Council Honored With 2017 Godwin Red Torch Award
Alumna Kathryn Council is honored for her work to further the mission of the NC State University Foundation. Learn about her generous efforts to support the university.
AgPack Strong: A World of Possibilities
Kim Shearer has always loved plants. Shearer, who earned NC State degrees in plant biology and horticultural science in 2013, is now the tree and shrub breeder at The Morton Arboretum in Lisle, Ill.
Above the Battlefields of World War I
James Allen Higgs Jr., a Raleigh native and two-time engineering graduate of NC State, had a birds-eye view of the battlefields of France during the First World War.
Alumna Brings Sloth Love to Hunt Library
Zoology alumna Sam Trull, co-founder of The Sloth Institute in Costa Rica, helps raise baby sloths who have lost their mothers and also educates the public about these fascinating creatures.
Silicon Valley Favors NC State Alumni
When the top technology firms in California go looking for high-skill workers, they often turn to recent NC State graduates, a new study has shown.
Bee the Change: New Apiary on Centennial Campus
Thanks to a public-private partnership, Centennial Campus is now home to 150,000 honeybees in seven beehives. The new apiary will create opportunities for tours and other forms of pollinator-related education.
Dean, Faculty and Alum Headline Story Collider Event
Jeff Braden, dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, joins an eclectic group of storytellers at a free Story Collider event in Kinston April 18. The five speakers will relate true, personal stories about blazing new trails and exploring new territory in science.
The Names in the Belltower
A total of 34 NC State students and alumni were killed in World War I. Here are the men listed in the chapel of the Belltower and how they died in service to the country.
World War I Transformed NC State
Few things changed the landscape of newly renamed North Carolina College of Agriculture and Engineering than the United States' entry into World War I, 100 years ago today.
MythBusters Finalist Inspired to Work With Kids
NC State alum Tamara Robertson won’t be the next MythBusters host, but she can still help youngsters break into the exciting world of science and technology.