Applying compost to landfills could have environmental benefits
Compost could be useful well beyond the garden.
An ambitious climate modeling project hopes to inform energy policy
A transparent effort aims to give policymakers more insight into the future.
The College of Engineering took beneficial occupancy of Fitts-Woolard Hall on July 24, 2020. Coming in at approximately 225,000 gross square feet, NC State’s newest engineering building provides the crucial next step in uniting the College on Centennial Campus.
On a Thursday morning in late May, the machine shop in Engineering Building III on NC State’s Centennial Campus is quiet for the first time in a long time.
Engineering faculty members receive awards and honors.
Meet the Dean’s Circle
Meet some Dean’s Circle donors, and learn why they give.
Couple’s gift supports students in Engineering, Education
Ron and Cathy Hairr make gift to support the colleges of Engineering and Education at NC State.
Hydrology data tool helps users manage water resources, protect infrastructure
Harnessing data to help authorities make informed decisions.
Need-based scholarship initiative gets $5 million boost
NC State’s Extraordinary Opportunity Scholarship Initiative is gaining momentum via $2.5 million gifts from alumnus Steve Angel and an anonymous donor, bolstering a matching-funds pool to inspire others.
Fire, air conditioning and where we get our power
A changing climate is already impacting how we consume electricity – and how we make it.