NC State Wins Sustainable Business Award
NC State won the Smith Seal of North Carolina Sustainable Business Award for environmentally conscious practices.
Steelman Writes Resource Policy Book
Dr. Toddi A. Steelman’s latest book focuses on the difficulty of making lasting innovations in the way natural resources are managed.
The sound of the word Cytauxzoonosis (pronounced Sight-Oh-zO-un-Osis) is not the only atrocious thing about it, as more North Carolina cat owners are discovering. That’s because this tick-borne illness, if untreated, can be fatal to cats. Cytauxzoonosis is related to […]
NC State Designated ‘Center of Excellence for Watershed Management’ By EPA
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) designated North Carolina State University a Center of Excellence for Watershed Management, making it the first such center in North Carolina. The designation will allow NC State, through its Water Resources Research Institute (WRRI), […]
Incidence of Tick-Borne Illness Fatal to Cats Increasing in N.C.
Veterinarians at North Carolina State University have seen a recent increase in cases of a tick-transmitted infectious disease that, without proper treatment, can be fatal to cats. The disease, Cytauxzoonosis (pronounced sight-O-zO-un-Osis), is related to malaria and is caused by […]
A “Glide-By” Education
Want to really get to know NC State? Tour our campus via Segway, on the only tour of its kind offered at any N.C.-based university. You'll have the opportunity to explore every nook and cranny of NC State's main campus while a tour guide shares stories and details that would enlighten even the most red-blooded Wolfpack fan.
It’s summertime, and the parking is getting easier. Starting today, all student resident and commuter areas are fair game for faculty and staff with parking passes.
Walk of the Immigrants
This summer Caldwell Fellow Saul Flores will walk and hitchhike from Ecuador to his home in Charlotte, a journey of more than 4,000 miles. He's making the trek to raise money for an impoverished school in Mexico and to raise awareness of the struggles of people in the region.
Can an apple a day keep malaria at bay? Well, maybe not an apple specifically, but other plants? Definitely. Dr. Mary Ann Lila studies so-called “pharmaceutical plants” that are full of chemical compounds that can stave off human disease, promote […]
Lending a Hand
For the past year, a group of students has worked to create prototypes of products designed specifically for people with disabilities. They unveiled their products, including a more comfortable wheelchair and a new shoe-tying system, at an event last week.