NC State Scores for Video Game Design
As the growth of the video game industry continues to soar, NC State ranks among the top schools in the nation offering undergraduate programs in video game design. Check out the latest from the Princeton Review.
Get Ready for Wolfpack Welcome Week
Accept it: Summer's over. Students are on their way back, and campus will be buzzing with activity again, especially while all the newcomers find their way around. At least there won't be anyone lost in the hallways of Harrelson anymore. Be patient, be kind, be helpful.
Red, White and Gold!
In the first international meet of his career, NC State’s Ryan Held helps the United States win a gold medal in the 4x100 freestyle relay in Rio.
Move-In to Impact Traffic, Parking
Campus welcomes students moving in for the fall semester next week. To avoid traffic and parking issues, check out some helpful information from NC State Transportation. And yes, that was a quick summer.
Space, Bees and Cancer: Announcing the Research Image Winners
Simulating the aftermath of an exploding star. Capturing a bee in mid-flight. Tracking how cancer cells move through the blood stream. These are the images that captured first place in NC State’s first Research Image Contest.
Fellowship Eases Financial Burden
The impact of fellowships and scholarships is made possible through the generosity of others. Ask Knightdale High School math teacher Nick Koberstein, recipient of a 2015 Moshakos Family Teacher Education Graduate Fellowship.
Students, Alumni Witness Failed Coup in Turkey
A group of NC State students and alumni participating in a service trip to Turkey is caught up in the unrest surrounding a coup attempt. Read a firsthand account.
Pollinators Welcome Here
NC State students, staff and faculty are driving an effort to create food sources for bees, butterflies and other creatures who help propagate life through strategic plant selection on the university’s urban campus in gardens filled with pollinator-friendly plants.
Incoming CVM Student Named Tillman Scholar
Maj. Amie Pflaum, former Blackhawk helicopter pilot in Afghanistan, is one of 60 Tillman Scholars for 2016, given annually by the Pat Tillman Foundation. She plans to become a public health veterinarian for the U.S. Army, specializing in humanitarian missions in the developing world.
Student’s Startup Helps Creative Teens
NC State senior Nate Myers has developed a startup creative company that helps teens from low-income backgrounds create multimedia projects often promoting social change.