Event Counters Anti-Muslim Bias
NC State hosts an event to encourage understanding of Muslim culture and challenge anti-Muslim sentiments.
NC State Response to Immigration Executive Order
NC State is advising faculty, staff and students from seven countries named in a presidential executive order temporarily limiting the entry of immigrants and refugees to avoid international travel until further notice.
Celebrate Black History Month at NC State
Check out a calendar of events for Black History Month at NC State. This year’s slate of activities includes lectures, workshops, films and performances on racial justice, African American dance, the school-to-prison pipeline, history and activism.
Paper Spotlights Key Flaw in Widely Used Radioisotope Dating Technique
An oversight in a radioisotope dating technique used to date everything from meteorites to geologic samples means that scientists have likely overestimated the age of many samples.
Ahmed Mohamed: From Desert Nomad to Health Researcher
Raised as a nomad in northern Africa, Ahmed Mohamed has found a home in North Carolina helping to solve challenges facing public health.
Researchers Develop Wearable, Low-Cost Sensor to Measure Skin Hydration
NC State researchers have developed a wearable, wireless sensor that can monitor a person’s skin hydration for use in applications that need to detect dehydration before it poses a health problem.
Nominations for 2017 Global Awards Now Open
The Office of International Affairs is accepting nominations through March 1 for the 2017 Global Awards, which recognize NC State faculty and staff across campus for making contributions to global research, scholarship and service.
Suggs Awarded Order of Long Leaf Pine
Alumni Association executive director Benny Suggs, a 1969 graduate of NC State and native of Columbus County, was presented with the Order of the Long Leaf Pine, one of the most prestigious awards given to a citizen of the state.
Cooper Wins Churchill Scholarship
Senior Christopher Cooper, a chemical engineering and economics major at NC State, will spend the 2017-18 academic year at the University of Cambridge, earning a master's degree on a prestigious Churchill Scholarship.
Check Out Data Privacy Month
During Data Privacy Month, Jan. 28 to Feb. 28, the Office of Information Technology sponsors "Protect the Pack! Protect Your Data!" to empower you with tools to protect your privacy and control your digital footprint.
Design Grads to Pitch Housing Solution at SXSW
Two NC State grads are finalists in the upcoming SXSW Accelerator competition in Austin, Texas. Their ideas for incremental housing are based on a post-graduation trip to South America, funded by a 2014 Duda Travel Fellowship.
Entrepreneurship Clinic Receives Exemplary Nod
The NC State Entrepreneurship Clinic, based in the Poole College of Management, was presented with the Outstanding Emerging Entrepreneurship Program award by the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship. The recognition was announced at the association's annual conference held in in Philadelphia in January.
Foreign Affairs Expert Offers Insight On Impact of U.S. Withdrawal From TPP
Reporters interested in learning more about what the TPP withdrawal may mean for international trade or U.S. foreign policy in Asia can contact Jessica C. Liao.
Barrangou Wins NAS Award
CRISPR pioneer Rodolphe Barrangou garners another prestigious award for his work on the system that uses a molecular scalpel to edit genes.
In the past eighteen months, no fewer than six startups have sprung from groundbreaking discoveries in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering. Those six companies join more than a dozen other big names founded on the department’s research.