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Apr 17, 2014

MBA Team Best in Branding

Innovative educational programs give students in the Jenkins Graduate School a big advantage over the competition as they tackle the task of rebranding the state of North Carolina. Find out how they edged out 100 other teams to grab the top prize. 

Apr 17, 2014

New Pricing for Tech Training

The recently renamed Technology Training Solutions, formerly known as the Computer Training Unit, also has a new class pricing structure for NC State employees. 

Apr 17, 2014

Brickyard Book Sale April 21-25

You can't make literary allusions if you don't read a lot of literature. Let us go then, you and I, to the Friends of the Library book sale on the Brickyard. It promises to be the best of times. Or something. 

Apr 17, 2014

10 Named to Athletic Hall of Fame

The newest 10-member class of the three-year-old NC State Athletic Hall of Fame brings the total number of inductees to 30, representing 10 varsity sports. 

Apr 16, 2014

Earth Fair 2014

NC State celebrated an epic, Earth-focused fair on April 9 on the Brickyard. 

Apr 16, 2014

Student Named Innovation Fellow

Natalia von Windheim, a materials science and engineering major, has been named a University Innovation Fellow. 

Apr 13, 2014 | Campus Life

Athletics Honors Top Performers

Women's basketball player Kody Burke took home three major awards, including the H.C. Kennett Award as the school's top female athlete, Monday night at the annual Wolfie Awards banquet. Baseball pitcher Carlos Rodon won the top male athlete award for his performance during the 2013 season. 

Apr 10, 2014

Watch for Staff Survey

Next week staff members have the opportunity to participate in the university‚Äôs staff well-being survey. Watch for an email with a link to the survey website. 

Apr 10, 2014

Big-Screen Project Eyes Conflicts

Students in Marsha Gordon's war documentaries class take advantage of the Hunt Library's giant displays to present a multimedia project on America's military conflicts. 

Apr 10, 2014

Budget Reversion Brings Belt Tightening

NC State faces a one-time budget reduction due to a drop in state appropriated funds. Gov. McCrory says overruns in Medicaid spending and uncertain revenues drive the budget reversion.