Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) program, received the College of Humanities and Social Sciences Faculty Adviser Award for her outstanding undergraduate advising [...]
A World Where All People Matter: Future Trends in Practice with Older Adults
Social Workers, Educators, Human Services Professionals and Community Members are invited to attend our annual Spring Symposium on March 26, 2014. As the United States is experiencing growth in the number of older adults in our society, so too are we in North Carolina. [...]

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Seven Tenure-Track Scholars Join Faculty

NC State's College of Humanities and Social Sciences welcomes seven new tenure-track faculty to its ranks this fall. Their research interests range from international security to digital humanities to obesity and stigma. Meet these stellar scholars, researchers and teachers.

Huntington's Disease: a degenerative genetic disorder which affects the brain and muscle coordination and later leads to psychiatric problems such as depression, psychosis and apathy. Named after Dr. George Huntington in 1872, Huntington's Disease (HD) is now recognized as being one of the more common genetic disorders. In fact, more than a quarter of a millionĀ  Americans are at risk [...]