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An architectural rendering showing people walking around the exterior of the new Integrative Sciences Building.

Sep 1, 2023

Integrative Sciences Building Headlines Campus Construction Projects

The biggest campus construction project for the next half-decade began over the summer, with site preparation for the home for the ISB, an interdisciplinary showplace for innovation and education in the old footprint of Harrelson Hall.

NC State gateway at sunset

Dec 6, 2021

The Science House, NC State Climate Office Develop K-12 Educational Resources

The Science House and the North Carolina State Climate Office (SCO) revamped the SCO’s online educational resources.

Students participating in the NC Science Olympiad

Jul 20, 2020

North Carolina Science Olympiad Joins NC State University

The College of Sciences is welcoming a leading K-12 STEM learning organization.

Students participating in the NC Science Olympiad

Apr 20, 2018

Science Olympiad Partnerships Shape STEM Education

The NC Science Olympiad, part of The Science House outreach program in the college, fosters a lifelong love of STEM learning.

Apr 20, 2017

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.

Students in paper science lab

Sep 26, 2016

SATELLITE Program Brings STEM Into Students’ Orbit

The annual SATELLITE camp on NC State's campus helps prepare high schoolers for the possibilities science and technology fields can offer.

Jun 20, 2012

Students learn about uncertainty quantification at SAMSI workshop

NC State students David Moreau, Alice Toms and Andre Waschka recently completed the Undergraduate Workshop at the Statistical and Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute (SAMSI). The week-long program was held at SAMSI’s facility in Research Triangle Park and at NC State. The workshop was an introduction to the field of uncertainty quantification (UQ) to students from the mathematical…

Sep 21, 2011

Beichner wins McGraw Prize in Education

Dr. Robert J. Beichner, professor of physics at NC State University and a leader in the research and development of new technologies in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) classrooms, has received the McGraw Prize in Education. The other 2011 recipients are Mitchel Resnick, professor of learning research, MIT Media Lab; and Julie Young, president and…