Encore Presentation About Eastern Coyotes
Roland Kays, head of the Biodiversity Research Lab at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Science and an NC State research associate professor, will reprise his presentation about Easter coyotes tonight at the Hunt Library auditorium.
NC State’s MLK Day Commemoration Speech Rescheduled
Television personality and author Roland Martin will be the featured speaker at NC State's Martin Luther King Day commemoration. His speech, postponed from last week because of inclement weather, will be Monday, Jan. 23, at Stewart Theatre.
Come See NC State’s Build-A-Block
A drop-in reception for those who have supported NC State's Build-A-Block partnership with Habitat for Humanity of Wake County will be held Wednesday from noon to 2 p.m. at the worksite off Lake Wheeler Road. RSVP by Friday to attend.
See the Future in 4D
Imagine a world where buildings and machines can self-assemble, replicate and repair themselves. Hear all about it from MIT professor Skylar Tibbits on Jan. 30 at Stewart Theatre.
Governor’s Inaugural Ball Returns to NC State
For the first time in 32 years, NC State will host the North Carolina Governor's Inaugural Ball, with events at newly renovated Reynolds Coliseum and Talley Student Union on Saturday.
Employee Appreciation at Women’s Basketball
Faculty and staff can request a free ticket for the NC State-Miami women's basketball game on Jan. 5 at recently renovated Reynolds Coliseum. Friends and family can purchase a ticket for $3 each.
EIF to Focus on ‘Kidonomics’
The two-year focus of the 2017-18 Emerging Issues Forum will be Kidonomics: The Economics of Early Childhood Investment, examining the connections between early childhood investments, North Carolina’s economy and the development of a well-trained workforce.
NC State to Hold Commencement Ceremony Dec. 16
More than 3,500 NC State students will graduate on Friday, bringing the total to nearly 9,000 degrees awarded in 2016.
Improve Your Computer IQ in 2017
It’s easy to add to your storehouse of knowledge about computer and Web applications thanks to training courses offered by the Office of Information Technology beginning in January. Register now before classes fill up.
Nile Project Concert Coming in March
Thanks to outside grants and support from both the NC State Sustainability Fund and the NC State Foundation, the Nile Project concert is slated for March 15 at Stewart Theatre.