Engineering Graduate Student Wins Lemelson-MIT Student Prize
Ph.D. student Alexander Richter wins a prestigious prize for innovative, pest-controlling nanoparticles.
NC State Selects 39 Park Scholars for Class of 2019
North Carolina State University’s Park Scholarships program has named 39 students to its Class of 2019. Recipient biographies, listed by N.C. county, state and nation, are available via PDF. “The Class of 2019 has the distinction of being the 20th […]
Duke Energy Grant to Fund Renewable Energy, Diversity Efforts at NC State
New grant powers smart grid, diversity efforts.
NSF Director to Speak at NC State Commencement
NC State graduates will hear inspiring words from astrophysicist France A. Cordova, director of the National Science Foundation, at spring commencement.
Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity Disbanded at NC State
The Tau Chapter of the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity has been disbanded after the discovery of a pledge book that contained offensive comments. Chancellor Randy Woodson has ordered a thorough review of the Greek Life system at NC State.
NC State Creates Our Three Winners Scholarship Fund
NC State University Chancellor Randy Woodson today announced the creation of the “Our Three Winners” scholarship endowment to honor three exceptional members of the Wolfpack family whose lives were cut tragically short. The endowment, which has been created with insights […]
On the Rhodes Again
Junior business major Harrison Rhodes will balance his studies and his speed as a fulltime student and fulltime driver on NASCAR's Xfinity series. He opens this season on Saturday at the historic Daytona International Speedway.
Fall 2014 Commencement
More than 3,400 new NC State graduates got their degrees on Dec. 18. Keynote speaker Vivian Howard, 2000 alum and PBS TV star, offered words of wisdom.
NC State Joins Healthy Campus Initiative
NC State joins a national effort to improve campus wellness, nutrition. Get the details about 23 wellness-related guidelines the university will strengthen or implement over the next three years.
Think and Do No Harm
A Web-based tool to help people make better decisions about new technologies, such as genetically engineered plants, nabs a top prize at an international competition. Meet the NC State students behind the innovative project.