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Stories From Mar 2009

Mar 27, 2009

NC State Announces Caldwell Fellows Class of 2012

The Caldwell Fellows program – North Carolina State University’s oldest university-wide merit scholarship program – has selected 21 first-year students for its Class of 2012. Click here to read more about these students, who join […] 

Mar 26, 2009

Duckett Named a ‘Mover and Shaker’

Kim Duckett, principal librarian for Digital Technologies and Learning at NCSU Libraries, has been named by Library Journal as a 2009 “Mover and Shaker.” 

Mar 26, 2009

Conference Honors NC State

The Cary Senior Center and NC State were honored at the American Society of Aging/National Council on Aging conference. 

Mar 26, 2009

Four Appointed to Board

Lawrence Davenport and Burley Mitchell have been reappointed to four-year terms on the NC State Board of Trustees. Benjamin Jenkins and Dr. James Owens have been appointed to their first terms on the board. 

Mar 26, 2009

New Spectrometer

NC State unveiled a time of flight secondary ion mass spectrometer at the Analytical Instrumentation Facility on Centennial Campus last week. 

Mar 26, 2009

Boots on the Ground

Student Holly Danford interns with a state legislator through the North Carolina Legislative Internship program. 

Mar 26, 2009

Tap Into Stimulus Dollars

The recession isn't all bad news. A new campus Web site helps researchers tap into federal stimulus dollars. 

Mar 24, 2009

NC State Holds 8th Annual “Art to Wear” Fashion Show

What: Fifteen students from North Carolina State University will present their original designs during the 2009 Collection: “Art to Wear” fashion show. Who: The event is sponsored by NC State’s College of Design and College […] 

Mar 23, 2009

Registration Open for NC State’s Encore Center Summer Courses, Trips

North Carolina State University’s Encore Center for Lifelong Enrichment – which offers a variety of non-credit educational programs for adults aged 50 and older – has begun registration for its summer 2009 courses and trips, […] 

Mar 23, 2009

New Inhaler System Could Be Breakthrough for Disease Treatment

Two North Carolina State University engineers have developed a new inhaler system that could improve treatments for a host of diseases by targeting drugs onto diseased tissue without affecting healthy areas of the throat and […]