NASA Engineer, Leader to Give NC State Fall Commencement Speech
NC State grads will draw inspiration from commencement speaker Christine Mann Darden, an internationally recognized researcher whose work is fueling the development of supersonic jets.
Holiday Open House at The Point
The holiday season is upon us and that means it's time for faculty and staff to join Randy and Susan Woodson at the beautiful chancellor’s residence on Centennial Campus for their annual open house.
Annual ROTC Run Honors Veterans
One day after the worldwide remembrance of the end of World War I, NC State’s ROTC units held their annual two-mile run around campus in honor of Veterans Day.
Veterans Day Run Takes Place Nov. 12
One day after the worldwide remembrance of the end of World War I, NC State’s ROTC units will hold their annual two-mile run around campus in honor of Veterans Day.
Transformative Gift to NC State Names the Wilson College of Textiles
A $28 million gift from Fred Wilson and family names the College of Textiles.
Cates Avenue Closed Part of Thursday
Cates Avenue will be closed from noon to 2 p.m. Thursday from Dan Allen Drive to just in front of Carmichael Gym for the dedication of Holmes Hall. Friday's Homecoming Parade will close much of Hillsborough Street from 5:30 p.m until 7 p.m.
NC State Co-Hosts Smart Cities Summit Oct. 31
Collaboration among academia, industry and government is at the heart of the Smart Cities Summit. Check out the event to learn about smart cities, smart technologies and how NC State plays a role.
Chancellor Woodson to Deliver Fall Address Nov. 2
As part of Red and White Week — NC State's weeklong Homecoming celebrations — Chancellor Woodson will deliver his annual address to the university community.
Holmes Hall Honors Groundbreaking Graduate, Athlete
Irwin Holmes, NC State's first black graduate and the first varsity athlete to compete at an Atlantic Coast Conference school, will be honored for his perseverance and dedication to the university when the University College Commons is renamed Holmes Hall.
Jazz Converges With Math and Painting in New Exhibit
The newest Gregg Museum exhibit, 'All the Possibilities of Filling in Sixteenths (65,536),' showcases the work of Durham artist and jazz saxophonist Vernon Pratt. It opens Oct. 11.
Early Voting Returns to Talley
For the first time since 2012, the Talley Student Union will be an early voting site for the upcoming midterm elections. Polls will be open seven days a week, Oct. 17 through Nov. 3.
Event Highlights Legacy, Work of African American Cultural Center
The U.S. Postal Services selects the African American Cultural Center to unveil its 2018 Kwanzaa stamp, putting a national spotlight on the center, which has long supported and celebrated people of African descent.
OIT Hosts ‘Fake News’ Event
Five local experts discuss the science and psychology behind fake news and review platforms available to help you separate reality from fiction.
Math in Motion
An NC State mathematician and a dancer have worked together to create a unique modern dance performance that brings math concepts to life.
Rural Setting Fosters Avant-Garde Art Exhibit
Collaborative and experimental artworks by world-famous artists will be displayed in Rural Avant-Garde: The Mountain Lake Experience, an exhibition at the Gregg Museum of Art & Design.