Stories From 2011

Nov 3, 2011

Taking Care of Business

If your job involves handling business transactions, look for a survey invitation in your inbox. Responses will be used to help make decisions about regional business operations centers.

Nov 2, 2011

Modern Makeover

Hernán Marchant, a disciple of the modernist Le Corbusier, designs a new floor for the Allred Gallery based on the designer's principles.

Nov 2, 2011

Smarter College Cooking

Living in a dorm or apartment is no reason to subsist on ramen noodles. A group of curious college cooks learned to prepare fresh, healthy meals with a little help from two grad students.

Nov 1, 2011

Harms Wins Service Award

Dr. Craig Harms, associate professor of aquatic, wildlife and zoological medicine, received a meritorious service award from Iowa State University.

Nov 1, 2011

How Will Players Respond To Game Changes? Do The Math

Can user responses to changes in one game predict the response to changes in a different game? Apparently there’s math involved. When it comes to video games, imitation can be dangerous. If one game makes changes that players love, there’s […]

Nov 1, 2011

Digging Up Clues: Research On Buried Blow Flies Will Help Crime Scene Investigators

When investigating a murder, every clue helps. New research from North Carolina State University sheds light on how – and whether – blow flies survive when buried underground during their development. It’s an advance that will help forensic investigators understand […]

Oct 31, 2011

Former Alumni Association Head Dies

Bryce R. Younts, who led the NC State Alumni Association through a period of unprecedented growth as its executive director for more than 26 years, died Saturday.

Oct 31, 2011

NC State to Hold 6th Annual CPR Challenge Nov. 18

What: The North Carolina State University community and the general public are invited to take the CPR challenge and earn first aid or CPR certification from the American Red Cross. Instructors will offer classes in adult CPR, child and infant […]

Oct 31, 2011

Academic Science Forums Nov. 1-4

The academic science task force has scheduled four open forums across campus to gather your input, including a new session on Centennial Campus.

Oct 31, 2011

Water Flow: A Picture’s Worth More Than A Thousand Words

 Sometimes a picture can save time and money — and that’s worth more than a thousand words.   From mitigating flood damage to managing water resources during a drought, tracking water flow is important. But tough budget times make maintaining […]