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.
Carter-Finley Still a Modernist Marvel
Charles Kahn, a two-time graduate of NC State and a former professor in the College of Design, is one of the three engineers and architects credited with the design of NC State's Carter-Finley Stadium. Take a new look at it through his eyes as the Wolfpack celebrates the 50th anniversary of the stadium's construction, beginning with Thursday night's opener against William & Mary.
Spotlight on College of Design Dean Mark Hoversten
Mark Hoversten begins his time as dean of the NC State College of Design this fall. He previously served as dean of the College of Art and Architecture at the University of Idaho. We spoke with Hoversten about why he’s excited to lead the college into the future.
Engineered for Speed
NC State-trained engineers are an integral part of North Carolina's Speed Month, when NASCAR comes to its native ground for big races at the Charlotte Motor Speedway. Drivers and race teams rely on advanced science and the mechanical and aerodynamic engineering principles.
Hoversten Named Dean of NC State’s College of Design
Student-focused landscape architect will take the reins of the College of Design.
Building a Future
Scholarship support and a Caldwell Fellowship have helped Jocelyn Barahona to pursue her passion for architecture.
Design and Wanderlust
Dylan Impink, 2016 Linda and Turan Duda Traveling Fellow, will document the architecture of Mexico City after graduation.
For 15 years, the annual Art2Wear fashion show has been challenging young designers at NC State to create wearable art and put it in front of a passionate audience. Watch how the 2016 show unfolded.
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.