Nobel-Laureate Amano To Lecture at Hunt Library
Nobel-laureate Hiroshi Amano, the co-recipient of the 2014 Nobel Prize for Physics, will present a distinguished lecture about semiconductor devices on Thursday, Oct. 19, from 3-4 p.m. at the Hunt Library auditorium.
NC State, Lulu Extend Partnership for eGames
Independent publishing company Lulu recently announced a five-year extension of its partnership with NC State's Entrepreneurship Initiative to host the eGames, a campus-wide startup competition that awards more than $60,000 in prizes annually.
CVM Researchers Study Rhinos
College of Veterinary Medicine colleagues Anthony Blikslager and Mathew Gerard went to Africa to study and help map the paranasal sinus anatomy of the white rhinoceros.
Sexton Promoted at Newly Named OTCNV
Kelly Sexton has been promoted from director to assistant vice chancellor for the newly named Office of Technology Commercialization and New Ventures (OTCNV), formerly known as the Office of Technology Transfer.
Get a Head Start on FAFSA
NC State staff and faculty submitting a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for their children should be aware that the filing season begins on Oct. 1 this year. Learn more about how to submit information for federal aid.
NC State Among 26 Healthiest Campuses
Greatist.com has named NC State one of its 26 healthiest campuses in the nation, based on an evaluation of students' accessibility to healthy food, fitness facilities and mental health services.
Get Data Smart at ‘Red Talks’
Through a series of hour-long lectures by local and national leaders in the field of data science, the Data Science Initiative hopes to engage members in the campus community. Red Talks: Where Data Meets Science will begin this fall with three nationally recognized data sciences leaders. Check out the fall lineup.
3 Researchers Selected As RTI University Scholars
NC State researchers Owen Duckworth, Sylvia Nassar-McMillan and Nagui Rouphail have been selected for the 2016 class of RTI University Scholars.
A Rare Doom Bloom
For nine years, NC State horticultural science graduate student Brandon Huber has waited for his titan arum—also known as the Corpse Flower for its intense odor—to bloom. Sometime next week, it will in a campus greenhouse. The best part is you can watch a free live feed, sans the putrid smell of rotting flesh.
Nubian Message Archives Now Digital
Check out a full digital archive of The Nubian Message, NC State's voice of the black student experience since 1992.