The Library of the Future
When it opens in early January, the Hunt Library will be more than a signature NC State building: it will create new ways to learn, research, collaborate and strengthen the university’s long tradition of leading transformative change.
NIH Funds NC State Science Diversity Efforts
The National Institutes of Health is renewing its support of an NC State program that aims to increase diversity in biomedical and behavioral sciences.
NC State's 2012 freshman class is one of the most accomplished in university history. They boast the highest average SAT score of any group of new freshmen, and a strong record of service and engagement outside the classroom.
A hundred and fifty years after the passage of the Morrill Act, NC State remains committed to the land-grant mission: providing world-class agricultural and mechanical education, and supporting the U.S. military.
Ahead of Schedule
It's rare for an undergraduate to build a strong research record. 2012 alumnus Adam Keith did that and then some, earning a co-author's credit on a paper published in the prestigious journal Nature.
Keeping Language Alive
English professor Walt Wolfram and his students help keep a dialect alive on the Outer Banks.
The New Spring Break
Spring break isn't just about partying. This year, NC State students spent their time off learning about textiles in Peru and teaching linguistics in Ocracoke.
The N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences' Nature Research Center will bring science, and NC State expertise, to the public in some exciting new ways.
Tradition and Transformation
NC State is celebrating 125 years of tradition and transformation.
NC State forensic sciences: Research for the real world
NC State research doesn't live only in the lab: our forensic scientists have helped law enforcement close cases.