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February 10, 2016

7:30 PM - 8:30 PMMurder and Mayhem: Crime Authors Jamie Mason and Art Taylor

Location: Caldwell Hall Lounge

Murder and Mayhem! The Creative Writing Program and the NC State Literary Readings Series present crime authors Jamie Mason (Monday's Lie, Three Graves Full) and NC State alumnus Art Taylor (On the Road with Del and Louise).


February 11, 2016

7:00 PM - 8:30 PMShattered Glass

Location: Talley Student Union, Stewart Theater

NC State alumnus Mohammad Moussa will present "Shattered Glass," a 45-minute performance that fuses poetry, images and videos to remember and honor the lives of Deah Barakat, Yusor Abu-Salha and Razan Abu-Salha. The goal of "Shattered Glass" is to continue the conversation about the tragic loss of "Our Three Winners" and reflect on what it means for our communities. The piece is also a commemoration of the victims and their legacies. Shattered Glass is sponsored by NC State, The Light House Project and the Moise A. Khayrallah Center for Lebanese Diaspora Studies. 


February 12, 2016

12:00 PM - 8:20 PMHost an Event During "Diversity Education Week: Revisited"

Location: campus wide

Register now to host a program that promotes diversity on NC State's campus during "Diversity Education Week: Revisited," which will run from March 14 - 18. All registered student organizations, departments and colleges are encouraged to host events that promote awareness and understanding of our diverse and unique campus climate.


February 16, 2016

7:00 PM - 8:00 PMRead Smart Book Discussion: Brush Back

Location: Cameron Village Regional Library, 1930 Clarke Avenue, Raleigh

To help celebrate Wake County Public Library's The Big Read program of The Maltese Falcon, Dr. Deb Hooker, director, women's and gender studies, and Dr. Mary Wyer, associate professor of psychology at NC State, will lead a discussion of this book in the "noir" tradition, but with a modern twist. Sara Peretsky's hardboiled private eye V.I. Warshawski doesn't let anyone stand in her way of getting to the truth. Free and open to the public. Read Smart is a collaboration between the NCSU Libraries and Cameron Village Regional Library.


February 17, 2016

12:00 PM - 1:00 PMCWSP's Brown Bag Lunch with Dr. Dana Gierdowski

Location: Tompkins Hall, Room 131B

Registration is now open for the Campus Writing and Speaking Program's Brown Bag Lunch Series on the relationship between classroom design and instructor/student communication. In her presentation "Space Matters: The Relationship Between Flexible Classroom Design and Instructor/Student Communication," Dr. Dana Gierdowski will discuss her ethnographic research of the First-Year Writing Program's first "flexible" classroom, which was designed with mobile furniture, mobile whiteboards and multiple LCD screens. To sign up for this event, please visit this link and fill out the registration form:


5:00 PM - 6:30 PMDiversity Lecture: 'Institutional Cultural Change: Leadership and Inclusive Excellence'

Location: Hatteras-Ocracoke Ballroom, Talley Student Union

Dr. Robert Jones, president of the State University of New York at Albany, will deliver the NC State College of Humanities and Social Sciences Diversity Lecture, entitled "Institutional Culture Change: Leadership and Inclusive Excellence." The lecture is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Dr. Juliana Nfah-Abbenyi, assistant dean for diversity for the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, at 919-513-8057 or

February 18, 2016

6:00 PM - 8:00 PMMeet the Humanoid Robot KEN

Location: EBII (sign up to get notification)

The Eastern North Carolina Section of IEEE Humanoid Robot Project team is working on a mission to build a humanoid robot that is indistinguishable from another human. KEN is the first generation robot the team is working on. Made from a mannequin upper body and head, KEN is human-like in appearance. He has the ability to see, hear, speak, and move his neck. He detects faces and learns to recognize the people he meets. Come meet KEN and check out how you can learn and help advance KEN’s vision perception and speech recognition to the next level. We will prepare pizza for first 100 people signed up:


March 2, 2016

7:30 PM - 8:30 PMNC State Literary Readings Series presents Vievee Francis

Location: Thompson Hall, Titmus Theatre

The NC State Literary Readings Series presents a reading of poetry by NC State Writer in Residence Vievee Francis (Horse in the Dark, Blue-Tail Fly). Open to the public.


March 14, 2016

1:00 PM - 1:02 PMMadrid Chamber of Commerce Spanish-Language Certificates Registration

Location: Withers Hall, Room 225

Take an exam to earn a Spanish-language certificate in business, tourism or health services. Register on March 14 from 1-3 p.m., March 15 from noon to 1 p.m. or March 16 from 1-3 p.m. For more information, contact program director Ana E. Gray in the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures at To view sample proficiency questions or register for the exam, visit





March 16, 2016

4:30 PM - 6:30 PM'Tracking Ghosts: Hauntings from a Eugenic Past'

Location: 1911 Building, Room 129

What do morning glory flowers or alien plant and animal species have to do with the histories of gender, race or eugenics? In this talk, Banu Subramaniam will trace the genealogies of ecology and evolutionary biology to demonstrate how ideas of "variation" in biology are connected to ideas of "diversity" and "difference" in the humanities. Exemplifying interdisciplinary work across the humanities and natural and social sciences, this talk explores how histories of gender and race shape contemporary biological theories. Banu Subramaniam is a professor of women, gender, and sexuality studies at the University of Mass-Amherst. Sponsored by the NC State Women's and Gender Studies Program in Interdisciplinary Studies.

March 19, 2016

9:00 AM - 5:00 PMBusiness, Beauty, and Wellbeing for the Black Woman (BBW) 2016 Workshop

Location: Witherspoon Student Center

The Business, Beauty & Well-being workshop is an opportunity to create an environment that will enhance sisterhood at NC State among African American college-aged women. These interactive workshops will foster discussion on how to love ourselves in the face of adversity with influence from powerful African American women on topics such as entrepreneurship, career, finances, self-esteem, appearance, health and more. Be sure to register in order to secure your spot as space is limited. Attire is business casual. If you're interested in sponsoring or donating to our workshop, contact us via email at ‚ÄčTo register visit this link: .





March 24, 2016

4:30 PM - 6:30 PMCelebrate Humanities and Social Sciences Research and Engagement

Location: 2526-102 Hillsborough Street, Raleigh, NC

All college faculty and staff are warmly invited to attend an open house celebrating our Office of Research and Engagement's new location on Hillsborough Street. We'll also take time to highlight some of our outstanding researchers. Come visit our new digs and learn about some of your colleagues' world-class scholarship.


April 1, 2016

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM"An Ethnography of Foodways in Mississippi" Talk

Location: 1911 Building, Room 129

Dr. Joseph C. Ewoodzie, assistant professor of sociology at Davidson College, will present his research entitled, "Getting Something to Eat in Jackson: An Ethnography of Foodways in Mississippi." The talk is sponsored by the Department of Sociology and Anthropology.

April 7, 2016

7:30 PM - 8:30 PMYusef Komunyakaa and 2016 NC State Poetry Contest Award Ceremony

Location: Withers Hall Auditorium

Scholar, professor, and prize-winning post Yusef Kumunyakaa, judge of the 2016 NC State Poetry Contest, will read from his work. Winners of the contest will be announced. Open to the public.


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