NC State celebrates outstanding faculty
The Celebration of Faculty Excellence is held each spring to recognize outstanding faculty who have received prestigious awards, accolades or other distinctions during the previous year. In 2020, NC State honored 25 faculty virtually since the annual event could not be held in person.
Machine learning predicts how long museum visitors will engage with exhibits
AI can predict how long museum-goers will spend interacting with an exhibit.
Software spots and fixes hang bugs in seconds, rather than weeks
Hang bugs – when software gets stuck, but doesn’t crash – can frustrate users and programmers.
Computer scientist Brad Reaves talks about robocalls – how they work and what happens if you answer.
Can a simple email encourage women to stay in a STEM program?
Researchers from North Carolina State University and Kent State University want to know what can be done to broaden participation in STEM fields and improve the persistence of women in computer science.
DELTA welcomes 2020-2021 faculty fellows
DELTA is excited to welcome five new Faculty Fellows for the 2020-2021 cycle. Michelle Bartlett, Lina Battestilli, Elaine Bohorquez, Christine Cranford and Julianne Treme will partner with DELTA to share teaching with technology best practices through a variety of activities. The five new Fellows will join Annette Moore who is continuing her grant from the 2019-2020 academic year.
DELTA grants recipients for 2020-2021 announced
DELTA announces more than $250,000 in new and continuing DELTA Grants to 29 recipients. We look forward to collaborating with our faculty and campus partners to promote a technology-rich learning environment at NC State.
Study debunks robocall myths, lays groundwork for stopping them
Robocalls are not getting worse. But this study shows how bad they can be.
Making the cut
The COVID-19 pandemic forced many in the class of 2020 to celebrate graduation virtually, but Brandon Winslow marked his just the way he’d planned to for almost two years. He got a haircut.
Tech sector job interviews assess anxiety, not software skills
The design of “technical interviews” is hurting the tech sector.