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Mar 27, 2014

5 Questions With Lev Grossman

Best-selling author Lev Grossman talks about trends in literature, his day job as a critic and the connection between magic and religion. Read the exclusive Bulletin interview and make plans to attend the upcoming N.C. Literary Festival. 

Mar 27, 2014

Film Engages Men to End Sexual Violence

A documentary by a team of NC State filmmakers challenges men and boys to bring an end to rape culture. Don't miss the upcoming screening of "My Masculinity Helps." 

Mar 27, 2014

Seminar on MOOCs, OOCs

DELTA hosts a seminar that will explore the role open online courses should play in the future of teaching and learning at NC State. 

Mar 26, 2014

Lange to Deliver Symposium Keynote

Duke University Provost Peter Lange headlines a symposium in the Hunt Library on the rewards and challenges of interdisciplinary collaboration. 

Mar 26, 2014

Jenkins Adds Big Data Certificate

The Jenkins MBA program will offer a graduate certificate in decision analytics beginning this fall. 

Mar 26, 2014

Hunt Named Top Research Library

The Hunt Library is named the world's most innovative research library by an international panel of judges. Find out why they praised the high-powered facility as a model for other institutions. 

Mar 26, 2014

OIT Warns of Threats to Paychecks

Thieves use sophisticated phishing techniques online to try to reroute the direct deposits of employee paychecks. The Office of Information Technology explains how you can protect yourself. 

Mar 26, 2014

Nobel-Winning Physicist to Speak

Nobel Prize-winning astrophysicist John Mather will deliver the physics department's 2014 L.H. Thomas Lecture on April 10. 

Mar 26, 2014

NC State Hits Pay Dirt With New Mulch

NC State introduces a new type of mulch blended from campus landscape debris and wood chips donated by a local tree company. Learn how innovative thinking and collaboration are paying off. 

Mar 25, 2014

Lobo’s Hope

It's not every day that a veterinarian runs into an animal like Lobo, a binturong. The tree-dwelling carnivore is native to Southeast Asia, but NC State veterinary medicine students learn to treat him and other wild animals by joining the carnivore team.