This fall, orange barrels, construction barriers and heavy equipment are delaying traffic on historic Hillsborough Street from the base of the Belltower to the D.H. Hill Library. When the dust settles on the $9.2 million city of Raleigh project in September 2010, project designers hope that traffic on Hillsborough will still be slower – although more free flowing – and safer for pedestrians and drivers alike, following the installation of two new roundabouts.
NC State Hosts Panel Discussion on Racial Profiling
North Carolina State University will host a panel discussion on racial profiling Tuesday, Sept. 1, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the Washington Sankofa Room of the Witherspoon Student Center on NC State’s main campus. Panelists will include professors from […]
NC State Seeks Nominations For Watauga Medal
North Carolina State University is seeking nominations for the Watauga Medal, the highest non-academic honor awarded by the university. The Watauga Medal, authorized by the NC State University Board of Trustees in 1975, is awarded annually to no more than […]
Surplus Dorm Furniture Donated
More than 5,400 pieces of used dorm furniture found new homes with local shelters and nonprofits this summer instead of being sent to the landfill.
Pomeroy Wins Green Award
Stephanie Pomeroy, pharmacy technician in Student Health Services, received a GreenTree Initiative Award from the University Sustainability Office.
Researcher Earns NSF Career Award
Dr. Jie Yu, a Sea Grant researcher whose work has focused on the formation of deadly rip currents, won a prestigious Career Award from the National Science Foundation.
Scearce Wins Sackler Prize
Dr. J. Mark Scearce, director of the music department, has been named the recipient of the eighth Raymond and Beverly Sackler Music Composition Prize.
Choosing a Chancellor
A laundry list of ideal qualities for NC State’s next chancellor emerged yesterday during the search committee’s open forums on campus.
What a Deal!
Both the Princeton Review and U.S. News & World Report ranked NC State as one of the best values in higher education.
This fall, orange barrels, construction barriers and heavy equipment are delaying traffic on historic Hillsborough Street from the base of the Belltower to the D.H. Hill Library.