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Jan 29, 2016

Narrowing the Completion Gap

A new report from the nonprofit Education Trust shows that NC State is among the top schools in the nation shrinking the disparity in graduation rates between white and underrepresented minority students. 

Jan 21, 2016

Grad Students: A Class of Their Own

Thanks to training and support programs, graduate students earn high marks for the quality of their teaching at NC State. 

Jan 13, 2016

A Dream Renewed

NC State digital humanities scholars are using technology to illuminate Martin Luther King's words in new ways, allowing the public to not only read or listen to his speeches, but experience them. 

Dec 17, 2015

A Researcher’s Journey

Heba Al-Mohsin wanted one thing as she pursued her doctorate: the opportunity to do her own research in the laboratory. Follow her remarkable journey from Saudi Arabia to the University of Washington to NC State, which will conclude at Friday's commencement exercises. 

Dec 17, 2015

Hand-Me-Down Gowns? Kinda

Since 2011, NC State Bookstores has sold graduation gowns made in sustainable style from recycled plastic bottles. 

Dec 16, 2015

NC State to Hold Commencement Ceremony Dec. 18

Nearly 3,600 students will graduate this week. 

Dec 2, 2015

Former Ambassador to Give NC State Fall Commencement Speech

Graduates will hear inspiring words from Karl Eikenberry, former U.S. ambassador to Afghanistan, and meet World Food Prize winner Pedro A. Sanchez during the Dec. 18 ceremony.  

Nov 19, 2015

Real-World Entrepreneurs

At downtown's HQ Raleigh, NC State Poole College of Management students work with real-world entrepreneurs and learn what it takes to launch successful startups.  

Nov 19, 2015

CMI Focuses on Translational Medicine

The newly established Comparative Medicine Institute (CMI) wants to make it easier to translate basic research into clinical applications that will improve the health of both people and animals. 

Nov 12, 2015

Cherokee Language Film Wins Awards

The documentary about the Cherokee language made by NC State linguistics professor Walt Wolfram and his colleagues in the North Carolina Language and Life Project recently won awards at three film festivals.