Stories From 2007

Nov 7, 2007

Faculty and Staff Notes

News briefs for the week of Nov. 7, 2007.

Nov 7, 2007

Human Rights Day Events

A photo exhibit of portraits of human rights defenders will open at the African American Cultural Center in Witherspoon Center on Monday, Nov. 12.

Nov 7, 2007  |  Faculty and Staff

Employees Earn Top State Honors

NC State's Ann Turner and Kay Yow have been recognized by the State of North Carolina as two of the top employees of the year.

Nov 7, 2007  |  Faculty and Staff

Passings

Remembering the lives and accomplishments of departed colleagues and friends. They made NC State a better place.

Nov 7, 2007  |  Campus Life

Former Southwest Airlines CEO Headlines Shelton Forum

Former Southwest Airlines CEO Howard Putnam will give the keynote address at the Shelton Leadership Forum.

Nov 7, 2007  |  Campus Life

Faculty Senate Talks Energy

Senators discussed the challenges and opportunities of NC State's Year of Energy.

Nov 7, 2007

Food for Thought

Kenya native Esther Ngumbi brings a message of empowerment to NC State next week when she challenges us to fight to end hunger.

Nov 7, 2007  |  Campus Life

First Cut Isn’t the Deepest

Thanks to two enterprising employees in the Materials Lab, insurance actuaries all over Raleigh are sleeping better tonight.

Nov 7, 2007  |  Faculty and Staff

The Long Run

Peggy Nipper looks back on 50 years at NC State.

Oct 31, 2007  |  Faculty and Staff

Faculty and Staff Notes

News briefs for the week of Oct. 31, 2007.

Oct 31, 2007  |  Campus Life

Blog Like a Pro

Tired of feeling like a techno-nobody when your 6-year-old niece starts talking about her blog? Thanks to NC State, those days are over.

Oct 31, 2007  |  Faculty and Staff

It’s All Good News at Staff Forum

University employees discussed plans to improve campus safety and enhance nearby Hillsborough Street at the staff senate's 2007 Open Forum Oct. 11.

Oct 31, 2007  |  Campus Life

Emergency System Adds Sirens, Text Messaging

The university will install an early warning system capable of siren and voice alerts across the campus.

Oct 31, 2007  |  Campus Life

Almost Famous

Friday Institute employees take first place in VMware’s video contest.

Sep 10, 2007

Going Mainstream

Visit Chatham County builder Will Johnson on a tour of a beautiful home he built that features the principles of universal design.