People of Poe | Rachael Debnam-O’Dea on the Changing Landscape of English Education
Meet Rachael Debnam-O’Dea, world traveler, former high school English teacher and current second-year doctoral student in the College of Education.
Zikry Scores Robert Henry Thurston Lecture Award
Mohammed Zikry, a pioneer in micromechanics modeling, is honored by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
Registration Open for Block 3 Fall Workshops
Registration is open for DELTA’s Block 3 Fall Workshops. All classes are free and open to faculty, staff and teaching graduate students. Workshops include new and familiar topics to help you wrap up the current semester, and assist with your spring 2018 course preparation.
Learn to Tap Power of Bioinformatics Databases
NCSU Libraries offers two workshops to help students and faculty access the powerful databases and tools available through the National Center for Biotechnology Information.
What Will North Carolina Be Like in 2050?
Mike Walden gives a preview into his new book, and predicts what the state of North Carolina will be in the year 2050.
Experts to Discuss Looming U.S. Retirement Crisis
Ensuring American retirees have sufficient income to last through their retirement is among the most critical issues facing our economy. On Nov. 6, hear from Poole College economists Robert Clark and Melinda Morrill, along with TIAA representatives for a panel discussion on this topic.
Pack Plaid: NC State’s Official Tartan
Check out the newly released Pack Plaid, an officially registered tartan pattern developed by College of Textiles graduate student and Raleigh native Kathleen Kelly.
Engineering America’s Future
Associate professor Laura Bottomley, director of NC State's Women in Engineering and the Engineering Place, believes engineering is “a vehicle for the solution of every problem.”
Faces in the Crowd: Relationship Violence and College Black Women
Domestic Violence Awareness Month keynote speaker Lorraine D. Acker shared her research on relationship violence in the college setting with NC State students, faculty and staff Wednesday, October 18, 2017.
A Desire to Help Others
After a meaningful student experience at NC State, Ghazale Johnston is now a leading advocate for the university, giving of both her time and resources.
Economic Impacts of Recent Hurricanes
The nation received an unprecedented one-two punch from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. How will the damage be reflected in the national economy over the coming year?
Clark Inducted Into National 4-H Hall of Fame
For both his lifetime achievements and contributions to 4-H, NC State University professor emeritus and 4-H alumnus James W. Clark Jr. was inducted last week into the National 4-H Hall of Fame.
TIP, CED Establish Teaching Scholars Program
An innovative program will create a pipeline of teachers for rural and semi-rural areas in North Carolina.
GLBT History Month: Resistance Through Existence
The theme of this year’s GLBT History Month is “Resistance Through Existence,” which will center the voices that are often marginalized and celebrate the myriad of identities within the GLBT community.
Get ‘Ants’-y with CALS Alum
CALS alumna and author Eleanor Spicer Rice will fill you in on your closest — and tiniest — neighbors at an appearance on Tuesday at Raleigh's Quail Ridge Books.