Explore Queen Victoria’s Lost Garden Pavilion Through 3D Virtual Model
An interdisciplinary team of NC State researchers has virtually reconstructed a lost piece of history.
Research IDs Key Factors That Help Women Ex-Convicts Avoid Recidivism
New research identifies four factors that help women ex-convicts avoid committing crimes, offering insights that can be used to help former inmates integrate more successfully into their communities after time in prison.
Movies On The Radio: Witches, Wizards, And Warlocks
NC State film studies professor Marsha Gordon discusses the lasting legacy of witches, wizards and warlocks in the movies.
Social Work Receives $3.1M to Train Next Generation of Practitioners
NC State’s Department of Social Work has received two federal grants totaling $3.1M to train the next generation of integrated behavioral health and primary care providers.
Changes in Perspective May Affect How Useful Drones Really Are
A recent study from NC State psychologists finds users have trouble utilizing images from drones to find the position of objects on the ground.
Class Trip Explores People’s History of Civil Rights
History comes alive for students in NC State’s popular History and Memory course. Professor Katherine Mellen Charron recounts lessons learned on a recent class trip to historic sites in the ongoing struggle for African-American civil rights in North Carolina.
Khayrallah Center Awards Khayrallah Prize to Lebanese Author
The Khayrallah Center is pleased to announce that Lebanese author Charif Majdalani is the recipient of the 2017 Khayrallah Prize.
Sensitivity to Time Improves Performance at Remotely Controlling Devices
A new study from NC State psychologists finds that people who are more sensitive to the passage of time are better at accounting for the latency — or time lag — inherent in remotely controlling robots or other tools.
Join Us for a Homecoming Porch Party
Join fellow NC State alumni, their families, faculty, students, staff and friends on the front steps of Nelson Hall to enjoy refreshments, play games and watch the 2017 Homecoming Parade.
Positive Outlook on Age May Lead to Better Health
Research from NC State psychologist Shevaun D. Neupert finds that it's beneficial to have a positive outlook on aging.