September 2017 Announcements
Find out the latest happenings with NC State faculty and staff, including awards and honors, upcoming events, professional development opportunities and more.
Nominations Open for Honorary Degrees
At NC State, honorary degrees recognize individuals whose achievements are extraordinary and have lasting distinction. Usual degree requirements for an academic degree are waived to bestow honors on those who have made exceptional contributions to a specific field or to […]
Tailored for Transfers
Nearly one quarter of NC State’s undergraduate students start their career elsewhere. Two such transfer students sat down to talk about their experiences coming to NC State and participating in campus life.
Young Men Take Initiative to Excel
The Black Male Initiative strives to establish a brotherhood and develop leaders among black male students in the Avent Ferry Complex. The group works together to break through negative challenges facing black males.
Where Learning is a Way of Life
NC State’s Living and Learning Villages provide students with an experiential education outside the classroom. The 16 villages also help create a sense of community in a campus with more than 35,000 students.
NC State Students Go Global
Thanks to Global Village, NC State students gain international experience and cultural competency right on campus.
Striving for Sustainability
EcoVillage helps students strengthen their passion for sustainability through community service, field trips, social events and educational programming.
Gregg Museum Reveals First-Class Renovation
The Gregg Museum reopens this weekend in its new complex on Hillsborough Street. Director Roger Manley explains how the museum grew from an informal collection into an impressive home for the arts.
NC State Rises in Minority STEM Rankings
Diverse Issues in Higher Education magazine has included NC State in its minority STEM graduates rankings for the new academic year.
At 100, Retired Prof Recalls Postwar Campus
In the boom years after World War II, Emmett Dillard joined thousands of veterans crowding NC State to earn their college degrees. The one-time mayor of Trailwood and longtime professor of animal science turned 100 recently and reflected on his time on campus.