Two Pack Grads Playing in Super Bowl LI
Starting offensive guard Joe Thuney and reserve quarterback Jacoby Brissett both earned their degrees from NC State before heading off to play for the NFL's New England Patriots. Sunday, the two rookies hope to help their team win Super Bowl LI against the Atlanta Falcons in Houston.
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.
Encore Presentation About Eastern Coyotes
Roland Kays, head of the Biodiversity Research Lab at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Science and an NC State research associate professor, will reprise his presentation about Easter coyotes tonight at the Hunt Library auditorium.
Veteran Golf Coach Sykes to Retire
After 46 years at NC State, Hall of Fame golf coach and four-time ACC Coach of the Year Richard Sykes will step down at the end of the 2017 season. Sykes, an NC State alum, is the longest serving member of the athletics department.
Engineering Online Rises in National Rankings
NC State's Engineering Online program has risen to No. 10 in the nation in the 2017 US News & World Report rankings.
Sign Up for Standing, Administrative Advisory Committees
Eligible faculty and staff can sign up through Jan. 30 to participate in university standing committees and administrative advisory committees.
EIF to Focus on ‘Kidonomics’
The two-year focus of the 2017-18 Emerging Issues Forum will be Kidonomics: The Economics of Early Childhood Investment, examining the connections between early childhood investments, North Carolina’s economy and the development of a well-trained workforce.
Wood Named President of Association for Consumer Research
Stacy Wood, the Langdon Distinguished University Professor of Marketing at NC State’s Poole College of Management, was elected three-year term as president of the Association for Consumer Research at its annual meeting in Berlin, Germany.
A History of Support
David Zonderman, head of the NC State Department of History and co-chair of the Faculty and Staff Giving Campaign, is passionate about supporting the university where he has served as a professor for more than two decades.
Nile Project Concert Coming in March
Thanks to outside grants and support from both the NC State Sustainability Fund and the NC State Foundation, the Nile Project concert is slated for March 15 at Stewart Theatre.
Purchase New Technology with Payroll Deduction
Looking to buy a new computer, tablet or major appliance this holiday season, but don't want to spend your whole paycheck? NC State Bookstores now offers full-time faculty and staff who have been here for at least 12 months the opportunity to spread payments out through payroll deduction.
Castellano Named Goodnight Distinguished Chair
NC State chemistry professor Felix "Phil" Castellano has been named the first Goodnight Innovation Distinguished Chair.
Woodsons Host Holiday Reception on Dec. 7 at The Point
Chancellor Randy Woodson and his wife Susan invite all NC State faculty and staff to to attend their annual holiday open house on Wednesday, Dec. 7, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at The Point.
Gift Creates New Opportunities for Veterans
U.S. Marine veterans Mark and Dawn Carter have created the Mary Gammon Carter Scholarship Endowment in the College of Engineering to support undergraduate veterans at NC State studying engineering.
Bookstores Host Madness Sale
Friday is the biggest shopping day of the year for the two locations of the NC State Bookstores, with up to 40 percent off most merchandise.