Above the Battlefields of World War I
James Allen Higgs Jr., a Raleigh native and two-time engineering graduate of NC State, had a birds-eye view of the battlefields of France during the First World War.
You May Be A Scientist And Not Know It
Science is a process, not a collection of facts. (Though the facts are pretty interesting.)
Sign Up for Summer OIT Classes
Take advantage of professional development opportunities offered by the Office of Information Technology this summer. Your brain will thank you.
Researchers Find New Way to Control Light with Electric Fields
NC State researchers have discovered a technique for controlling light with electric fields.
Cal Poly’s Beaton to Talk on Cyber Threats
Attend a free talk on the cybersecurity threats facing research communities at the I.T. Littleton Seminar.
Learn About REPORTER at NC State
NC State’s Registration Platform for Non-Credit Activity and Required Training is a cross-university solution for tracking, managing and reporting non-degree credit activities. It measures external outreach, internal training and non-credit activities, to assess their impact across the university and beyond.
60 Seconds With Neuroscientist John Meitzen
Meet NC State neuroscientist John Meitzen, who researches how the human brain works and helps the public understand it.
Students Share Value of Graduate Education With Legislators
In visits at the General Assembly, NC State students describe the importance of student research, the need for more graduate degree recipients in the workforce and the importance of student funding.
Daubert Named M.U. Vice Chancellor and Dean
Christopher R. Daubert, head of the NC State Department of Food, Bioprocessing and Nutrition Sciences, has been named vice chancellor and dean of the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources at the University of Missouri.
Field of ‘Sexting’ Research Finds Little to Worry About
A recent analysis of research into how so-called “sexting” may affect sexual behavior finds that it has little impact on sexual activity – but highlights significant shortcomings in the research itself.