Alumna Brings Sloth Love to Hunt Library
Zoology alumna Sam Trull, co-founder of the Sloth Institute in Costa Rica, helps raise baby sloths who have lost their mothers and also educates the public about these fascinating creatures.
Changing Kids’ Perceptions of Science
Education professor Audrey Jaeger is connecting a local Science Olympiad team with NC State science and engineering students who serve as both coaches and role models.
Genetics Undergraduate Earns Prestigious Goldwater Scholarship
Connor McKenney, a junior majoring in genetics, was named one of 240 winners of the prestigious Goldwater Scholarship this year.
More Sharing Is Better Sharing: A Q&A With Alum and WIRED Blogger Rhett Allain
In this Q&A, physics alumnus Rhett Allain discusses his WIRED blog and the importance of science communication.
UNC Teaching Award for Oliver-Hoyo; Professorships for Stefanski and Lloyd
Sciences faculty have received prestigious honors and awards in recent months.
Oliver-Hoyo Wins 2017 UNC Board of Governors Teaching Award
Maria T. Oliver-Hoyo of NC State's Department of Chemistry won a prestigious 2017 UNC Board of Governors Award for Excellence in Teaching.
Sciences Advisors Win Undergraduate Academic Advising Awards
Advisors from the Department of Biological Sciences and Life Sciences First Year program won 2017 Undergraduate Academic Advising Awards from NC State.
Physics Students Think and Do
When inappropriate messages were posted on a social media network last fall, physics students Austyn Long and Elliott Holliday turned their thoughts into action to inspire a discussion about diversity.
Helena Mitasova's Tangible Landscape geovisualization project helps solve land-management problems ranging from erosion to wildfire management. See her in action in this new video.
Online Math Professor Uses Passion for Basketball to Teach
Mathematics teaching associate professor John Griggs combines his loves of teaching math and of basketball in a unique way.