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Sep 14, 2023

New Marketing Analytics Student Brings Global Education and Journalism Background to Poole College

Incoming Marketing Analytics student Ilin Misaras talks about what she’s learned in her career about communicating with diverse audiences – and how she hopes to combine data analytics and storytelling to communicate more effectively. 

Sep 14, 2023

Incoming Marketing Analytics Student Boosts Analytics Skills to Tell Stories, Advance Equity

Incoming graduate student Olivia Rojas chose NC State’s MMA program to add more value to her creative background and to sharpen her analytics skills in order to leverage data for good. 

three signs are attached to a chain link fence. The signs read: "Don't Give Up", "You Are Not Alone", and "You Matter".

Sep 11, 2023

Study Sheds Light on Increased Reports of Suicidal Behavior in Teens

Some of the increase appears to be due to changes in how health professionals screen for and report on suicidal thoughts. 

Chancellor Woodson poses for a photo with (left to right) Michael Evans, barista Sam, and Lindsay Wrege.

Jul 25, 2023

Chancellor Woodson Talks Mission-Driven Entrepreneurship With 321 Coffee Founders

In episode six of Red Chair Chats, Chancellor Woodson sits down with alumni Lindsay Wrege and Michael Evans to talk about their mission-driven coffee shop. 

two adult Ukrainian refugees stand by a roadside. One of them is holding a child. The road signs tell you that the scene is inside the European Union.

Jun 12, 2023

Ukraine Refugees Could Boost Europe’s GDP

The influx of Ukrainian refugees across Europe will improve long-term GDP for European countries that invest in infrastructure and other capital improvements. 

Frankie and Debbie Antonelli

May 11, 2023

A Mother’s Love in Free Throws

Debbie Antonelli’s family is off the hook this year. Her husband and three sons won’t have to take her to a fork-and-cloth-napkin restaurant to celebrate Mother’s Day — the only thing the accomplished television analyst and former NC State women’s basketball player ever really wants her all-male tribe to give her on that day. She’ll be… 

Red fireworks light up the sky above the Belltower as an explosive end to Packapalooza 2022.

Apr 26, 2023

Graduate Programs Keep Climbing in Rankings

This year's U.S. News rankings bring good news for NC State’s graduate programs. Three programs placed in the top five nationwide, while numerous other graduate programs advanced. 

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Apr 25, 2023

Computational ‘Short Cuts’ Offer Fast Answers to Complex Supply Chain Problems

The tools can give businesses important supply chain information quickly. 

Katelyn Tuohy has already won national championships in three sports, set two nationals collegiate records

Apr 20, 2023

NC State’s Most Accomplished Athlete in Three … Tuohy … One

Katelyn Tuohy remembers the exact moment she decided to bring her running talents to NC State. It was a cold and windy New York morning and she was trying to finish off an indoor workout on, of all things, the treadmill in her family’s basement. The idea of warm Southern breezes and mild falls that stretched… 

Saul Flores at a subway station in Brooklyn.

Feb 20, 2023

Walking the Walk

Saul Flores' memories of his 2010 journey from Ecuador to the United States are never far from his mind. Today, the NC State alumnus speaks on college campuses across the nation about his experiences tracing the "Walk of the Immigrants." 

Mr. and Ms. Wuf with the Strolling Professor statue

Jan 24, 2023

Education, Computer IT Move Up in Online Rankings

U.S. News delivers good news for two of NC State's graduate programs in this year's ranking of the nation's top online degrees. Programs for veterans in business, education and engineering also score honors. 

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Jan 9, 2023

When Taxes Go Up, Execs Increase Profits from Insider Trading

The increase in insider trading puts companies at risk, even when the trades are legal. 

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Sep 27, 2022

Study Outlines One Way Employers Can Head Off ‘Quiet Quitting’

The findings can inform everything from office layouts to assigning mentors to new employees. 

Jonathan Keane and Jim Rice at one-year reunion after near-fatal accident.

Sep 7, 2022

Alum Recounts How Near-Fatal Accident at Ballpark Changed His Life

Forty years ago, 4-year-old Jonathan Keane was struck by a foul ball at a Boston Red Sox game. Today, the Poole College alumnus and CEO of a Raleigh call-center company recounts how the line drive that fractured his skull impacted his life in profound ways, inspiring his people-centered business model. 

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Aug 10, 2022

New AI Meets Profit, Risk Goals for Complex Financial Portfolios

The AI meets investment risk and return goals for large-scale portfolios containing hundreds of assets.