The End of the World As We Know It?
Author Paul Ehrlich, professor of population studies and biological sciences at Stanford, will join NC State professor Rob Dunn to talk about the challenges created by explosive worldwide population growth. The free event is slated for Wednesday night at the Hunt Library auditorium.
New Faculty Clusters Website Launches
Check out the new user-friendly guide to everything you ever wanted to know about the Chancellor's Faculty Excellence Program.
Symposium Highlights New Clusters
Attend a free event introducing the university’s newest faculty clusters. Wayne Holden, president of RTI International, will give the keynote address.
The Home of Think and Do
For 128 years, NC State has been tasked with creating economic, societal and intellectual prosperity for all. That's a lofty goal, but our successes continue to come thick and fast. Learn why we're the home of Think and Do.
Process for Next Round of Faculty Clusters
Chancellor Randy Woodson has announced a second call for faculty cluster proposals. This new proposal round will identify four to six additional clusters and fund approximately 15 to 20 new faculty lines.
A Research Treasure Trove
A decades-old resource -- the Eastman Chemical Company's Max A. Weaver Dye Library -- could unlock research breakthroughs in sustainable energy, cancer treatment, forensics and more. And it now lives at NC State.
Lange: Stay the Course on Clusters
In an address at the Hunt Library, Duke Provost Peter Lange praises NC State's new interdisciplinary faculty clusters and urges the university to remain committed to the innovative effort.
UNC Paper Praises NC State Clusters
Carolina's student newspaper says NC State has the right idea when it comes to interdisciplinary research. Find out why the Daily Tar Heel endorses faculty clusters.
Lange to Deliver Symposium Keynote
Duke University Provost Peter Lange headlines a symposium in the Hunt Library on the rewards and challenges of interdisciplinary collaboration.
Clusters Create New Campus Culture
NC State welcomes the first faculty members hired under the Chancellor's Faculty Excellence Program, an initiative to speed research and discoveries across 12 fields of study.