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.
Explore NC State’s Hallowed Places
NC State's legacy of innovation and enterprise is reflected across campus in the university's hallowed places. Join us on a tour that explores NC State's past and points the way to its future.
NC State to Hold Open House for Prospective Students Saturday
Thousands of prospective students will find out how to join the Wolfpack during NC State's Open House this Saturday.
NC State Prepares for Academic Year
NC State begins fall semester, ushering in a new Wolfpack freshman class and a new academic year.
A Makers’ Place
Maker Faire North Carolina is a celebration of the state's thinkers and doers. NC State students will put their projects on display there this weekend.
The 2014 graduates left NC State with more than 5,200 degrees -- and career-ready skills that put them on the road to prosperity.
NC State to Hold Commencement Ceremony May 10
North Carolina State University will confer degrees on more than 5,200 graduating students during its spring commencement exercise, beginning at 9 a.m. Saturday, May 10, in the PNC Arena in Raleigh. Media coverage is invited. During the ceremony, Chancellor Randy […]
NC State Selects 41 Park Scholars
Forty-one high school seniors have been named to the North Carolina State University Park Scholarships Class of 2018. Recipient biographies, listed by North Carolina county, state and nation, are available. “In this landmark year for the Park Scholarships and NC […]
Howling Robots: One Student’s Path From the Classroom to the Theme Park
Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Tim Peeler, who writes for NC State University Communications. Now that she’s the co-creator of a robotic wolf, Michelle Phillips’ career path into the field of animatronics seems obvious. But that wasn’t […]
Urbanization, Higher Temperatures Can Influence Butterfly Emergence Patterns
An international team of researchers has found that a subset of common butterfly species are emerging later than usual in urban areas located in warmer regions, raising questions about how the insects respond to significant increases in temperature.