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Jul 1, 2013

Opening Day for New College

Researchers have to be as flexible as the problems they aim to solve. At NC State, the launch of a new college allows the researchers of today and tomorrow to do just that. 

May 8, 2013

Renaissance Woman

Army veteran, parachutist, beagle enthusiast: Khalida Hendricks has an eclectic group of past titles. As of Saturday, she can add "NC State graduate" to the list. 

Apr 11, 2013

In Memoriam: John Risley

Longtime physics Professor John S. Risley, 71, passed away at home on April 5 after battling a rare and aggressive form of cancer for six months. 

Mar 11, 2013

Chemistry Lab Safety Best in Nation

Laboratory safety in the chemistry department has been recognized as the best in the nation among undergraduate programs by the American Chemical Society. 

Feb 22, 2013

Not Your Average Statistician

Media coverage of the big data revolution has lots of people talking about statistics. Leading the discussion is NC State's Marie Davidian, who speaks softly but reaches a big audience. 

Feb 11, 2013

Free Workshop for Women in STEM

Female faculty and postdocs in the STEM disciplines are invited to a free seminar on negotiation and conflict resolution. 

Jan 23, 2013

Cross Trainers

In the future, biologists and mathematicians will work together to model disease growth. In the present, NC State students are already doing it. 

Jan 4, 2013

ORIED Taps Two for Top Posts

Two accomplished Ph.D.s have been tapped by the Office of Research, Innovation and Economic Development to further the university's efforts to move research from the lab to the marketplace. 

Dec 11, 2012

Krim to Lead PAMS Research Initiatives

Jacqueline Krim has been named associate dean for research in the College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences. 

Nov 29, 2012

Move On, MRSA

MRSA, a drug-resistant bacteria, wreaks havoc in hospitals and on battlefields. An NC State researcher is helping antibiotics fight back.