the work

Oct 18, 2012

Holt Brothers Bring Cancer Support Program to Campus

As football players, Terrence and Torry Holt made a lasting impact on NC State. Now, their foundation is coming back to campus to help the children of cancer patients cope.

Oct 17, 2012

Sentiment Sleuths

In the age of Twitter, you don't have to wonder how people feel about the 2012 elections (or anything else). Twitter Viz, developed by NC State computer scientist Christopher Healey and his students, gives a more sophisticated view of all that opinion.

Oct 2, 2012

The Library of the Future

When it opens in early January, the Hunt Library will be more than a signature NC State building: it will create new ways to learn, research, collaborate and strengthen the university’s long tradition of leading transformative change.

Sep 26, 2012

Leaders From the Pack

Few universities can match NC State's record for producing military leaders. From a second-year Navy lieutenant to a retired Army general, meet some of transformational military alumni.

Sep 19, 2012

Fund Helps Innovation Reach the Marketplace

The Chancellor’s Innovation Fund is used for the development and advancement of ideas and discoveries at NC State.

Aug 31, 2012

Our Work Is Transformation

Our work creates impact. From the economy to the environment, we’re transforming the world every day.

Aug 23, 2012

NIH Funds NC State Science Diversity Efforts

The National Institutes of Health is renewing its support of an NC State program that aims to increase diversity in biomedical and behavioral sciences.

Aug 21, 2012

Heroes for the Half-Shelled

For the slow-footed turtle, speed can kill on highways and waterways. Luckily, the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine's Turtle Rescue Team is there to restore injured tortoises.

Jun 25, 2012

Fast 15

The Fast 15, a group of speedy startups built on research from NC State, is bringing new technologies to the marketplace.

May 28, 2012

Ahead of Schedule

It's rare for an undergraduate to build a strong research record. 2012 alumnus Adam Keith did that and then some, earning a co-author's credit on a paper published in the prestigious journal Nature.