Not Just Genes: Environment Also Shaped Population Variation in First Americans
Genes and environment drove population divergence in first Americans.
Meet DELTA Faculty Fellow Melissa Ramirez
Melissa Ramirez has been working with DELTA since she arrived to teach at NC State. Now, she’s one of our 2018-2019 Faculty Fellows, and she’s making strides to implement universal design in online learning and ensure that all students have the opportunity to succeed.
When Science is Sidelined, Uncertainty Reigns
Science is fundamental to effective decision-making and public policy. And uncertainty in science does *not* mean we don’t know enough to make rational and informed choices.
Biologist Patisaul Named Associate Dean for Research
Heather Patisaul, a decorated biologist and an expert on how environmental chemicals affect our health, has been named the new associate dean for research in NC State’s College of Sciences.
Being Certain About Uncertainty
Most people don’t understand uncertainty. Let’s talk about that.
Crumpler Wins University Award for Excellence
Crumpler, a teaching technician in the Department of Biological Sciences, was one of 12 to receive NC State’s most prestigious non-faculty honor.
How Dogs Evolved ‘Puppy Dog Eyes’
Researchers have discovered the secret of “puppy dog eyes.”
Solving the Riddle of Genes
Nikhil Milind, a 2019 Goldwater Scholar, is melding computer science and biology to explore links between genetics and disease.
Emily Caporali’s Belltower memories began before she ever enrolled at NC State, and though she graduated in 2017, she is still making extraordinary memories at the site – with help from her fiancé Chase Timmons and her longtime friend, retired vice chancellor of student affairs Tom Stafford.
Meet the Solomon Scholars
Learn more about the college’s signature scholarship program, and meet the 19 extraordinary students who were part of it in 2018-19.