D. H. Hill Lights Up to Honor Dr. Fred Gould

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Between Knowledge and Light by Joy Wulke Through Monday of next week the D. H. Hill Library will be lit in Wolfpack red to honor NC State's latest member of the National Academy of Sciences.

The library's Conservatory and light sculpture will shine out over the Brickyard and surrounding green areas and light up the Libraries' most beautiful spot to celebrate Dr. Fred Gould's recent election to one of the world's most important and prestigious scientific societies. Dr. Gould, William Neal Reynolds Distinguished Professor of Entomology at NC State, is now the ninth current NC State faculty member to be elected Academy, an honor that brings distinction to the University.

The NCSU Libraries is a great center of learning and scholarship on campus, both for our students and our faculty,  says Susan K. Nutter, vice provost and director of libraries. We thought that lighting up D. H. Hill's most beautiful spot would show just how much we admire the great light that Dr. Gould's work has shone on NC State. It's our way of celebrating his success and thanking him and all those who have worked with him for the distinguished recognition they have brought to the University, a recognition that reflects well on us all. 

The National Academy of Sciences is an honorific society of distinguished scholars engaged in scientific and engineering research, dedicated to the furtherance of science and technology and to their use for the general welfare. Academy membership is composed of approximately 2,100 members and 420 foreign associates.