Solar Vehicle Team Project Takes Unusual Route
A team of NC State students designs a solar car focusing on practicality as well as performance and energy efficiency.
NC State Celebrates Native American Heritage, Culture
Amberlina Alston remembers a puzzling statement a classmate made last semester. “This guy said he thought all Natives got their college paid for,” Alston says. “And I’m like, ‘No, that’s definitely not true.’” It’s one of many stereotypes that Alston […]
Libraries Offer New Writing, Editing Tool for Researchers
NCSU Libraries is running a yearlong trial of Overleaf, a program that helps scholars write, edit, format and share drafts of articles, posters, theses and lab reports.
Dining Reaches Out to Students With Diabetes
NC State Dining expands efforts to support students with diabetes, allergies and other dietary needs. Learn how this proactive approach helps create a welcoming environment for students.
Residence Halls Gain Faster Online Network
NC State wraps up a six-year project to upgrade cables, network switches and wireless gear in campus residence halls. The result is state-of-the-art connectivity for the Wolfpack’s tech-savvy students.
Students Explore Social Issues in Forum
Students unwrap the roots of society’s biases and systems of oppression in the Social Justice Cohort, a regular forum at NC State’s GLBT Center.
Breaking Bread Program Seeks Hosts
A campus program matches American hosts with international students for cross-cultural conversations and a meal. Find out how you can participate.
At 100, Retired Prof Recalls Postwar Campus
In the boom years after World War II, Emmett Dillard joined thousands of veterans crowding NC State to earn their college degrees. The one-time mayor of Trailwood and longtime professor of animal science turns 100 this week.
Notes from Tanzania: Reflections from the Field and Next Steps
Scientists, governments and organizations must collaborate to solve the complex problem of cassava mosaic disease.
New Multicultural Director Shares Vision
Nashia Whittenburg, NC State’s new director of Multicultural Student Affairs, lays out ambitious plans for the coming year, including a living and learning village for women of color, programs for Latina and African-American students and a celebration of Gaelic heritage.