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View through the trees of Centennial Campus

Feb 1, 2023

LSFY Director Wins 2022-23 Undergraduate Academic Advising Award

Erica Kosal, director of the Life Sciences First Year Program, won the Carrie McLean Award. 

Garrett Briggs poses with a colleague

Jan 12, 2023

Former PAMS Dean Passes Away at 88

Garrett Briggs, the second dean of the former College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, which became the College of Sciences in 2013, passed away on Dec. 31, 2022. 

The NC State Belltower on main campus.

Dec 14, 2022

Amanda Savas Named Assistant Dean for Finance and Business Management

Savas serves as the lead financial officer for the college with responsibilities for ensuring financial integrity, operational efficiency and compliance. 

Michelle Benigno

Nov 7, 2022

Science House Mountain Satellite Office Director Wins North Carolina Science Teachers Association Award

Michelle Benigno, director of The Science House Mountain Satellite Office, has won the 2022 NCSTA Vi Hunsucker Award. 

James A. Banks and Joann Blumenfeld

Sep 12, 2022

Catalyst’s Joann Blumenfeld Receives 2022 Friday Medal

Joann Blumenfeld, program director for Catalyst, was selected as one of the recipients of the 2022 Friday Medal award. 

Cathrine Hoyo

Aug 25, 2022

From the Departments

Catch up on the latest news from our academic departments. 

Dean Chris McGahan

Aug 15, 2022

College of Sciences Dean Chris McGahan to Retire

College of Sciences Dean Chris McGahan will retire effective Jan. 1, 2023, after 40 years of service to NC State. 

Sunset at Lake Mattamuskeet. (Photo by Allie Stewart/US Fish & Wildlife Service)

Jul 21, 2022

Our Curious Coast: Adaptation and Resilience

The NC State Climate Office takes a look at the adaptation, mitigation and resilience measures coastal communities are taking in response to climate changes. 

Carolina bays dot the landscape in Bladen County, including Singletary Lake (center) and White Lake (right). (Photo from NASA Earth Observatory)

Jul 20, 2022

Our Curious Coast: Rivers and Wetlands

The NC State Climate Office explains the threats the rivers and wetlands in eastern North Carolina face due to a changing climate. 

A pocosin peatland in Pocosin Lakes National Wildlife Refuge.

Jul 14, 2022

Our Curious Coast: Soils and Agriculture

The NC State Climate Office explores the soils of eastern North Carolina, their suitability for agriculture and the weather and climate challenges that farmers face.