5 Questions with Juan Williams
Author and commentator Juan Williams has strong opinions about the most inspiring leaders of the civil rights movement. See if you agree in this preview of Williams' March 3 keynote speech.
Staff Senate Nominations Due March 1
NC State’s Staff Senate, an advisory group that represents more than 5,000 employees, is looking for nominees for the upcoming election. Online nominations will be accepted through noon on March 1.
B-E-E there: Spellers Compete on Campus
Remember how your knees knocked as you stood in front of your whole class, trying to spell "angst" or "erudite" ? Come cheer on the next generation of logophiles (word lovers) this Saturday when the Wake County Spelling Bee comes to campus.
Alma Mater Honors Felder
Dr. Richard M. Felder, chemical and biomolecular engineering professor, has won the City College of New York’s top award for engineering and computer science alumni.
Together We Can
Wolfpack fans can help a statewide residential magnet school shatter a Guinness world record by donating canned food during Saturday's NC State-Georgia Tech men's hoops matchup at the RBC Center.
Liquid Metal Key to Simpler Creation of Electrodes for Microfluidic Devices
Researchers from North Carolina State University have developed a faster, easier way to create microelectrodes, for use in microfluidic devices, by using liquid metal. Microfluidic devices manipulate small amounts of fluid and have a wide variety of applications, from testing […]
Zuiches Announces Retirement
Dr. James J. Zuiches, vice chancellor for the Office of Extension, Engagement, and Economic Development at North Carolina State University, announced his plan to retire no later than Dec. 31, 2011. Zuiches became vice chancellor in 2006 and has led […]
Rowland Receives Public Service Award
Sharon Runion Rowland, executive director of the NC Cooperative Extension Service Foundation, received the Gordon P. Allen Award for Public Service for her role in creating Camp Challenge, a summer camp for high-achieving, low-resource students from across the state.
Atlantic Coast Conference commissioner John Swofford announced Friday that three NC State student-athletes, including senior gymnast Brittany Vontz, have been selected to receive the Weaver-James-Corrigan Award, given to student-athletes who have performed with distinction in competition, in the classroom and in the community.
Manley Curates Chicago Exhibition
Roger Manley, director of the Gregg Museum of Art and Design, recently guest curated an exhibition for Intuit, the Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art, in Chicago.