Gorman to Head Chemistry
Dr. Christopher Gorman has been selected to serve as chair of the Department of Chemistry effective July 1
Tornado Volunteers Needed
Put on your work boots. NC State is organizing a service project this Saturday, April 30, to help people recovering from the recent tornadoes.
Annual Enrollment Delayed
State Health Plan (SHP) officials have decided to delay annual enrollment while Gov. Perdue and the General Assembly work to find common ground on proposed legislation that could make significant changes to the health plan.
North Carolina State University Selects Park Scholars
North Carolina State University has selected 45 Park Scholars for fall 2011. The prestigious awards are valued at about $80,000 for North Carolina residents and $136,000 for out-of-state students. Winners were selected from a pool of more than 1,300 highly […]
Poetry Out Loud
Listen to the winners of the 2011 NC State poetry contest read their works on the NCSU Libraries website.
Bright Ideas Shine at eGames
The 2011 eGames gave the world a sneak peek at new products and innovations created by NC State students.
Less is More: Researchers Pinpoint Graphene’s Varying Conductivity Levels
Did you know that pencil lead may just end up changing the world? Graphene is the material from which graphite, the core of your No. 2 pencil, is made. It is also the latest “wonder material,” and may be the […]
Wetlands: Cleaning Stormwater, Killing Blood-Suckers
Developers most often use “wet ponds” to minimize stormwater runoff pollution at new real-estate developments. Now they may have to start rethinking their options. Research shows that building wetlands does a better job than wet ponds of removing pollutants – […]
Four NC State Faculty Will Receive Prestigious Holladay Medals
The North Carolina State University Board of Trustees will award the Alexander Quarles Holladay Medal for Excellence to four faculty members in recognition of their outstanding careers at NC State. The Holladay Medal is the highest honor bestowed on a […]
Bye-Bye Balance Sheet
Textiles professor Helmut Hergeth uses a board game to help students visualize accounting principles.