Aug 7, 2013
Writing the Book on ‘Big Data’
Computer science professor Nagiza Samatova and her students wanted a better introductory book on a particular approach to data mining. So, they wrote one.
Jul 29, 2013
More Than a Library
The Hunt Library's immersive spaces bring learning to life for NC State students and faculty. See how it's transporting midshipmen, English students and forensic scientists.
Jul 17, 2013
A STEM Leader
NC State is feeding the economy's fastest-growing fields better than any other land-grant university. A recent US News & World Report study NC State produces a higher percentage of science, technology, engineering and math grads than any other land-grant.
Jul 15, 2013
Parker Steps Up as Williams Steps Down
Student Senate president Alex Parker takes the helm of student government's executive branch when NC State's newly elected student body president resigns.
Jul 8, 2013
For farmers, insects can be supportive guests or destructive guests. Recent research from the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences shows why bees thrive or die and offer insights into the spread of a pair of invasive bugs.
Jun 30, 2013
The Future of Science
Global challenges don't confine themselves to tidy academic disciplines. The researchers confronting them need to be nimble. The new College of Sciences was designed to encourage NC State students and faculty in the biological, mathematical, statistical, physical, chemical and earth sciences to work across disciplinary lines.
Jun 10, 2013 | Uncategorized
NC State at the College World Series
The NC State baseball team has been on a whirlwind trip to Omaha for the College World Series. After a 17-inning marathon win closed the super-regional, the Series has brought a nail-biting loss to UCLA and a double-dip with arch-rival UNC.
Jun 7, 2013
A Culture of Innovation
From lab to lecture hall, NC State is an innovation ecosystem.
May 28, 2013
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May 20, 2013
Exploring the Magic of ‘Life After Life’
New York Times bestselling novelist and short fiction writer Jill McCorkle, a professor of English in NC State’s creative writing program, just published “Life After Life,” her first novel in 17 years. “It was a long time coming,” McCorkle told the Bulletin.