Gregg Museum Breaks Ground Tuesday
Join Chancellor Woodson and other members of the NC State community at the groundbreaking ceremony for the relocation, renovation and expansion of the Gregg Museum of Art and Design.
Interviews for COS Dean Begin Next Week
The four finalists to be NC State's next dean of the College of Sciences will be on campus for interviews and open forums, beginning next week.
Outreach and Engagement Banquet on April 13
Monday's banquet will honor faculty, staff and students for their dedicated work in extension, service and community involvement.
Submit DELTA Grants Proposals by May 15
Submit a DELTA Grants proposal between April 7 and May 15. Improve your chances of receiving one of five grants by scheduling a consultation with DELTA staff or attending a specialized workshop on April 24.
In Memoriam: Peter Reeves Lord
Longtime textile professor Peter Reeves Lord died on Jan. 22, 2015. He was 91.
In 185 A.D., Chinese astronomers recorded a bright “guest star” in the night sky. By the 1960s, astronomers figured out that the guest star was in fact a supernova, and identified the remains of the stellar explosion. And in 2011, […]
Mattocks Appointed to NC State Board of Trustees
Bob Mattocks of New Bern has been appointed by Governor Bev Perdue to the North Carolina State University Board of Trustees, effective Sept. 1. Mattocks served two terms on the board from 2001-09. Now retired, he is the former chairman […]
NC State Notifying Parents of Inadvertent Release of Information
Data housed on a North Carolina State University computer server that contained private information for about 1,800 school children from Richmond and Wilson counties was inadvertently made available online. The data was gathered from 2003-2006 as part of a research […]
NC State Selects Hotel Project For Hillsborough Street
North Carolina State University has selected a local real estate development team to develop a mixed-use project across from the Memorial Bell Tower as part of continuing effort to revitalize Hillsborough Street. A proposal submitted by Bell View Partners and […]
NC State Alum Chris Hondros Killed In Libya
Getty Images has generously allowed NC State to display selected photographs by alumnus Chris Hondros, who was killed in Libya on April 20, 2011. The death of Hondros, a war photographer, has drawn international media coverage. Bill Krueger, with the […]