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Mar 31, 2015

Listeriosis and Produce: What’s the Connection? …

Post on Listeria’s history with produce an NC State graduate student in the Department of Food, Bioprocessing and Nutrition Sciences. Ben Chapman, youth, family & community sciences; Matt Shipman, news services; and Danisha Garner, food, bioprocessing and nutrition […] 

Mar 31, 2015

The Rolling Stones coming to Carter-Finley Stadium this summer

The Rolling Stones are headed to Raleigh for a summer concert at NC State’s  Carter-Finley Stadium. 

Mar 31, 2015

A path towards innovating nuclear energy

From 3-5 March, more than 120 global energy experts met in six cities across the USA to discuss innovation in nuclear energy. The events were hosted by Oregon State University, the University of New Mexico, Boise […] 

Mar 31, 2015

Public Release: 31-Mar-2015 President Obama announces …

An NC State engineering outreach coordinator is a recipient of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Mentoring from the White House. Elizabeth Parry, engineering-academic affairs, featured. 

Mar 30, 2015

First Friday: Showcasing the state’s best in Raleigh

“The Best of North Carolina” art show features “Three Tables, ” the work of former NC State College of Design professor George Bireline. 

Mar 30, 2015

President Obama recognizes …

An NC State engineering outreach coordinator is a recipient of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Mentoring from the White House. Elizabeth Parry, engineering-academic affairs, featured. 

Mar 30, 2015

Report: NC State offers best value

According to a recent study by personal-finance website SmartAsset.com, NC State offers the best value in the state for a good education at a good price. 

Mar 30, 2015

Wearable Sensors To Monitor Triggers For Asthma, And More

Multidisciplinary team of researchers are using nanotechnology to develop small, wearable sensors that monitor a person’s immediate environment, as well as the wearer’s vital signs. Veena Misra, electrical & computer engineering, featured. 

Mar 31, 2015

Video: Wearable sensors to monitor triggers for asthma …

Multidisciplinary team of researchers are using nanotechnology to develop small, wearable sensors that monitor a person’s immediate environment, as well as the wearer’s vital signs. Veena Misra, electrical & computer engineering, featured. 

Mar 29, 2015

Fred Cubbage: Second chance for NCSU, Hofmann Forest

Opinion regarding the March 18 news article “NCSU unveils new forest plan.” Fred Cubbage, forestry, featured.