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Brent Winter

Oct 15, 2014

Student: Banned Crop Could Benefit N.C.

Hemp produces more fiber per acre than cotton while using less water. Can a student organization restore the banned plant's good name? 

J. Mark Scearce, professor of art and design, sits at a piano.

Oct 2, 2014

Composer Sets the Macabre to Music

Just in time for Halloween, the Carolina Ballet reprises two of J. Mark Scearce's darkest works, chock-full of vampires with a side dish of the plague. 

Renee Wells outsider her office.

Sep 12, 2014

Wells Brings Creative Energy to GLBT Center

A former creative writing teacher takes the helm of NC State's center supporting gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender students and allies. Learn about her vision and values. 

Students in Talley Student Union.

Sep 2, 2014

Share Friendship, Food With Int’l Students

Don't miss the opportunity to have fun and make friends from all over the world. OIS seeks volunteers for its cross-cultural programs. 

Aug 19, 2014

Arts Season Delivers Eclectic Mix

The new arts season at NC State offers something for everyone: Broadway hits, a cappella jams, modern jazz and ancient Greek drama. Reserve your seats now. 

Authors standing in field.

Aug 19, 2014

Scientists to Discuss GMOs, Farming

Join the discussion on the future of food in the 21st century as the authors of Tomorrow's Table explore the topic with NC State's Jennifer Kuzma and Fred Gould. 

Aug 13, 2014

Suggest New Research Equipment

A new Web-based system enables faculty to recommend the purchase of research equipment for shared facilities. 

Jul 17, 2014

Research Funding Way Up

NC State has a record-breaking year for research funding. See how much government and industry awards have increased over last year. 

Jul 10, 2014

Top Award for Economic Impact

A national education association names NC State an Innovation and Economic Prosperity University. Find out how NC State earned the prestigious designation. 

Jun 5, 2014

‘Talkin’ Tar Heel’ Explores Dialects

A new book by NC State sociolinguists Walt Wolfram and Jeffrey Reaser explains how our voices tell the story of North Carolina. 

May 7, 2014

Prof’s Pioneering Work Hailed

Thirty years after she penned a groundbreaking research paper that launched an entirely new academic field, Carolyn Miller is back in the spotlight. The journal Composition Forum dedicates its November issue to examining the impact of her innovative ideas. 

Apr 10, 2014

Tyson Shows Star Power

Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson talks about science literacy, creationism and alien abductions during a whirlwind day on campus. Probe the mind behind the hit TV show, "Cosmos." 

Apr 3, 2014

NC State, UNC Ink Research Deal

Thanks to an agreement between the research offices at NC State and Carolina, faculty now have more opportunities to use specialized research facilities, regardless of where they're located. Learn why sharing is good for everyone. 

Mar 31, 2014

North Carolina Literary Festival Reading List

Here's your 2014 North Carolina Literary Festival reading list: five novels from authors speaking or reading at Hunt Library April 3-6. 

Mar 31, 2014

5 Questions With Therese Fowler

New York Times best-selling author Therese Fowler talks about the risks she’s taken in her writing career and how it feels to teach where she used to be a student. Fowler is a featured author at this week's North Carolina Literary Festival.