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Jun 15, 2023

Catalyst Makes STEM Accessible in NC 

Catalyst, a national award winning program of The Science House at NC State University, offers STEM opportunities for high school students with disabilities. Starting in high school,  students gain experience for a future in STEM through educational opportunities, field trips, internships and more. Recently, Catalyst students embarked on a field trip to the NASA Johnson Space Center where they went on behind the scenes tours with NASA professionals. In addition, students across the state were immersed in all-things STEM at the Reach for a Star! Be a Star! STEM Resources Fair in April.  

A group of installers lay a rectangular solar panel into a larger array.

Jun 6, 2023

Solar and (much) more: NC Clean Energy Technology Center marks 35 years

The North Carolina Solar Center was established in 1987 as an outgrowth of the Solar House, an educational resource and laboratory on the NC State University campus designed to demonstrate how solar energy could power an individual home. 

May 18, 2023

Summer Energy Savings On Campus

NC State’s Summer Energy Savings Initiative leverages lull in classroom usage for energy conservation, reducing costs and minimizing straing for regional electricity grids. 

Dec 7, 2022

Discover How NC State Saves Energy Over Winter Break

The savings add up through the Holiday Energy Savings Initiative. 

Sep 12, 2022

NC State Hosts Energy Week

Discover how NC State shapes a clean energy future during NC State Energy Week Sept. 23-30, 2022. 

Apr 4, 2019

NC State’s New Energy Club Hosts “Point of No Return” Film Screening

On March 27, the newly established Student Energy Club at NC State hosted a film screening of “Point of No Return” at Witherspoon Cinema.  

Mar 5, 2019

Faculty Clusters to host “Energy and Science in Journalism” Panel Discussion

SESP  and LPS will host a panel discussion on energy and science in journalism in April.