In the Footsteps of Indiana Jones: A New Archaeological Excavation at Petra
Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Dr. Tom Parker, a professor of history at NC State. Parker has served on archaeological expeditions in the Middle East for more than 30 years. Since 1994, Parker has been director of […]
NC State Partners With Volvo Group to Provide Job-Ready Talent
North Carolina State University will partner with the Volvo Group to provide job-ready talent for the global automotive manufacturer as part of the company’s Academic Partner Program (APP) Preferred Talent Partner Cooperation Program. The relationship was formalized with the signing […]
New Tool Aims to Ensure Software Security Policies Reflect User Needs
Researchers from North Carolina State University and IBM Research have developed a new natural language processing tool that businesses or other customers can use to ensure that software developers have a clear idea of the security policies to be incorporated […]
NC State to Partner With Volvo Group
North Carolina State University will become a preferred academic talent partner of the Volvo Group, affording students experience- and career-building opportunities with the global automotive manufacturer, including co-ops, internships and mentorships. On Tuesday, Oct. 30 at 2:30 p.m., Volvo executives […]
NC State Tips for Keeping Pets Safe This Halloween
Halloween is near and Dr. Rita Hanel has timely advice to help pet owners avoid emergency trips to the veterinarian. “Halloween is a fun time for both children and adults with neighborhood trick-or-treating, visitors and parties,” says Hanel, professor of […]
In Particulate Matter, the Particulars Matter
When statisticians start talking about PM, they aren’t referring to political leadership. PM stands for particulate matter, and it’s important because it has a direct effect on the health and well-being of anyone who breathes. Statistician Montserrat Fuentes has built […]
Hoit Honored as Best Public Sector CIO
Our Vice Chancellor for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer, Dr. Marc Hoit has been named a top IT executive in the Triangle.
State of the University
Chancellor Randy Woodson praised students, faculty and staff at his annual State of the University address Tuesday in Stewart Theatre and highlighted NC State's successes in research, faculty investment, academic excellence, economic impact and more.
Blending Math With Music
CALS business officer, Thomas Mease, plays flute for three orchestras and has seasonal concerts at wonderful locations including the White House. Find out why Mease believes music and mathematics fit so well together.
Exxon Mobil Awards the College of Engineering
Exxon Mobil Corporation awarded this month a total of $38,000 in grants to support the College of Engineering.