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Sep 7, 2010

This Red House

Construction is in full swing on a new chancellor’s residence on Centennial Campus. Located near the Park Alumni Center, the new house will be home to Wolfpack gatherings for years to come. 

Aug 30, 2010

ShoeManity

For six NC State students, including sophomore environmental design in architecture major and Park Scholar Brian Gaudio, the opportunity to help collect and redistribute shoes to needy schoolchildren in the Dominican Republic has sparked a plan to build upon their experiences here at NC State as well as beyond the borders of our campus. 

Aug 23, 2010

Forbes Highlights Product Innovation Lab

Forbes.com selected NC State’s Product Innovation Lab as one of its 10 most innovative business school courses. 

Aug 16, 2010

Young Inventors Cause a Stir

Young inventors got an inside look at the industrial design process this summer. Can a hover-craft be far behind? 

Aug 11, 2010

Architectural Translation? Oui.

J. Patrick Rand’s book, “Architectural Detailing,” has been translated into French, thanks to a publisher in Montreal. 

Aug 11, 2010

Motley Retires After 38 Years

Marva Motley, a friendly advocate for design and veterinary students, retired this month after 38 years at NC State. 

Aug 11, 2010

The Kid From Atencingo

On his 4,558-mile journey across Latin America, NC State student Saul Flores is raising funds and bringing hope to children in an impoverished community. Learn how he's changing the world, one step at a time. 

Aug 10, 2010

This Old Hut

Students braved the heat this summer in an enclosure behind Brooks Hall, designing and building stylish and sustainable huts for workers at three Wake County recycling centers. 

Aug 3, 2010

Grassroots Education

Landscape architecture students worked all summer to transform the "squishy nasty" grounds behind Syme Hall into a functioning rain garden. See how they did it. 

Aug 2, 2010

Schaffer Featured in Documentary

Dr. Kristen Schaffer, associate professor of architecture, will appear in the PBS documentary “Make No Little Plans: Daniel Burnham and the American City.”