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Stories From Apr 2010

Apr 26, 2010

Woodson to Visit N.C. Research Campus in Kannapolis

Dr. Randy Woodson, North Carolina State University’s 14th chancellor, will begin a series of visits across the state to meet with North Carolinians, learn more about the university’s role and reach, and reaffirm the university’s […] 

Apr 26, 2010

Ranjithan Honored

Dr. Ranji Ranjithan will receive an award from the Environmental & Water Resources Institute for writing the best research paper of 2009. 

Apr 26, 2010

eGaming For Dollars

Students unveil inventions to make the world a better place, from a system that protects schoolkids to an easier way to learn the guitar. Join us for a tour of eGames 2010. 

Apr 26, 2010

NC State Predicts Active Atlantic Hurricane Season for 2010

Researchers at North Carolina State University believe that hurricane activity will be above normal in the Atlantic basin in 2010. According to Dr. Lian Xie, professor of marine, earth and atmospheric sciences, and collaborators Dr. […] 

Apr 26, 2010

Don’t Thank Your (Un)lucky Stars

This is an election year, and the fact that there was a surge in voting by young people in the last election has been lost on nobody. Conventional wisdom, and some studies, say that celebrities […] 

Apr 26, 2010

Study: Celebrity Endorsements Do Not Help Political Candidates

If you’re running for office – and want to shore up support from young voters – you want Hollywood’s support, right? Wrong. Two new studies from North Carolina State University show that young voters are […] 

Apr 23, 2010

Arumugam Receives NSF Career Award

The National Science Foundation will support Dr. Sankar Arumugam's research on streamflow and water quality forecasts over the next five years. 

Apr 23, 2010

Osborne Joins Editorial Board

Dr. Jason W. Osborne, associate professor in educational psychology, was named to the editorial board for Sage Research Methods Online. 

Apr 23, 2010

Kenan Fellows Program Recognized

The Kenan Fellows Program for curriculum and leadership development won a North Carolina award for supporting science, mathematics and technology education. 

Apr 23, 2010

A Perfect Game

Lindsay Campana, one of the ACC's top pitchers and the ace of the Wolfpack, will spend Monday afternoon helping 20 local children with disabilities experience the joys of playing softball. But unlike other matchups to be played across the conference that day, everyone on NC State's Dail Stadium diamond will truly leave the game a winner.