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Jul 10, 2012

Robotics Team Making Waves

The Underwater Robots Club tries to make a splash at this year's RoboSub Competition. 

Jul 2, 2012

Land-Grant Legacy

A hundred and fifty years after the passage of the Morrill Act, NC State remains committed to the land-grant mission: providing world-class agricultural and mechanical education, and supporting the U.S. military. 

Jun 25, 2012

Fast 15

The Fast 15, a group of speedy startups built on research from NC State, is bringing new technologies to the marketplace. 

May 14, 2012

Students Get Giant Screen Test

Although the James B. Hunt Jr. Library is still under construction on  Centennial Campus, it’s already giving students hands-on experience with  the gaming industry’s newest technology. 

May 1, 2012

Students Get Giant Screen Test

Students are already taking advantage of the advanced technology planned for the new Hunt Library. Watch design and computer science students in action. 

Apr 19, 2012

Used Fryer Oil Converted to Fuel

Engineering students are taking used fryer oil from two campus dining facilities and converting it into biodiesel fuel for tractors and other off-road equipment. 

Mar 29, 2012

Matney Receives Education Award

Susan Matney received the 2012 Alvah K. Borman Award, one of the top awards presented by the Cooperative Experiential Education Division (CEED) of the American Society for Engineering Education. 

Mar 22, 2012

Graduate Programs Earn High Marks

TV crews may not be following graduate faculty around campus this week, but their work did attract attention from U.S. News & World Report. Find out which of the graduate programs ranked this year made it into the top 30. 

Feb 28, 2012

Bottomley Wins Transportation Award

Dr. Laura Bottomley, director of the university's Engineering Place outreach program, has been named Woman of the Year by the NC Triangle Chapter of the Women’s Transportation Seminar. 

Feb 23, 2012

Yingling Receives NSF Career Award

Dr. Yaroslava G. Yingling, assistant professor of materials science and engineering, will use a Faculty Early Career Development Award from the National Science Foundation to study DNA-functionalized surfaces.