Stories From Oct 2014

Oct 31, 2014  |  Campus Life

Holladay Hall’s Haunted History

Once upon a midnight dreary, as students pondered weak and weary over many a quaint and curious volume of neglected organic chemistry ... tis a ghost story and nothing more.

Oct 31, 2014  |  Campus Life

Sign Up for Seed Grant Workshop

Room is still available in the OFD's Seed Grant Proposal workshop, slated for next Wednesday.

Oct 31, 2014  |  Partners

Successfully Studying Failure at the Constructed Facilities Lab

At the Constructed Facilities Lab, success is failure. By creating material failures in key pieces of infrastructures, researchers prevent them from occurring in real life.

Oct 30, 2014  |  Campus Life

Clearing Up Campus Confusion Over Voting

Since the Talley Student Union won't be used as a polling place next Tuesday, some students say they're not sure where to vote. Here's the answer.

Oct 30, 2014  |  Campus Life

Athletes Post Impressive Graduation Rates

NC State student-athletes post the second best Graduation Success Rate and the best Federal Graduation Rate in school history.

Oct 30, 2014  |  Campus Life

Smashing Pumpkins? Try Composting Instead

Don't leave your jack-o'-lantern out in the cold after Halloween. NC State offers on-campus composting of organic waste.

Oct 30, 2014  |  Campus Life

Ebola Prompts Travel Restrictions

NC State responds to the Ebola epidemic in West Africa by restricting university-sponsored travel to countries affected by the deadly disease.

Oct 30, 2014  |  Faculty and Staff

6 Join Board of Visitors

NC State welcomes new members to its prestigious Board of Visitors. Learn more about the professionals who work to promote the university as a leader in higher education.

Oct 30, 2014  |  The Abstract

A Decade of Genes, Chemicals and Human Health: The Comparative Toxicogenomics Database Turns 10

A Decade of Genes, Chemicals, and Human Health: the Comparative Toxicogenomics Database Turns Ten

Oct 30, 2014  |  Campus Life

New Tech Aims to Improve Communication Between Dogs and Humans

NC State researchers have developed a suite of technologies that can be used to enhance communication between dogs and humans, which has applications in everything from search and rescue to service dogs to training our pets.