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Jun 1, 2011

Equity for Women Winners Honored

The Council on the Status of Women honored an administrator and student for their efforts to establish equity for women at NC State. 

May 2, 2011

Hobbs, Sills Win Global Awards

Dr. Heidi Hobbs and Dr. Erin Sills won NC State‚Äôs inaugural Outstanding Global Achievement Awards for international research and scholarship. 

Apr 25, 2011

Wimberley Honored for Contributions

Dr. Ron Wimberley, professor of sociology, has won national recognition for wide-ranging contributions, including his efforts to end rural poverty in the 11-state Black Belt South and create screening standards for child care workers and adoptive parents. 

Apr 21, 2011

Acclaimed Photographer Mourned

The death of war photographer Chris Hondros, an NC State alumnus, has drawn international media coverage. 

Apr 6, 2011

Coastal Dialect Fades

Linguistics expert Walt Wolfram can hear a shift taking place in the Outer Banks. 

Mar 14, 2011

Scearce to Conduct in Connecticut

Composer J. Mark Scearce, director of the music department, will visit the University of Connecticut this week to conduct performances of his commissioned work for cello and orchestra. 

Mar 11, 2011

Coe Wins Public Administration Award

Dr. Charles Coe, professor of public administration, has won a national award for faculty excellence in teaching, research and service to the wider community. 

Mar 2, 2011

New World Order

Caldwell Fellow Alex Martin is leading a team of students in a volunteer effort to bring 21st century marketing tools to entrepreneurs in the developing world. See the future of fair trade. 

Mar 1, 2011

Hutcheson Honored for Documentary Films

Video producer Neal Hutcheson has been awarded the 2011 Brown Hudson Award from the North Carolina Folklore Society. He was honored for extensive documentary work on traditional culture in North Carolina. 

Feb 23, 2011

B-E-E there: Spellers Compete on Campus

Remember how your knees knocked as you stood in front of your whole class, trying to spell "angst" or "erudite" ? Come cheer on the next generation of logophiles (word lovers) this Saturday when the Wake County Spelling Bee comes to campus.