Dispatches From The North Pole: How Santa Gets Around
Editor’s Note: This is the third in a series of occasional dispatches from Dr. Larry Silverberg, a researcher at NC State who is leading a visiting scholars program at Santa’s Workshop-North Pole Labs (NPL). Dr. Silverberg is an expert in […]
Advising Program for Athletes Earns Certification
NC State’s Academic Support Program for Student-Athletes has earned national certification following a self-study and outside review.
Engineering Hall of Fame Inducts Baliga
Dr. B. Jayant Baliga has been inducted into the 2010 class of the Electronic Design Engineering Hall of Fame.
The Real Law and Order
On Dec. 7, some of the nation’s top forensics experts participated in the 3rd annual NC State Forensic Science Symposium. The symposium, which draws law enforcement professionals from around the state, puts the latest industry research and news into the […]
Building Tradition, One Brick at a Time
If you had to take an exam focused on NC State's storied history and one-of-a-kind traditions - like the annual Krispy Kreme Challenge - would you pass? If not, leaf through The Brick, a student-run publication full of fun facts and information about our university.
5 Questions with the Provost
Find out what's on the mind and to-do list of Dr. Warwick Arden following his selection as the university's chief academic officer.
A Gift of More Time
Think of it as a belated holiday gift, courtesy of the State of North Carolina. Vacation hours increase slightly for full-time SPA employees in 2011 as part of the state’s effort to offer more competitive benefits.
Santa Taps Technology
A team of researchers finds out why Santa Claus has attained near mythic status as a Christmas icon. Take a look at the science of Santa.
Figuring it Out
When sophomore Andie Mitchell heard about a late-breaking $750 tuition increase, she called financial aid for help. In two weeks, staff members recalculated grant, scholarship and loan information to help almost 8,000 Wolfpack students, including Mitchell, pay for school.
Milk, Bread, Researchers: Stocking Up On Disaster Experts
September 11. The Gulf oil spill. Earthquakes in Haiti and Chile. The 2004 tsunami. Given the stakes involved, you would think that research into hazards and disasters (H&D) would be teeming with hordes of young scholars, trying to improve our […]