Where to Vote on March 15
North Carolina's primary is less a week away, with important national, state and local issues at stake. One important one for the NC State and higher education communities: the Connect NC bond. Here's what you need to know to cast your ballot on March 15.
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."
Swartzel Elected to National Academy of Engineering
An NC State researcher responsible for major advances in food science and technology has earned one of the engineering profession's highest accolades.
A Primer on Political Activities
With two major projects included in the upcoming Connect NC Bond, NC State has a vested interest this legislative initiative. However, university employees are limited in what they can do to advocate for any political cause. Here are some guidelines from the Office of General Counsel.
Alumna Astronaut Appears at Stewart
NC State alumna Christina Hammock Koch will speak at Stewart Theatre on Monday at 3 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.
Alum Pitches People Mover
Marshall Brain envisions a creative solution for moving students, faculty and staff around NC State’s expansive campus.
State Leaders Promote Proposed Bond
North Carolina voters will vote on a $2 billion bond package during the state's March 15 primary. The proposed bond includes $160 million for two buildings on NC State's Centennial Campus, the Engineering Oval and the Plant Science Initiative.
DeSimone to Receive National Medal of Technology and Innovation
The White House announced on Tuesday, Dec. 22 the latest recipients of the National Medal of Science and National Medal of Technology and Innovation – our nation’s highest honors for achievement and leadership in advancing the fields of science and […]
A Researcher’s Journey
Heba Al-Mohsin wanted one thing as she pursued her doctorate: the opportunity to do her own research in the laboratory. Follow her remarkable journey from Saudi Arabia to the University of Washington to NC State, which will conclude at Friday's commencement exercises.
Computer science graduate Xavier Primus was accepted into MIT, Georgetown and Duke — and then went to NC State instead. Learn why we’re increasingly the first choice of elite students.