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Aug 27, 2014

Emerging Design: Derek Keller’s unique line plays up classic, manly style

NC State’s Derek Keller is assistant director of two master’s programs at NC State during the day and entrepreneur at night. Derek Keller, business administration, featured. 

Aug 27, 2014

Triangle unemployment rate climbs to 5.3 percent

The Triangle’s unemployment rate rose last month even though the region enjoyed strong job growth. Michael Walden, agricultural and resource economics, featured. 

Aug 28, 2014

Triangle unemployment rate climbs to 5.3 percent

According to NC State economist, the 5,500 jobs that the Triangle added in July, after seasonal adjustments, was more telling than the rising unemployment rate. Michael Walden, agricultural and resource economics, featured. 

Aug 26, 2014

NCSU’s Gregg Museum still needs money for expansion project

The Gregg Museum of Art & Design project will add 16,000 square feet of gallery space to the historic chancellor’s residence on Hillsborough Street. Christina Menges, arts development, featured 

Aug 27, 2014

North Carolina Communities Must ‘Adapt’ to Changing Technology, Expert Warns

Director of NC State’s Institute for Emerging Issues explains how North Carolina’s lack of skilled workers will negatively affect the state’s economy while traditional manufacturing jobs disappear. Anita Brown-Graham, Institute for Emerging Issues, featured. 

Aug 27, 2014

Museum specimens, modern cities show how an insect pest will respond to climate change

NC State researchers have found that century-old museum specimens hold clues to how global climate change will affect a common insect pest that can weaken and kill trees – and the news is not good. Elsa […] 

Aug 28, 2014

Hey, You’ve Got Mites Living On Your Face. And I Do, Too

Researchers found that every adult in a small American sample had mites on their faces—something that was long suspected but never confirmed. Megan Thoemmes, biology, featured.  

Aug 28, 2014

Hey, You’ve Got Mites Living On Your Face. And I Do, Too

Researchers found that every adult in a small American sample had mites on their faces—something that was long suspected but never confirmed. Megan Thoemmes, biology, featured.  

Aug 28, 2014

Hey, You’ve Got Mites Living On Your Face. And I Do, Too

Researchers found that every adult in a small American sample had mites on their faces—something that was long suspected but never confirmed. Megan Thoemmes, biology, featured.  

Aug 27, 2014

Twitter helps Chicago find sources of food poisoning

Health officials reached out to Twitter users once they saw an uptick in local food poisonings. Ben Chapman, youth, family, and community sciences, featured.