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Jan 29, 2021

2020-21 University Faculty Scholars Named

NC State’s 2020-21 class of University Faculty Scholars was announced today. These 21 early- and mid-career faculty receive this designation in recognition of their outstanding academic achievements and contributions to NC State through their teaching, scholarship and service to the university and beyond. 

Nov 30, 2020

COVID-19 Can’t Stop LEED Lab

When the fall semester took an unexpected turn to online instruction, LEED Lab shifted to embrace the new learning opportunity. 

The Belltower against colorful clouds at sunset.

Nov 3, 2020

2019-20 Awards and Honors

NC State faculty, staff, students and alumni garnered significant recognition for their accomplishments over the past year. Here are a few highlights. 

10 finalists for 3MT

Oct 19, 2020

Virtual Three Minute Thesis Finalists

Ten graduate students will compete Dec. 2 in NC State’s first virtual Three Minute Thesis competition. 

people in hard hats with shovels

Oct 8, 2020

In the Name of Freedom

Professor Victoria Gallagher and student diversity coordinator Joe Johnson are on the board of directors for the new Freedom Park planned for downtown Raleigh. 

traffic sign almost completely submerged by flood waters

Aug 25, 2020

Climate Change and the Challenge of Community Relocation

Climate change will profoundly affect where people live. It already is. 

Photos of the members of the class of 2024 make a mosaic of the number 2024 on Stafford Commons in front of Talley Student Union

Aug 19, 2020

Meet the Newest Members of the Pack

This year’s first-year and transfer students are facing a new kind of fall, but they’re ready to work hard, have fun and make the most of every opportunity. 

Jun 23, 2020

Teamwork that Addresses Flooding Challenges

Philanthropy helps support the work of NC State’s Coastal Dynamics Lab, which helps communities recover from events such as hurricanes and plan for a better future. 

group-of-escaped-slaves

Jun 19, 2020

Land loss has plagued black America since emancipation – is it time to look again at ‘black commons’ and collective ownership?

This is a repost from The Conversation. Authors: Kofi Boone, professor of landscape architecture, College of Design, North Carolina State University; Julian Agyeman, professor of urban and environmental policy and planning, Tufts University Underlying the recent unrest sweeping U.S. cities over police brutality is a fundamental inequity in wealth, land and power that has circumscribed black lives… 

Apr 29, 2020

Natural Learning Initiative Takes Education Outdoors with WolfWare Outreach

The Natural Learning Initiative offers two asynchronous certificate programs for professional development in WolfWare Outreach. The certificate programs are tailored to early childhood and landscape design professionals who want to improve children’s outdoor learning environments.