Alumna find success as gymnastics coach
Last summer, Maggie Haney '00 coached Laurie Hernandez on her way to capturing gold for Team USA in the 2016 Olympics.
Alumna spends summer conducting research for NASA
Dawn Kernagis, 39, is a researcher at the Florida Institute for Human & Machine Cognition in Pensacola, Fla., where she focuses on how people function in extreme conditions—under water, in the air and in space.
A trio of alumni hit all the right notes with bluegrass band
Three of the four members of Chatham County Line got their start as students at NC State in the 1990s. Now they are one of the top-drawing bluegrass bands in the Southeast.
Remembering Our Three Winners
To honor the lives and remember the deaths of three alumni from Raleigh, the NC State community is encouraged to volunteer or give donations to a service project of their choice.
Poole College Offers Free Tax Sessions
The NC State Poole College of Management is hosting free income tax preparation assistance sessions for the 2017 income tax return season. The service is offered through the IRS-certified Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program.
Alumni Entrepreneur Network Looks Toward Expansion
The Alumni Association is working—through the NC State Alumni Entrepreneur Network—to connect alumni with each other and with efforts at the university to foster entrepreneurship.
Alumna in the running to be one of the next Mythbusters
Tune in to the Science Channel on Saturday nights to see how Tamara Robertson, who graduated from NC State in 2009 with a degree in chemical engineering, fares in her quest to become a host of a new version of MythBusters.
Alumni Association Leader Honored
Alumni Association Executive Director Benny Suggs '69, a native of Columbus County, was presented with the Order of the Long Leaf Pine, one of the most prestigious awards given to a citizen of the state.
In the past eighteen months, no fewer than six startups have sprung from groundbreaking discoveries in NC State’s Department of Materials Science and Engineering (MSE). Those six companies join more than a dozen other big names founded on the department’s research.
Check out NC State magazine
In the autumn edition of NC State magazine, we take you inside the new "Old Barn." Reynolds Coliseum's $35 million renovation brings the building up-to-date with interactive displays while respecting the building's history. The old noise meter is even on display, and this time you an operate it yourself.
Alums team up to chronicle stories of national park rangers
After close to 29 years as an assistant city manager in Raleigh, Daniel Howe was looking to do something he was “passionate about” in retirement. So he teamed up with photographer Simon Griffiths to write a book about National Park Service rangers.
Engineering Online at NC State rises in national ranking
Engineering Online at NC State has risen to No. 10 in the nation in the 2017 U.S. News & World Report rankings.
Alumni Profile: Adam Newman
Adam Newman ’02 makes all the travel arrangements—from flights to hotel rooms—for the NFL’s Denver Broncos.
Alumni Profile: Jason Brantley
Jason Brantley ’92 leads John Deere’s effort to bring mechanization to African farmers.
A Model Career Path
Arielle Chambers ’14 has found success as a New York-based fashion model.
Alumni Profile: Ben Gravely
Ben Gravely ’63, ’66 MS, ’70 PhD holds so many patents—40 and counting—that he's lost track. The list includes a 1970s solar collector that established him as an alternative energy pioneer.
Woodson Delivers Fall Address
Chancellor Randy Woodson provides an update on NC State's goals for the coming year and a review of recent successes in fundraising, academics, research and outreach.
NC State Research: Combating Zika
At NC State, we seek innovative solutions to emerging problems. In 2016, that means pursuing interdisciplinary research to better understand and combat the spread of the Zika virus.
An Investment in Leadership
A $5 million gift from NC State alumnus Andy Albright and his wife, Jane, will bolster both the NC State Entrepreneurship Initiative and the General H. Hugh Shelton Leadership Center, Chancellor Randy Woodson announced.
Military and Veteran Resource Center Opens
NC State’s active duty, veteran and ROTC populations have a brand-new resource on campus to help meet their specific – and sometimes unique – needs.
A Change of Heart
Leah Dey, once not much of a cat lover, is now a strong advocate for both feline and canine companions, as well as a supporter of the College of Veterinary Medicine with gifts to animal behavioral science, wellness and other programs.
Help With Hurricane Relief Efforts
How to help neighbors near and far who are suffering from the aftereffects of the disaster, which caused flooding and power outages to more than 30 counties in eastern North Carolina.
Spellings to Give Fall Commencement Speech
Margaret Spellings, president of the 17-campus University of North Carolina system, will deliver North Carolina State University’s commencement address on Friday, Dec. 16 at 9 a.m. in the PNC Arena in Raleigh.
NC State Recognized as Bike-Friendly Campus
NC State racks up another honor, nabbing a silver award in the League of American Bicyclists' annual Bicycle Friendly University recognition program.
Shelton Forum to Focus on Cultivating New Leaders
Two prominent authors on leadership will serve as featured speakers at North Carolina State University’s General Hugh Shelton Leadership Forum on Friday, Nov. 18, at the McKimmon Center.
New Scholarship Benefits Wolfpack Families
The NC State’s Employee Dependent’s Tuition Scholarship has distributed a quarter of a million dollars in tuition grants to 127 students for the 2016-17 academic year.
Breaking Down the 2016 Election
Now that the 2016 U.S. election is over, students interested in breaking down how and why Donald Trump beat Hillary Clinton in this week’s presidential election will have two opportunities to discuss the outcome with NC State political scientists.
African-American Cultural Center Celebrates 25th Anniversary
NC State’s African American Cultural Center recalls the past and plans new initiatives as it marks a quarter century on campus.