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Miriam Antelis

A total solar eclipse is seen on Monday, August 21, 2017 above Madras, Oregon.

Apr 4, 2024

Mating, Galloping and Vocalizing: Animal Behavior During Eclipses

We might not be on the path of totality for the April 8 eclipse, but our scientists will be. A group of NC State researchers are heading to Texas to study animals’ reactions to the phenomenon. 

Scum-forming bloom of toxic cyanobacteria Microcystis in North Carolina coastal waters

Mar 4, 2024

NC State Receives $6.9 Million From NSF, NIEHS to Fund New Oceans and Human Health Center

The grant will help establish the North Carolina Center for Coastal Algae, People and Environment. 

Chris Hewett, supervisor of the Department of Physics Instrument Shop, welds the roundhouse, a stainless steel cylindrical structure that experimental physicists will use to study low-energy neutrons.

Feb 14, 2024

An Instrumental Place

Experimental research often requires the creation of custom equipment. The Department of Physics Instrument Shop is up for the challenge.  

Sunlight hits a piece of paper bearing Albert Einstein's signature.

Dec 7, 2023

Letters From a Legend

An exchange of letters between Albert Einstein and former NC State mathematics professor Raimond Struble is now permanently housed at NC State University Libraries. 

Students strolling along Wolf Plaza

Oct 10, 2023

Embedded Counseling Is Making Mental Health Services More Accessible

NC State's Counseling Center is expanding its reach across campus through embedded counseling at the university's 11 colleges. 

321 Coffee employees

Apr 11, 2023

Brewing a Greater Good: NC State, 321 Coffee Launch Co-branded Coffee

Alumni Lindsay Wrege and Michael Evans are bringing 321 Coffee back to NC State in a big way. Get the details on the co-branded coffee, Greater Good. 

Lauren Pharr and Murry Burgess smile and make the Wolfpack sign

Mar 15, 2023

Inclusivity Outdoors: Making Field Research Safer

Two NC State graduate students founded Field Inclusive, a nonprofit to make field research safer for all — especially researchers from marginalized communities. 

Two people hold hands in front of the Memorial Belltower

Feb 10, 2023

Ringing in a New Chapter

The Memorial Belltower is NC State's most iconic landmark. For some alumni couples, it represents their commitment to the university — and each other. 

Students hold up flags at the Latinx Heritage Month kickoff event in Talley Student Union.

Oct 19, 2022

Finding Your Wolfpack: Multicultural Student Affairs

Multicultural Student Affairs offers a space for underrepresented students to find community and resources at NC State.  

A group of WISE students gathered around a laptop.

Feb 28, 2022

WISE Village Raises Voices, Representation

The Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) Village works to bridge the gender gap in STEM programs at NC State.