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Oct 19, 2017

Certify Your Workplace, Campus Event for Sustainability

NC State’s University Sustainability Office offers certification for campus workplaces and campus events that incorporate sustainability practices. 

Aug 26, 2013

Let’s Talk, Says New Faculty Chair

As he begins his term as chair of the faculty, history professor David Zonderman wants more conversation on important issues facing campus. 

Aug 5, 2013

White House Honors IEI Director

Anita Brown-Graham, director of NC State's Institute for Emerging Issues, raised the organization's profile last week when she traveled to Washington for a top White House honor. 

J. Mark Scearce, professor of art and design, sits at a piano.

Apr 23, 2013

Heart of Darkness

Composer J. Mark Scearce finds inspiration for his new opera in a supernatural tale of soul-wrenching horror. A little night music may end up giving you nightmares. 

Jeannine Moga in the College of Veterinary Medicine.

Mar 4, 2013

Support From the Heart

A health crisis affecting a pet can be devastating for the whole family. In the College of Veterinary Medicine, client counselor Jeannine Moga provides emotional support in times of grief and worry. 

Dean Malecha in the kitchen he designed.

Feb 19, 2013

Pride of Place

The kitchen in the new chancellor's residence took top honors in a national home design competition, earning the distinction of "Room of the Year." The Bulletin visits with architect Marvin Malecha in the beautiful home. 

Feb 5, 2013

Letters Home

With the help of Maryam Mohaghegh’s language skills, National Geographic crosses cultures to make the natural sciences come alive for people in Iran. 

Jan 30, 2013

Another Emmy for ‘In the Garden’

"In the Garden with Bryce Lane" strikes Emmy gold for the second time, bringing home the iconic award last week for the best informational program in the region. 

Jan 29, 2013

African Childhood Inspires Novel

For her first novel, "A Different Sun," English Professor Elaine Orr draws inspiration from her parents, her Nigerian homeland and a 160-year-old diary of a Baptist missionary. 

Jan 16, 2013

Racing to Stop the Cankerworm

Who do you call when the pesky cankerworm is out of control? Entomologist Steve Frank and his team at the Urban Ecology Lab. See them in action. 

Jennifer Landin in her office.

Jan 14, 2013

Illustration Course Brings Art to Science

Jennifer Landin’s popular biological illustration course teaches students with no prior art experience how to produce stunning and exceptionally detailed art. 

Jan 9, 2013

Exploring the Magic of ‘Life After Life’

This spring Jill McCorkle publishes her first novel in 17 years. Join us for a field trip to McCorkle's Hillsborough farm where she discusses her new book and how she balances her writing, family and teaching. 

Dec 13, 2012

Reviving Small-Town North Carolina

The College of Design’s Community Design Initiative is working hard to invigorate small country towns across the state, including Ramseur in Randolph County. 

Nov 16, 2012

Preserving Southern History

At a recent Speaker Series, English professor Dick J. Reavis describes how he brought a Great Depression-era newspaper into the new millennium by digitizing it. 

Jul 25, 2012

Heart of Gold

Goldsmith Mary Ann Scherr enlightens and inspires at the Crafts Center. Get an insider look at how she does it.