Lunch and Learn on Suicide Prevention
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences is collaborating with the NC State University Suicide Prevention Program to increase campus awareness about the risk of suicide among youth and college students.
Read Smart Book Discussion: The Power of Habit
Two of our psychology professors will co-moderate a discussion this week on "The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do In Life and Business," by Charles Duhigg.
Bob Larson Communication Award
Lecturer Bob Larson was recently honored for his teaching excellence and to publicly announce the creation of the Bob Larson Communication Award.
Chris Jordan Retires
Chris Jordan, director of the materials lab in the College of Design, will retire at the end of December after 16 years of service.
Robin Moore Honored
Professor of Landscape Architecture Robin Moore was awarded an honorary membership in the American Society of Landscape Architects.
NC State’s Forensic Science Symposium Attracts National, State Law Enforcement
North Carolina State University will highlight advances in crime scene investigation technology and techniques during its fifth annual forensic science symposium on Tuesday, Dec. 4, from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the College of Textiles. The event is open […]
Making Sports Rankings Count
Ever wondered how those sports team rankings get done? Dr. Carl Meyer is a mathematician working on making those rankings more accurate. This video from Inside Science explains how it’s done. Hint: linear algebra is involved.
Teamwork Is Key to Process Improvements
Two task forces are sorting through common business processes in an effort to standardize and streamline services.
My Roots Are at NC State
“My Roots Are at NC State,” a new sustainable dining program launched by University Dining this summer, adds super local food to the dining menus.
Student Awarded for Service Work
Anthropology senior Britt Taylor is one of 17 recipients of a 2012 Community Impact Award.