Nov 29, 2011
NC State is a leader in technological innovation, and its creative, committed faculty is the engine that drives that innovation. Meet some of the university's top faculty, The Inventors.
Oct 17, 2011
NC State in Asia
NC State's growing presence in Asia is opening professional, academic and personal opportunities to the university's students, faculty and alumni.
Sep 29, 2011
Chancellor Unveils Faculty Hiring Program
Chancellor Randy Woodson announces a plan to bring top-notch talent to NC State through a $5 million faculty hiring program.
Sep 14, 2011
Obama visits NC State
The NC State community gave President Obama an enthusiastic Wolfpack welcome at Reynolds Coliseum. Obama discussed his proposals for job creation.
Sep 8, 2011
Chancellor on 2011 Budget Reduction
Chancellor Randy Woodson explains how state budget cuts will affect faculty, staff and students at NC State in the coming year.
Sep 7, 2011
How people learn of good or bad news tends to be etched forever in the minds of each individual, and every generation has a touchstone tragic event that transcends most other memories. The assassination of President John Kennedy. The space shuttle Challenger explosion. The terrorist attacks of 9/11. Each of these events links the masses in answering the commonly asked question: "Where were you?"
Aug 18, 2011
As a massive renovation begins at Talley Student Center, meet the longtime university leader for whom the building is named.
Jul 27, 2011
Real Research, Real Results
From eradicating bed bugs to programming bandages, research at NC State produces results with real impact.
Jul 18, 2011
Moving Discoveries to the Marketplace
A vaccine that prevents salmonella, coatings that protect fabrics from ultraviolet rays, bandages that release medication to improve wound healing and better bed bug bait—these four technological breakthroughs are one step closer to becoming reality.
Jul 8, 2011
Chancellor on Budget Reduction
The chancellor says planning and realignment efforts across campus will help NC State weather an $80 million reduction in state funding this year, holding academic cuts to 7 percent.