Scearce Scores Macbeth Ballet
College of Design professor J. Mark Scearse has composed the score for The Carolina Ballet's performance of Macbeth, which will run from April 14-17 at Raleigh's Memorial Auditorium and from April 30-May 1 at the Durham Performing Arts Center.
Durham architect Phil Freelon designs buildings that tell stories — and unite communities. Since graduating from the NC State College of Design in 1975, Freelon has emerged as a go-to architect for structures that honor history and inspire the public, without sacrificing functionality.
Meet Finalists for Design Dean
Three candidates for dean of the College of Design will visit campus next week. Attend open forums to learn more about the finalists.
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."
Disney Trip Has Storybook Ending
A team of NC State students crafted a world of make-believe using their favorite Disney stories to score third place in Disney Imagineering’s 25th Imaginations design competition in California.
Update on Leadership Searches
Search committees are making progress in efforts to fill several leadership positions at NC State.
French Film Festival in January
NC State will host the inaugural Tournées Film Festival from Jan. 14-Feb. 11, 2016, featuring six contemporary and classic French films.
Bid Farewell to Dean Malecha
All faculty and staff are invited to attend a farewell reception for College of Design Dean Marvin Malecha on Wednesday, Dec. 16. Malecha, who has been at NC State since 1994, is retiring.
2015-16 Faculty Scholars Named
Chancellor Randy Woodson announces this year’s University Faculty Scholars, high-performing faculty members recognized for their significant achievements in scholarship, teaching and service.
Design Dean to Retire at End of Semester
Marvin Malecha, a nationally respected architect whose passion for excellence and innovation has shaped the College of Design for two decades, is retiring in December.