Let’s Talk, Says New Faculty Chair
As he begins his term as chair of the faculty, history professor David Zonderman wants more conversation on important issues facing campus.
LeBlanc Hits ‘Project Runway’
Design Professor Justin LeBlanc will be one of 12 contestants in the upcoming season of “Project Runway,” Lifetime Television’s popular fashion reality show.
Kuznetsov Wins Humboldt Award
Andrey V. Kuznetsov, professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, joins an elite group of international academics honored by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation in Germany.
Heart of Darkness
Composer J. Mark Scearce finds inspiration for his new opera in a supernatural tale of soul-wrenching horror. A little night music may end up giving you nightmares.
Not Your Average Statistician
Media coverage of the big data revolution has lots of people talking about statistics. Leading the discussion is NC State's Marie Davidian, who speaks softly but reaches a big audience.
Pride of Place
The kitchen in the new chancellor's residence took top honors in a national home design competition, earning the distinction of "Room of the Year." The Bulletin visits with architect Marvin Malecha in the beautiful home.
No Worries for New Teachers
In her new book, Deanna Dannels helps new teachers overcome the communications worries that keep them up at night. Find out what she has to say in "Teaching Out Loud."
Koch Elected to Nat’l Academy of Engineering
Carl Koch has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering, one of the top professional honors in the field. Learn more about his groundbreaking research.
Work on Poultry Virus Honored
Professor James Guy has been honored for his positive contributions to the poultry industry. Learn about his work to fight a disease common in broiler chickens.
Researchers Regroup Post Sandy
Researchers return to New York City next month to continue their study of insect populations in urban areas in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
With the help of Maryam Mohaghegh’s language skills, National Geographic crosses cultures to make the natural sciences come alive for people in Iran.
Taylor Awarded Leopold Fellowship
Laura Taylor is one of just 20 environmental researchers in North America to receive the prestigious Leopold Leadership Fellowship for 2013.
Another Emmy for ‘In the Garden’
"In the Garden with Bryce Lane" strikes Emmy gold for the second time, bringing home the iconic award last week for the best informational program in the region.
African Childhood Inspires Novel
For her first novel, "A Different Sun," English Professor Elaine Orr draws inspiration from her parents, her Nigerian homeland and a 160-year-old diary of a Baptist missionary.
Racing to Stop the Cankerworm
Who do you call when the pesky cankerworm is out of control? Entomologist Steve Frank and his team at the Urban Ecology Lab. See them in action.