Shaping the Future
NC State Staff Senate chair and architect for Capital Project Management Angkana Bode recognizes that a little giving in a collective effort can go a long way to shaping future progress. Bode is the NC State Staff Senate chair and an architect with Capital Project Management
Boyette Named NCNG Brigadier General
NC State director of building and maintenance operations Allen Boyette has been promoted to the rank of brigadier general in the North Carolina National Guard.
Navy Engineer Is New AVC for Facilities
NC State alum Doug Morton, a longtime officer with the U.S. Navy Civil Engineer Corps, has been named associate vice chancellor for facilities. He arrives on campus Nov. 15.
Reynolds Reopens in Grand Style
Celebrate the grand reopening of iconic Reynolds Coliseum this weekend and take a quick peek inside.
Pollinators Welcome Here
NC State students, staff and faculty are driving an effort to create food sources for bees, butterflies and other creatures who help propagate life through strategic plant selection on the university’s urban campus in gardens filled with pollinator-friendly plants.
Watch Harrelson’s Death Spiral
For those of you who get a morbid thrill out of watching the final days of Harrelson Hall—who doesn't?—pull up the live webcam of the piece-by-piece demolition of the first circular building ever built on a college campus.
Harrelson Hall: Reclaimed
Harrelson Hall will round out its service at NC State University by going to the recycling bin. Plans are to use at least 90 percent of reclaimed nonhazardous materials for other purposes.
Reduce Energy Use in Heat Wave
Faculty, staff and students are urged to reduce energy use on campus during the heat wave. Find out how you can help.
Keep Warm, but Remain Frugal
Frozen? Probably so, but don't crank the heat too high and don't get sloppy with your energy usage on campus. The power delivery systems aren't designed to handle these extremes.
Lab Grades Green Building Potential
Nelson Hall becomes a living lab for sustainability education as students evaluate the building for LEED certification.