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May 18, 2009

Nielsen Stepping Down

Dr. Larry Nielsen announced that he will step down from his position as provost effective May 22, citing public criticism over his hiring of Mary Easley. 

May 7, 2009

Clearing the Bar

Mary Tetro has helped shepherd hundreds of NC State students through the process of applying to law school. 

Apr 30, 2009

Benefits for Newly Jobless

The university offers a comprehensive package of benefits when jobs are eliminated, including severance pay, extended insurance coverage, assistance with employment searches, even networking and support groups. 

Apr 30, 2009

The Turtle Who Could Fly

An NC State veterinarian gave a complete medical check-up to a sea turtle that was returned to Raleigh after two years in Britain. 

Apr 23, 2009

Fighting TB as Easy as 1-2-3

Three NC State undergraduates have developed the first practical diagnostic device for TB that is cheap, fast and accurate. 

Apr 16, 2009

Found in Translation

Art Rice, one of the founders of the university's Prague Institute, discusses the importance of study abroad opportunities. 

Apr 9, 2009

Thank God for Darwin

Can eternal truth exist in a changing universe? It’s one of the bigger questions people have struggled with since naturalist Charles Darwin posited the idea that life is the product of almost numberless changes occurring over a sweeping span of time. For North Carolina State University senior John Coggin – who custom-built his own undergraduate degree program across several university colleges and departments – it’s more than an academic question. 

Apr 9, 2009

Next Stop, Milan

Industrial design student Michael Rall is packing his bags for an all-expenses-paid trip to the design fair April 22-27 courtesy of LG Surfaces. 

Apr 2, 2009

Thank God for Darwin

Harvard Divinity School has offered NC State student John Coggin a full scholarship to pursue a master’s degree there. 

Mar 19, 2009

The Doctor is In

The Health Professions Advising Center helps students navigate the highly competitive process of applying to – and getting accepted to – the nation's top medical, dental, optometry, pharmacy and other health care graduate schools. 

Mar 19, 2009

The Masters of Modern

A look back at the university's contributions to modern design, which began almost as soon as the School of Design (now the College of Design) opened its doors in 1948 under the leadership of Dean Henry Kamphoefner. 

Mar 19, 2009

Rough Draft

How an angry, disaffected dropout became one of the most promising young writers in the United States 

Mar 5, 2009

Bowles Fighting Cuts

Erskine Bowles told NC State's staff senate that a potential 7 percent reduction in state funding would have a devastating impact on the 16-campus system. 

Feb 2, 2009

Three to Receive Prestigious Watauga Medal

A former trustee, a professor emeritus and a longtime state official will be honored with the prestigious Watauga Medal by North Carolina State University for their distinguished service to the university. C. Richard Vaughn, Dr. J. Lawrence Apple and E. Norris Tolson will received the awards, the highest nonacademic honor bestowed by NC State, at the… 

Jan 23, 2009

Master of Music

Works by Dr. J. Mark Scearce are being performed across the Triangle in coming weeks.