News

Triangle Research Libraries Network logo

TRLN supports Project ReShare, Open Source library resource sharing platform

The Triangle Research Libraries Network (TRLN) has announced that it will contribute financial support to Project ReShare, a community of library consortia, vendors, and service providers committed to an open approach to library resource sharing systems.

Sarah Take, Special Collections Desk Assistant

Student Spotlight: Sarah Take, Special Collections Desk Assistant

Welcome to the first in a series of blog posts featuring student employees who contribute to the work of the Special Collections Research Center, "Student Spotlight."  Guest author Sarah Take, class of 2019, is an undergraduate NC State student majoring in

Debbie and a cat friend at the Museum of Natural Sciences

Debbie Currie retires

After over 21 years as the Collections and Research Librarian for Agricultural and Environmental Services, Debbie Currie retired last month.

Hill Library’s Hillsborough Street entrance

Why was the Hill Library’s Hillsborough Street entrance closed in the first place?

Now that we are reopening the Hillsborough Street entrance to the D. H. Hill Jr. Library in spring 2019 as part of a larger renovation of the library, people have been asking why we ever closed it.

Caitlin Foley and Misha Rabinovich, photo courtesy of the Boston Art Review

Can art alleviate environmental worries?

In their upcoming Immersive Scholar residency, Caitlin & Misha raise awareness about the precarity of your water supply

The Expanded Food & Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) was created in 1969 to provide nutritional education.

Fabulous 50 & Foodie Friday: Expanded Food & Nutrition Education Program

Fifty years ago in February 1969, the North Carolina Agricultural Extension Service announced the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP).  According to an article in the monthly

Scrapbook of newsclippings on students, alumni, and faculty, 1942 (Office of Public Affairs Records, Oversizeflatbox 55)

New Collection Guides Now Online

The Special Collections Research Center announces newly updated collection guides (with detailed description) on three University Archives collections: The Office of Public Affairs Records, the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Innovat

Digital Media workshops

Digital Media workshops for spring 2019

Learn DJing, sampling, video, and other media skills

Makerspace workshops

Makerspace workshops for spring 2019

Learn how to get started with 3D printing, robotics, sewing, circuits and more

Digital Scholarship workshops

Digital Scholarship workshops for spring 2019

Learn how to leverage interactive tools and platforms to further your research