The Science of Santa
Santa skeptics have long considered St. Nick’s ability to deliver toys to the world’s good girls and boys in the course of one night a scientific impossibility. But new research shows that Santa is able to make his appointed rounds through the pioneering use of cutting-edge science and technology, explains NC State professor Dr. Larry Silverberg.
Shape Shifters: NC State Creates New Breed Of Antennas
Antennas aren’t just for listening to the radio anymore. They’re used in everything from cell phones to GPS devices. Research from North Carolina State University is revolutionizing the field of antenna design – creating shape-shifting antennas that open the door […]
NC State’s Todd Klaenhammer Named AAAS Fellow
Dr. Todd R. Klaenhammer of Raleigh, a North Carolina State University Distinguished University Professor and William Neal Reynolds Distinguished Professor in the Department of Food, Bioprocessing & Nutrition Sciences, the Department of Microbiology and the Department of Genetics, has been […]
Winter Weather Advisory
A winter storm warning has been issued by the National Weather Service for Wake County until noon Wednesday, March 3. North Carolina State University officials are monitoring the situation for how a storm may impact classes and work schedules on […]
NC State To Hold Commencement Ceremonies Dec. 19
North Carolina State University will confer more than 3,000 degrees on graduating students during its fall commencement exercises, beginning at 9 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 19, in the RBC Center in Raleigh. Media coverage is welcomed. During the ceremony, Chancellor James […]
Turning the Tassel
On Saturday, Dec. 19, NC State sent its next group of talented, high-acheiving graduates into the world - students who have created lifelong memories and bonds on our campus while gaining the toolsand education they need to further pursue service, dreams and ambitions. Senior Emma Norton, who addressed her fellow graduates at commencement, spoke to us about what the time she's spent at NC State has meant to her as she prepares to take the next step in life.
A Year of Big Ideas
In 2009, our faculty and staff strove to advance research, education and service in a time of limited resources. But despite the challenges, it was most certainly a productive year on campus, where our community of more than 31,000 students and nearly 8,000 faculty and staff continued to fulfill the promise of this institution through groundbreaking discoveries, lifesaving research and pioneering innovations. As we move forward to 2010, join us in reliving some of NC State’s best ideas and advances from 2009.
Registration Open For NC State’s Encore Spring Semester Courses, Trips
North Carolina State University’s Encore Center for Lifelong Enrichment, which offers a variety of non-credit programs for adults aged 50 and older, has begun registration for its spring 2010 courses, trips and events, which run from Jan. 19 to April […]
Study Shows Health Care Spending Spurs Economic Growth
As the national discussion of health care focuses on costs, a new study from North Carolina State University shows that it might be more accurate to think of health care spending as an investment that can spur economic growth. The […]
STEM Gets Greener
Can building model cars really help create the next generation of electric vehicle designers and engineers? Researchers at North Carolina State University think so. Through a recent grant, they will develop a curriculum that uses real-world applications of renewable energy […]
NC State Receives $1.2 Million for Animal Health
Researchers at North Carolina State University have received grants totaling more than $1.2 million from the Morris Animal Foundation (MAF) to support research aimed at improving the health of dogs, cats, horses and wildlife.
McGahan Named ARVO Fellow
Dr. Christine McGahan, professor of pharmacology and head of the Department of Molecular Biomedical Sciences in the College of Veterinary Medicine, has been approved for the honor of Gold Fellow in the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology fellows class of 2010.
Strnad Honored for Service
The Environmental Educators of North Carolina recently honored Renee Strnad, environmental educator for Extension Forestry, for outstanding service.
Kenan Fellows Program Honored
NC State’s Kenan Fellows Program for Curriculum and Leadership Development University received the Don Bailey College/University Distinguished Service Award from the North Carolina Science Teachers Association.
Burkholder Wins Award
Dr. JoAnn Burkholder, William Neal Reynolds Distinguished Professor and director of the Center for Applied Aquatic Ecology, is the 2009 recipient of the Joint Award for Service to the Environment and Society.