Why We Need to Pull These Films off the Shelf: Educational Films In The United States (Part III)
Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Skip Elsheimer, also known as the A/V Geek, a graduate of NC State who has an archive of over 24,000 educational films, many of which he has digitized and made available on […]
Two Dean Searches Planned
NC State will move forward with national searches for deans of the College of Natural Resources and the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Provost Warwick Arden announced.
Nominate a Colleague for Larkins Award
If you know an NC State employee who's helping improve human and race relations in the workplace or community, nominate your colleague for the 2012 John R. Larkins Award.
Williams Named Distinguished Scientist
Dr. Laurie Williams, professor of computer science, has been honored as a 2011 Distinguished Scientist by the Association for Computing Machinery.
Why Educational Films Matter: Educational Films In The United States (Part II)
Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Marsha Orgeron, an associate professor of film studies at NC State and co-editor of “Learning With The Lights Off: Educational Film In The United States.” This is the second of three posts […]
Centennial Campus to Add Student Housing
NC State has broken ground for Centennial Campus Apartments, scheduled to open in 2013.
If Your Family Tree is a Straight Line …
Incest is best – or is at least very acceptable – for bedbugs looking to colonize new areas, according to new research from NC State entomologists Coby Schal, Ed Vargo and Warren Booth. The research, presented today at the American […]
The Science of Santa
Don't believe in Santa? NC State’s Dr. Larry Silverberg can explain the science and engineering principles that allow Santa to pull off his magical feat year after year.
Freelon to Fine Arts Commission
President Obama has appointed architect Phil Freelon, an NC State alumnus and member of the Board of Trustees, to the U.S. Commission of Fine Arts.
The Way We Learned: Educational Films In The United States (Part I)
Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Devin Orgeron, an associate professor of film studies at NC State and co-editor of “Learning With The Lights Off: Educational Film In The United States.” This is the first of three posts […]