D’Lyn Ford

Dec 14, 2016

NC State to Hold Commencement Ceremony Dec. 16

More than 3,500 NC State students will graduate on Friday, bringing the total to nearly 9,000 degrees awarded in 2016.

Nov 21, 2016

Spellings to Give NC State Fall Commencement Speech

NC State graduates will draw inspiration from Margaret Spellings, president of the University of North Carolina system, and Mildred Dresselhaus, a physicist and electrical engineer known as the "queen of carbon science."

Nov 17, 2016  |  Research and Innovation

Standing Behind Firefighters

As wildfires scorch more than 40,000 acres in the North Carolina foothills and western mountains, thousands of firefighters fan out across the Southeast. Decades of NC State research stands behind them.

Oct 31, 2016

Social Media Photos Priceless for Natural Resources Research

Instagram, Flickr and Panoramio reveal the most valued features of European landscapes.

Oct 17, 2016

Citizen Scientists Needed to Find NC’s Candid Critters

North Carolina scientists are looking for volunteers to help with the largest-ever camera trap study of wildlife. Find out how you can get involved.

Oct 14, 2016  |  The Abstract

A Healthy Start for All

Natural resources researchers team up on a national project to end childhood obesity and its racial disparities.

Oct 13, 2016  |  Faculty and Staff

Great Schools Need Great Leaders

NC State wins a $5.6 million grant from the Wallace Foundation to train principals.

Oct 3, 2016  |  The Abstract

Study Sniffs Out Effects of Dogs, Humans on Wildlife

Exploring a protected forest like Umstead State Park in Raleigh with your dog sounds like a relaxing way to enjoy nature. But how much does your visit disturb wildlife?

Sep 27, 2016

NSF-funded Afterschool Program Powering Up in Durham

Middle school students in Durham will have time to explore electrical engineering and computer science as part of a 3-year, National Science Foundation project NC State is leading.

Sep 13, 2016

Study Shows Unexpected Path for Women to Major in Science

Intriguing new research shows a pattern of women who migrated into science majors after being undecided about what to study when entering college.