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Jun 5, 2014

Soldiers on Campus to Study Arabic

NC State's Language Training Center hosts a group of military students this week for training in Arabic language and culture. The innovative program is funded by the Department of Defense. 

Sep 4, 2013

Attend Military Appreciation Day

Support the troops at Military Appreciation Day by donating items to send to military personnel stationed overseas. Saturday's game against Richmond begins at 6 p.m. at Carter-Finley. 

Jun 6, 2013

How to Keep Fresh Fruits and Veggies From Going AWOL

Keeping fruits and vegetables fresh while shipping them halfway around the planet presents logistical challenges that even the U.S. military can’t solve. Now NC State is working with the Army to infuse protein powders and […] 

Nov 11, 2011

NC State Honored for Guard, Reserve Support

Along with the iconic Belltower, a memorial to War War I soldiers, and a track record of producing generals, NC State is known for helping employees serve in the Guard and Reserve. 

Sep 14, 2011

Steer Among South’s Most Creative Teachers

Electrical engineer Michael Steer has been recognized in Oxford American magazine for his work in detecting cell phone triggers for roadside bombs. 

Aug 10, 2011

Mitchell’s Retirement Reception Aug. 31

A retirement reception for Dr. Tony L. Mitchell, assistant dean for engineering student services, will be held Wednesday, Aug. 31. Here's how to RSVP. 

Jul 7, 2011

Coastal Healing

A walk on Bald Head Island inspired adjunct professor Keith Earnshaw to find a way to provide beach vacations for wounded soldiers and their families.  

Feb 2, 2011

Staying Out of Trouble

The official name is regulatory compliance, but a simpler explanation for it might be keeping you out of trouble. Here's a handy resource for your questions about working with military sponsors, avoiding conflicts of interest and carrying out research involving human subjects or animals. 

Jan 27, 2011

Assignment: Afghanistan

Veterinary professor Jim Floyd is on a mission to help build stability in Afghanistan, starting with healthy animals.