Stories

This article originally appeared in the Technician.

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Ravi Chittilla, Assistant News Editor

Chancellor Randy Woodson spoke to about 30 students and faculty members about the future and brand potential of N.C. State on Friday in the lounge of Berry Residence Hall.

The discussion was part of the Research Unplugged lecture series, which [...]

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Village

Mr. Kevin Fomalont, Fulbright Student Alumni Ambassador and 2012 Fulbright Student Grant Recipient to Russia will be on campus Thursday, March 27th to present information to students about the Fulbright student program. Although only rising seniors, graduate students and alumni will be eligible to apply in the next cycle, it is always best to plan ahead. So, this information [...]

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Date: Tuesday, April 1 Time: 3:30pm Location: Titmus Theater – Thompson Hall, 2241 Dunn Avenue, Raleigh, NC (Parking close by in adjacent Coliseum Deck) Registration: FREE, but MUST pre-register online Separate online portals for NCSU faculty, staff & students  as well as the general public     The NC State University, College of Agriculture and Life [...]

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Opportunities

Dear Honors Village students:

Consider the argument below. Answer the questions. The correct answers wins a new copy of Meditations on First Philosophy by Descartes (Oxford World’s Classics). (Contest completed 3/24/14, see below).

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Premise 1. Either human consciousness is a physical process or human consciousness is a nonphysical process.

Premise 2. If Cartesian dualism [...]

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Opportunities

The Institute for Emerging Issues (IEI) at North Carolina State University invites applications for two internship positions.  Who We Are/What We Do   Established in 2002 by the Board of Governors of the University of North Carolina, IEI builds upon the Emerging Issues Forum — a long-standing signature event in North Carolina begun in 1986 to focus attention on [...]

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Stories

This story originally appeared on WRAL online.

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RALEIGH, N.C. — Two North Carolina State University students are heading to Ukraine to produce a documentary about the political upheaval there.

Junior Andriy Shymonyak emigrated from Ukraine when he was 5, and he became an American citizen 10 years later.

“I think I harp on [...]

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