With world-leading faculty, high-performing students and an approach that gets results, NC State is emerging as the leader in solution-driven, public-private partnerships.
The 2014 graduates left NC State with more than 5,200 degrees -- and career-ready skills that put them on the road to prosperity.
A Research Treasure Trove
A decades-old resource -- the Eastman Chemical Company's Max A. Weaver Dye Library -- could unlock research breakthroughs in sustainable energy, cancer treatment, forensics and more. And it now lives at NC State.
Fashion evolves with every problem solved at Art2Wear.
The Space Solution
Astrophysicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson discusses science education, the big-bang theory -- and "The Big Bang Theory."
North Carolina Literary Festival Reading List
Here's your 2014 North Carolina Literary Festival reading list: five novels from authors speaking or reading at Hunt Library April 3-6.
The 2014 North Carolina Literary Festival
Meet best-selling authors, including Pulitzer Prize winners Junot Díaz, Richard Ford and Paul Muldoon, as NC State hosts the 2014 North Carolina Literary Festival. The festival runs April 3–6.
5 Questions With Richard Ford
Author Richard Ford discusses life, literature and teaching in an exclusive interview with the Bulletin. See Ford and other acclaimed authors at the North Carolina Literary Festival next month.
5 Questions With Lev Grossman
Best-selling author Lev Grossman talks about trends in literature, his day job as a critic and the connection between magic and religion. Read the Bulletin's exclusive interview and make plans to attend the upcoming N.C. Literary Festival.
It's not every day that a veterinarian runs into an animal like Lobo, a binturong. The tree-dwelling carnivore is native to Southeast Asia, but NC State veterinary medicine students learn to treat him and other wild animals by joining the carnivore team.