For Longer-Life, Disease-Free Roses, NC State Researchers Insert Celery Gene
A rose by any other name would smell … like celery? North Carolina State University research intended to extend the “vase life” of roses inserts a gene from celery inside rose plants to help fight off botrytis, or petal blight, […]
We’ve Got Wheels
Frustrated with rising gas prices and the grind of the daily commute? A slew of new and improved transportation options offer NC State students, faculty and staff the opportunity to get around town in eco-friendly style and, in some cases, even eliminate the need for wheels of their own.
Women Still Face Uphill Climb in Sports Management
If recent research out of NC State is any indication, the dreaded glass ceiling is alive and well in the sports industry when it comes to management positions. Dr. Heidi Grappendorf recently co-authored a study that examined the impact of […]
Barker’s Retirement Party Feb. 25
An open house on Friday, Feb. 25, will honor Dr. Jerry Barker, associate vice chancellor for student affairs and student health services director, who is retiring after 36 years at NC State.
Big Wheels on Campus
Frustrated with rising gas prices and the grind of the daily commute? Take advantage of new transportation options that could help save your sanity and money, along with the planet.