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A researchers studying how drones can detect poachers and count wildlife in Namibia is juxtaposed against the Milky Way at night.

Sep 2, 2020

Envisioning Research Contest Winners Show Artistic Exploration

The winners of the 2020 Envisioning Research Contest brought a new light to their discoveries at NC State. 

Students make their way up the central stairwell in the newly renovated D.H. Hill Library on the first day of classes, 2020.

Aug 12, 2020

The Hill Library Renovation Brings Joy, Opportunities for Success

After a yearlong renovation, D.H. Hill Library is brighter, more spacious and more welcoming. 

An old book is removed from the BookBot's drawer.

May 15, 2020

Building Shakespeare’s Digital Legacy

NC State scholars will explore the power of digital archives in a groundbreaking partnership with the world's preeminent Shakespeare library. 

Woman in a kitchen using a laptop computer on a counter

Apr 7, 2020

Professional Development Available at No Cost Through LinkedIn Learning

NC State faculty and staff have free access to a vast online library of instructional videos and practice files covering a broad array of business, creative and technology topics. 

Margaret Atwood

Nov 18, 2019

Margaret Atwood and the Biotechnology of Tomorrow

Renowned author Margaret Atwood visited NC State to discuss fiction's role in the future of biotechnology and genetic engineering. 

Aug 31, 2017

Faculty, Staff Invited to Nutter Retirement Event

Faculty, staff and colleagues are invited to the Oct. 11 retirement celebration for Vice Provost and Director of Libraries Susan Nutter as she concludes her 30 years of service to the NCSU Libraries. 

Feb 23, 2017

Bye-Bye, Textbooks?

Nearly seven in 10 college students say they have not purchased a textbook for financial reasons, even at the risk of academic performance. That's one of the reasons NCSU Libraries created the Alt Textbook Project, which provides mini-grants and support for faculty to adopt, adapt or create free and open alternatives to textbooks. 

Oct 19, 2016

Celebrate All Things NC State During Red and White Week

The annual Red and White Week leading up to next Saturday's Homecoming football game against Boston College at Carter-Finley will have a slew of activities, from Chancellor Randy Woodson's annual fall address next Friday afternoon to food and beer presentations to free Howling Cow ice cream on Stafford Commons for students. 

Oct 12, 2016

The End of the World As We Know It?

Author Paul Ehrlich, professor of population studies and biological sciences at Stanford, will join NC State professor Rob Dunn to talk about the challenges created by explosive worldwide population growth. The free event is slated for Wednesday night at the Hunt Library auditorium. 

Sep 8, 2016

Rediscover MLK’s Impact at ‘Experiencing King’

Next weekend, NC State is opening its doors for "Experiencing King," a two-day series of events that will give the public a chance to rediscover Martin Luther King Jr.'s impact on the state of North Carolina and the nation through stage drama, documentary film, recently unearthed audio archives, modern art and immersive technologies that re-create the experience of what it was like to attend two of King's landmark speeches in North Carolina. 

Aug 18, 2016

Walk the Wild Side of Campus

Faculty and staff can volunteer to participate in the Wolfpack Citizen Science Challenge and help discover what kind of mammals prowl the NC State campus at night.