Carrie Bekerman

Jun 9, 2011

National Women’s Conference at NC State: “Unite for Peace”

Join the U.S. National Committee for UN Women at the 2011 National Conference “UNITE for PEACE – in our home, in our community, and in our world.” The conference builds collaborations to end violence against women – locally and globally. […]

Apr 11, 2011

Teach English to Speakers of Other Languages: New Certificate Program

Are you interested in: Teaching English abroad? Working in an immigrant community? Gaining hands-on, real-world experience overseas? If you answered YES to any of these questions, NC State’s new TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) Certificate Program may […]

Mar 28, 2011

Four CHASS Grad Students Win Awards at Research Symposium

On March 21, the NC State University Graduate Student Association held its Sixth Annual Graduate Student Research Symposium. Over 150 graduate students, nominated by their departments’ respective Director of Graduate Programs, gathered in the McKimmon Center to showcase the outstanding […]

Mar 15, 2011

Found in translation: student reflects on why he studies the Middle East

Evan Garris (Political Science 2011) says he was overcome with emotion recently while watching television reports of the jubilant crowds celebrating Hosni Mubarak’s resignation in Cairo’s Tahrir Square. The Smithfield, NC, native described his reaction to his Arabic teacher in […]

Feb 23, 2011

Katie Starr: CHASS Student to Present at UN Conference

Katie Starr (International Studies and French, ’11), is speaking today (Feb. 23) at the 55th annual United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) in New York. Last Fall, Starr was one of four students to receive a fellowship […]