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Carmen Cauthen ’89 details Black life and housing patterns in her new book, Historic Black Neighborhoods of Raleigh.
Unleashing Plant Power
Chinmayee Panda was in her early 20s, living in Davidson, North Carolina, about 8,000 miles from her home in India, and eager to pursue a...
Fall Foliage in North Carolina: What to Expect This Year
Fall foliage could peak as early as mid-October in North Carolina, according to NC State forestry expert Robert Bardon.
Under Armour Founder, CEO Visit NC State
Leadership from the top apparel company toured NC State’s campus to build upon their strategic partnership with the university — and our shared commitment to innovation.
NC State Alumni Lead Nation’s Hurricane Preparedness Efforts
Two NC State alumni are leaders in the National Hurricane Center, using meteorology and behavioral science to protect people in North Carolina and across the nation.
A World Full of (Plant) Opportunities
Horticultural Science alumnus Locke Rosser spent a year learning about plants internationally thanks to friendships he made at NC State.
Jenkins MBA Students Win Big at NC State eGames
Two Jenkins MBA students bring their bright ideas to life at NC State University’s annual eGames competition.
Black Farmers Address Mental Health and Find Strength in Community
Black farmers like Temika Parker find that building social support networks is critical to circumventing systemic inequities in the farming industry and improving their mental health.
Alumnus honored for work in nuclear energy and foreign policy
As a Ph.D. student nearing graduation in 1975, Alex R. Burkart hadn’t anticipated that his nuclear engineering degree would lead to a career in foreign policy.
Meet the Graduates: Class of 2023 Sustainability Stewards
Meet the class of 2023 Sustainability Stewards who have created a lasting impact for campus sustainability.