Why does work matter? How do our experiences in work places affect other areas of our lives? Martha Crowley, assistant professor of sociology, focuses her research around such questions. Crowley reflects on her research, on the importance of mentors in her own professional development and in the lives of students, and on why she loves teaching and conducting research at NC State University.
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