Woodson to Chair APLU Food Security Commission
NC State Chancellor Randy Woodson has been named chair of The Challenge of Change: Engaging Public Universities to Feed the World, a commission convened by the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities.
In 12 years, the Krispy Kreme Challenge has rolled up some impressive numbers: 60,000-plus runners, more than 724,000 doughnuts eaten and nearly $1 million raised for charity.
Pack Pride Drives Rise in Rankings
Students sing NC State’s praises in an annual survey of top schools, touting the university as a high-impact institution with strong alumni support and popular athletic and student health programs.
Carnegie Lauds NC State for Service
NC State is again recognized for its culture of student service and engagement. See how the university's work improves lives on campus and around the world.
Student Scholars Carry Shelton’s Legacy Forward
The Shelton Leadership Center's scholarship programs shape values-based leaders, supporting academics, overseas study, service and more.
Service Dogs Get Free Eye Exams
NC State vets are offering free eye examinations to qualified working or service dogs throughout May.
Service Efforts Get Presidential Nod
NC State's high-intensity service efforts landed the university on the 2013 President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.
Leadership Position a Perfect Fit
Shelly Brown Dobek led the Association of Fraternity and Sorority Advisors through a year of growth and change as the organization's president. Find out why she was the perfect fit for the job.
Prof Pays a Precious Price for Prank
What started out as a snarky comment on social media turned into an unexpected journey for English professor John Kessel.
Putting the State in State Fair
Cow milking, gardening tips and managing livestock are just some of the ways NC State supports the North Carolina State Fair.