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Sep 28, 2015

Goodnight Scholars Program Reaches for Stars

Based on both merit and income, NC State's unique Goodnight Scholars Program provides important opportunities for students - and for the community the scholars serve. 

Sep 28, 2015

NC State Joins Coalition to Improve College Application Process

NC State joins more than 80 colleges and universities to provide more robust college planning and application tools to high school students. 

Sep 24, 2015

Harrelson Lecture Nominees Sought

Staff, faculty and students are encouraged to make nominations for the 2016 Harrelson Lecture. 

Sep 16, 2015

Go Eat a Bug

Grad student instructor Steve Grodsky challenges students to communicate science--by eating bugs. 

Sep 13, 2015

NC State Earns High Marks on College Scorecard

The federal government’s new College Scorecard shows that the vast majority of NC State alumni earn well above the national average after moving into the workforce. Plus, the university offers a high graduation rate and low cost, the database finds. 

Sep 11, 2015

Design Dean to Retire at End of Semester

Marvin Malecha, a nationally respected architect whose passion for excellence and innovation has shaped the College of Design for two decades, is retiring in December. 

Aug 27, 2015

Buddy System for Dissertation Writers

There’s nothing easy about writing your dissertation. Thanks to a new program in the Graduate School, you can join a supportive community during the process. 

Aug 26, 2015

IES Changes Name, Not Initials

Congrats to the newly named Industry Expansion Solutions, previously known as the Industrial Extension Service. 

Aug 18, 2015

Biomedical Engineer Zhen Gu Named to Tech Review’s Top Innovators Under 35

Zhen Gu, an assistant professor in NC State and UNC-Chapel Hill’s joint biomedical engineering program, has been named one of MIT Technology Review’s “Innovators Under 35” for his work on developing novel drug-delivery systems for treating cancer and diabetes. 

Aug 12, 2015

MLK Dream Resounds in Historic Audio

Five decades after he shared his vision of a just society in a segregated high school gymnasium in North Carolina, Martin Luther King’s dream finds a new voice.