John C. Mather
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Seminar title: “The History of the Universe from Beginning to End, and Observing with the James Webb Space Telescope”
John Mather will explain the history of the universe, from the Big Bang to now, and on to the future. [...]Continue Reading →
What does the environment have to do with your closet? Discover the truth behind the clothes you are wearing.
This event features a keynote speech by local textile entrepreneur Chuck Stewart, owner and president of Tumbling Colors, and a panel discussion to answer your most burning questions about textiles. ————— It will be held in [...]Continue Reading →
Join Engineers without Borders on November 15th for a benefit dinner and silent auction to support the NC State chapter of Engineers Without Borders!
Enjoy a presentation of the chapter’s work and its context within the triangle community, international development, and engineering education accompanying dinner. Bring the whole family and let your [...]Continue Reading →
We often associate the night of October 31 with costumes and candy. But did you know that Halloween, or All Hallows’ Eve, is actually the first of a three-day Christian Triduum (period of prayer) known as Hallowmas that seeks to honor and remember the dead? With is in mind, rather than simply soliciting others for candy (or [...]Continue Reading →
You are cordially invited to a Plant and Microbial Biology seminar scheduled for Tuesday, September 3rd at 4:00 p.m. in 101 David Clark Labs. Dr. Steve Vogel from the Department of Biology at Duke University will present a seminar entitled Leaves in Flows: Structures that Manage Heat and Drag.
Dr. Vogel is a [...]Continue Reading →
Don’t miss the final presentations of students in “Societal Perceptions of Gender and Sexuality.” The presentations will take place tonight, Monday, April 22 in the HVC conference room from 5-6:30PM. University Honors Program students independent research projects ranging in topics from crossdressing culture to a male perspective on rape. Don’t miss it!
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