The nation’s oldest town chartered by African-Americans rallies to recover from last year’s devastating storm. NC State faculty and students join a team of experts helping them chart a sustainable course for the future.
Inventor Shares Tech Transfer Tips
NC State’s Fran Ligler, a recent inductee in the National Inventors Hall of Fame, knows what it takes to move research discoveries from the lab to the marketplace. She shared her insights at a Centennial Campus event last week.
Saving America’s Nuclear Industry
NC State is helping the nuclear energy industry remain a significant part of America's long-term energy portfolio.
Eastman Partnership a Win-Win
Officials at Eastman Chemical say the company will renew its master research agreement with NC State, citing the benefits of the strategic partnership.
Big Data, Sensors to Transform Cities
Martin O’Malley, former governor of Maryland, told a Centennial Campus conference that new technologies developed through public-private partnerships would drive the creation of smart cities.
New System to Boost Research
A new electronic research administration system will deliver new tools and technologies to NC State researchers and research staff. Follow the progress of this important project involving stakeholders across the university.
Film Focuses on Housing Solutions
View a film that examines innovative housing solutions inspired by a tour of South American slums and shantytowns. Architecture alums Abe Drechsler and Brian Gaudio present “Within Formal Cities” in two campus screenings March 13.
Design Grads to Pitch Housing Solution at SXSW
Two NC State grads are finalists in the upcoming SXSW Accelerator competition in Austin, Texas. Their ideas for incremental housing are based on a post-graduation trip to South America, funded by a 2014 Duda Travel Fellowship.
McKeand Nabs Top Service Award for Work With Pines
Steve McKeand, director of NC State’s Cooperative Tree Improvement Program, is honored with the Governor James E. Holshouser Jr. Award for Excellence in Public Service. The program breeds loblolly and longleaf pines to better cope with disease, pests and a changing climate.
Creating a Campus Culture Free of Slights and Slurs
Whether we realize it or not, the careless and insensitive things we say to others can leave them feeling marginalized and invalidated. Learn how to recognize and address microaggressions.