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Chancellor Woodson and Leigh-Kathryn Bonner sit down for an interview at the Bee Downtown offices.

Jun 8, 2022

Chancellor Woodson Talks Bees, Entrepreneurship With Bee Downtown Founder

In episode four of Red Chair Chats, Chancellor Woodson interviews NC State alumna and Bee Downtown founder Leigh-Kathryn Bonner. 

Adam Meade standing in a hallway

Jun 8, 2022

Blazing a New Trail

On the heels of inventing a game-changing personality test, Psychology Professor Adam Meade launched a startup company and recently won two national awards. 

south asian young man rides a motorized bike on a dirt street lined with small buildings

Jun 7, 2022

Creativity as Survival: Crowdsourcing Unexpected Ways We Use Technology

The researchers are seeking examples of how people use mobile, networked technologies to accomplish unexpected things. 

an older man drives a car in heavy traffic

Jun 1, 2022

New Tool Helps Older Adults Monitor ‘Attentional Performance’ During Driving

Researchers have demonstrated the tool can predict which drivers are at increased risk of having accidents. 

woman at a political demonstration holds a sign reading "Grab em by the midterms"

May 31, 2022

New Studies Shed Light on Election-Related Stress

Anticipating stress related to elections can affect your emotional well-being before anything has even happened. 

Parker Mitchell and Noah Weaver pose in their grad caps and gowns

May 16, 2022

‘I Feel So Blessed’ — Meet #NCState22 Best Friends Parker and Noah

As part of our graduation video series, these elementary school friends reflect on how NC State brought them closer together. 

an older man looks at his computer screen

May 12, 2022

Study Finds Realism a Key Factor in Driving Engagement with Virtual Reality Videos

And engagement is a key factor in determining whether viewers will watch more VR videos in the future. 

woman wearing a facemask holds an infant

May 2, 2022

Study Highlights Stresses – and ‘Silver Linings’ – of Pandemic for Moms with Limited Resources

The work highlights the need for additional resources to support low-income families. 

Eduardo C. Corral and the cover of his second book, guillotine, published by Graywolf Press. Photo by Nicholas Nichols.

Apr 13, 2022

Cutting Through the Noise

NC State poet and professor Eduardo C. Corral untangles the chaos of everyday life — and earns a 2022 Guggenheim Fellowship for his efforts. 

brick building next to trees

Apr 12, 2022

Two Professors Named National Humanities Center Fellows

Professors Blair Kelley and Jason Miller will work on individual research projects during yearlong fellowships at the National Humanities Center. 

Anne Auten

Apr 7, 2022

Anne Auten on the Importance of Women’s Literature

The University Honors and Scholars Program recently spoke the English lecturer and TH!NK faculty fellow, about her honors seminar and women's literature. 

Memorial Belltower

Apr 7, 2022

MFA Poetry Alum Wins Prestigious Writing Prize

Poet Ina Cariño, who earned their Master of Fine Arts in creative writing from NC State, is one of 10 recipients of a 2022 Whiting Award. 

a doctor looks something up on a handheld device

Apr 4, 2022

Helping People with Opioid Addiction Get the Treatment They Need

The project provides a wealth of resources aimed at addressing opioid use disorder in the U.S. 

The NC State Belltower at dusk and night. Photo by Marc Hall

Mar 30, 2022

Graduate Programs Rise in Rankings

This year's U.S. News rankings bring good news for graduate programs across the university. Three programs place in the top 10 nationwide while numerous other graduate programs advance. 

several Black young people kneel as part of a Black Lives Matter protest

Mar 17, 2022

Study Highlights Relationship Between Racism, Activism and Stress

The study highlights the feedback loop between racism, stress and anti-racist activism in young Black people.