Gregg Museum Reveals First-Class Renovation
The Gregg Museum reopens this weekend in its new complex on Hillsborough Street. Director Roger Manley explains how the museum grew from an informal collection into an impressive home for the arts.
Reduced Performance Triggers Turnover for Nonprofit Executives
Nonprofit organizations that have declining expenditures – an indication of reduced operations – are more likely to seek new leadership, according to a new study.
1 in 5 Women With Postpartum Mood Disorders Keep Quiet
A recent study finds 21 percent of recent mothers experiencing postpartum mood disorders, such as anxiety and depression, do not disclose their symptoms to healthcare providers.
Faculty Rockers Pay Tribute to Led Zeppelin
Five members of the NC State faculty are part of the Quadrivium Project, a Led Zeppelin tribute band that will perform two shows at Stewart Theatre this weekend.
Study of Homeless Finds Women at Disadvantage for Accessing Disability Benefits
A recent study of homeless adults finds women are at a significant disadvantage compared to men when it comes to accessing disability benefits.
Inventor Shares Tech Transfer Tips
NC State’s Fran Ligler, a recent inductee in the National Inventors Hall of Fame, knows what it takes to move research discoveries from the lab to the marketplace. She shared her insights at a Centennial Campus event last week.
Commercialization Breaks Records, Gears Up for More
NC State got down to business this past year, breaking records for startups, licenses and options and filing over 200 patents. Find out what makes NC State one of the nation’s best at commercializing research discoveries.
Technique Expedites Chemical Screening to Prioritize Toxicity Testing
A new technique can determine if a chemical has the potential to activate key genes in seconds rather than the typical 24 hours or more. The technique can be used to prioritize chemicals for in-depth testing to determine their toxicity.
Eclipses Have Shadowed NC State Before
Four previous eclipses have darkened the skies of NC State and Raleigh, including nearly full coverage in 1900, when the North Carolina State College for Agriculture and Mechanic Arts was barely 10 years old.
Beautiful Pairings: A Lifetime Commitment to Art and Design
When the new Gregg Museum of Art & Design opens, its visitors will owe a debt of gratitude to a couple who helped make the museum a reality — and who have made art and design their life’s work.
Dining Unveils Improvements, New Options
Check out the updates and improvements to culinary options around campus, as NC State Dining reveals the change it has made over the summer.
NC State and Oracle Pilot Big Data Project to Grow Agriculture
Oracle has selected NC State as a university partner to pilot a new program that uses big data to solve grand challenges in everything from agriculture to textiles to engineering. First on the list? Sweet potatoes.
Smoothing the Bumps in the Road
Donor support for NC State students reaches beyond scholarship funding. A new Student Emergency Fund administered by the Division of Academic and Student Affairs will help meet essential needs and ease unexpected burdens — keeping students like John Dunn on the track to success.
DELTA Faculty Fellows Recognized at Summer Shorts
Kim Allen, Ed Lindsay and Maria Gallardo-Williams were honored with certificates of appreciation at Summer Shorts, marking the completion of their outstanding service as Faculty Fellows. This group of dedicated faculty members is passionate about the future of educational technology.
Eclipse 2017: How to View and See Another Day
The College of Sciences has a few tips on how to safely watch Monday's eclipse, including some ways that you can help collect data on this rare event. Join the campus community on Monday at the Brickyard from 12:30 until 4 p.m. Free eclipse glasses are available, along with a telescope for a closer view and misting tents to keep everyone cool.