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Stories From Aug 2011

Aug 31, 2011

SBP August 31 : Guest tickets

Guest tickets are available for the NC State vs Liberty Game 

Aug 31, 2011

Leapin’ Lizards

If you live in the southeastern U.S., you see these little guys (and gals) everywhere – the ubiquitous green or brown Anole lizard known scientifically as Anolis carolinensis. But aside from being cute and able […] 

Aug 31, 2011

Leapin’ Lizards

If you live in the southeastern U.S., you see these little guys (and gals) everywhere – the ubiquitous green or brown Anole lizard known scientifically as Anolis carolinensis. But aside from being cute and able […] 

Aug 31, 2011

Hughes Retirement Reception Sept. 16

A retirement reception for Ben H. Hughes, executive director of development for the College of Engineering, will be held Friday, Sept. 16. Here's how to RSVP. 

Aug 31, 2011

Making Refactoring Tools More Attractive For Programmers

Researchers have come up with a new way to give programmers access to refactoring tools, hopefully making the process more intuitive and making it more likely that programmers will use the tools. Refactoring is when […] 

Aug 30, 2011

SBP August 30: Transportation Updates

Do you know about all the ways to get around campus? 

Aug 30, 2011

Apply to Equal Opportunity Institute

NC State's 2011-12 Equal Opportunity Institute is accepting applications through Thursday, Sept. 15. The yearlong professional development program is free to faculty, staff and students. 

Aug 30, 2011

Time Machine: See and Hear John Donne Preach (Sort Of)

While the time machine has not yet been invented to transport us back to 17th century England, a researcher named John Wall is attempting to use modern technology to do the next best thing – […] 

Aug 29, 2011

U.S. News Rankings Criticized

Higher education authors Andrew Hacker and Claudia Dreifus warned parents about problems with the U.S. News rankings of "best colleges." 

Aug 29, 2011

Making Research An Open Book

How one NC State professor saw an aspect of literacy education being neglected, and decided to do something about it.