Meet Finalists for OIED Chief
You’re invited to meet the finalists for vice provost for institutional equity and diversity at a series of open forums on campus.
Avant-Garde Musician Pulls Out Stops in Digital Concert
Acclaimed organist Cameron Carpenter performs a selection of music from Star Wars to Ravel and Bach. Experience the wonder of the International Touring Organ in Stewart Theatre on March 19.
Where to Vote on March 15
North Carolina's primary is less a week away, with important national, state and local issues at stake. One important one for the NC State and higher education communities: the Connect NC bond. Here's what you need to know to cast your ballot on March 15.
2 New Charging Stations on Campus
NC State makes it more convenient to charge up your electric vehicle on main campus with the addition of two charging stations.
Scherr: Renowned Artist, Beloved Teacher
Raleigh’s arts community mourns the passing of artist, designer and educator Mary Ann Scherr, whose pioneering work in product design, jewelry and illustration spanned seven decades.
Rock’N’Roll Raleigh Returns for 3rd Encore
The three-day race weekend will impact traffic on NC State's Centennial Campus on Sunday, April 10. Find all the information about the 5K, the half-marathon and the marathon here. The races will, however, fill the City of Oaks with live music all weekend.
Rethinking Roots of Modern China
NC State’s annual History Weekend is slated for Saturday, March 19, at Withers Hall. “Rethinking the Roots of Modern China” brings two leading scholars of Chinese history to NC State’s campus.
TEDx Taps 2 Visionary Faculty
TEDxRaleigh 2016 features two NC State faculty members at its annual conference in March. Learn more about these revolutionary visionaries and their “ideas worth sharing."
Students Design Sustainability Solutions
At NC State's inaugural Make-A-Thon, 42 students on 11 teams competed to create new solutions to campus sustainability challenges.
Reynolds Work to Close Cates Ave.
Beginning on Friday and going through the weekend, Cates Avenue will be closed at between Jeter Drive and Morrill Drive to all through traffic and pedestrians. Wolfline and Wolfprowl bus service will also be altered.