NC State to Boost Study Abroad
The university pledges to increase participation in study abroad programs by 50 percent over the next five years, joining a national effort to enhance global opportunities for all students.
Work on Rhetorical Boundaries Honored
A journal article penned by a communication professor and two of his Ph.D. students has been named the best research article on rhetoric, writing studies or discourse studies by the Canadian Association for Studies in Discourse and Writing.
The Best of 2013
Look back at the Pack's 2013 highlights: the opening of the library of the future, a history-making gift, a College World Series berth and much more.
In making the finals of "Project Runway," associate design professor Justin LeBlanc shared his story -- and his NC State roots -- with the world.
The university's largest-ever gift benefits the Park Scholarships, one of the country's most prestigious scholarships.
Think and Do
How does NC State solve global challenges? By merging bold thought with purposeful action. See how we're building stable food sources, a smarter energy grid and a smoother supply chain.
Education That Works
During their first week on campus, 4,200 new NC State freshmen will spend a lot of time finding classrooms, dining halls and new friends. Over the four years that follow, they’ll find the personal, professional and intellectual skills to change the world. And they’ll also most likely find their way into good careers and graduate programs where they’ll put those skills to work.
Writing the Book on ‘Big Data’
Computer science professor Nagiza Samatova and her students wanted a better introductory book on a particular approach to data mining. So, they wrote one.
More Than a Library
The Hunt Library's immersive spaces bring learning to life for NC State students and faculty. See how it's transporting midshipmen, English students and forensic scientists.
A STEM Leader
NC State is feeding the economy's fastest-growing fields better than any other land-grant university. A recent US News & World Report study NC State produces a higher percentage of science, technology, engineering and math grads than any other land-grant.