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Artificial Intelligence in the Tar Heel State: How NC is Leading the Charge, mentions the Artificial Intelligence Academy at NC State University is a prime example of the state’s commitment to cultivating a skilled AI workforce; FEAST Magazine, by Sam Allcock, Mar. 18


States Most Vulnerable to Identity Theft & Fraud (2024), features Samuel Carter, Adjunct Professor of Computer Science, answering questions about identity theft;, by Adam McCann, Dec. 06

ChatGPT Has Entered the Classroom: How LLMs Could Transform Education, quotes associate professor, Dr. Collin Lynch, on the advantages and risks associated with using Chatgpt in the classroom;, by Andy Extance, Nov. 15

NC State University Collaboration Promotes Cybersecurity Awareness, profiles the efforts of Laura Rodgers, Director of Cybersecurity Practice at NC State University; WRAL News, by Don Vaughan, Oct. 17

Triangle Can Be the Silicon Valley of the Emerging Data Economy – Here’s How, explores the role of NC State Computer Science in making the area a leader in data analytics; WRAL TechWire, by Tom Snyder, Sep. 11

Experts Offer Advice on How to Stay Safe Online After Elderly Durham Couple Robbed of $156,000 in Cryptocurrency, quotes Dr. Brad Reaves;, by Harrison Grubb, Jul. 31

Dating AI: Usability Expert Says Learning to Trust AI is a Lot Like Dating Someone New, features Dr. Kenya Oduor, an adjunct professor of computer science at NC State and founder of the local human-centered design and research agency Lean Geeks; WRAL TechWire, by Sarah Glova, Jun. 30

NC State IT Advises Data Security Awareness Amid TikTok Bans, references advice from Dr. William Enck, professor of computer science and co-director of the Secure Computing Institute; Technician, by Matthew Burkhart, Feb. 20

White House Advisory Committee Convenes in Cary to Discuss Regulating AI, quotes Amanul Haque, a computer science PhD student studying AI and ethics at NC State University; News & Observer, by Brian Gordon, Feb. 11

Dublin Selected To Host World's Premier Software Engineering Conference, Dr. Laurie Williams, Distinguished University Professor of Computer Science at NC State University and ICSE Steering Committee Chair, announced Dublin's winning bid; Business Plus, by George Morahan, Jan. 24

Powering Artificial Intelligence: Why High-Performance Computing is Crucial, references the work being done by Dr. Raju Vatsavai, an associate professor in computer science at NC State University, and his team to perform cutting-edge geospatial image analysis to predict the future of croplands, using HPC clusters as well as AI software tools like the LiCO AI Platform; TechNative, by Noam Rosen, Jan. 18

FEC Says Google’s Email Filter Did Not Intentionally Target GOP, cites a March 2022 study by NC State University’s Department of Computer Science researchers; The Daily Wire, by Tim Pearce, Jan. 18

New AI Chatbot Presents Challenges and Opportunities for Educators, quotes Dr. Collin Lynch, associate professor of computer science at North Carolina State University; ABC 11 News, by Samantha Kummerer, Jan. 12

More Cyber Attacks Expected in 2023 Amid Triangle Tech Shortage, Quotes Dr. Laurie Williams on the security threat presented by fewer workers in the job market to fight hackers;, by Joseph Holloway, Jan. 08


Cybersecurity: The New Baby, a summary of a moderated discussion featuring Laura Rodgers, Director of Cybersecurity Practice; Business North Carolina, by , Nov. 01

In Race Toward Quantum Computing, North Carolina Takes Center Stage, quotes Dr. Patrick Dreher, and profiles the quantum computing work being done at NC State University; Phys.Org, by Brian Gordon, Oct. 06

InsightFinder Raises Fresh Capital to Predict When IT Problems Might Occur, quotes InsightFinder founded, Dr. Helen Gu, a computer science professor at NC State University; TechCrunch, by Kyle Wiggers, Sep. 13

Boffins Rate NPM and PyPI Package Security And It's Not Good, profiles work of computer scientists at NC State University to evaluate software package registries npm and PyPI using OpenSSF Scorecards; The Register, by Thomas Claburn, Aug. 11

PCC Internship Benefits Cybersecurity Students, Local Businesses, quotes Dr. Laurie Williams and details Pitt Community College's role in NC-PaCE.; The Daily Reflector, by PCC News Services, Jul. 16

Republicans Seized on a Study as Proof of Google’s Bias - Its Authors Say it's Being Misrepresented, quotes Dr. Muhammad Shahzad explaining how findings have been cherry-picked and misrepresented in Washington; Washington Post, by Analysis by Cristiano Lima with research by Aaron Schaffer, May. 25

The Rate Of Female Comp Sci Majors Is Still Dispiritingly Low. What Can Be Done?, quotes Ken Tate on NC State Computer Science's efforts to attract and retain more female students; GrepBeat, by Suzanne Blake, Apr. 13

Research: Anti-Spam Algorithms Showed Political Bias During 2020 USA Elections, profiles research led by NC State associate professor of computer science, Muhammad Shahzad; Unite.AI, by Martin Anderson, Apr. 04

New Tool Can Forecast Shellfish Growing Area Closures, details tool developed by NC State University engineers and computer scientists; Coastal Review, by , Feb. 18

JupiterOne Builds Security Community to Enhance Cyber Asset Protection, quotes Margaret Heil, SDC Director, on the partnership with JupiterOne; PR Newswire, by JupiterOne, Jan. 26


How Does Live Hacking Work?, Dr. Alexandros Kapravelos, assistant professor of computer science at NC State and the faculty advisor of HackPack, explains how his organization applies gamification to hacking competitions; MUO, by Shannon Flynn, Dec. 31

Amazon Shopping, Streaming, Business Services Begin to Come Back After Outage, quotes Dr. Laurie Williams, Distinguished University Professor and cybersecurity expert on potential cause and impact of the recent AWS outage; WRAL TV5, by staff reporters, Dec. 07

New York Enacts Tougher Robocall Laws But Effectiveness Unclear, cites research of Dr. Brad Reaves; Fox 5 News, by Jennifer Williams, Nov. 08

‘Diverse And Highly International’: North Carolina State University’s Masters In Data Science Program, profiles our MS degree options in the data science space; Analytics India Magazine, by Kumar Gandharv, Nov. 03

Three New Members Added to IriusRisk’ Technical Advisory Board, includes new board member and CSC Professor, Dr. Laurie Williams; Business Leader, by James Cook, Sep. 22

HackPack is Back: Ethical Hacking, Cybersecurity Club Looking for New Members, quotes Dr. Alexandros Kapravelos on the goals and focus of the HackPack hacking and cybersecurity club; Technician, by James Britt, Aug. 29

FCC Taps Raleigh to Serve as ‘Innovation Zone’, Dr. Rudra Dutta explains the drone/wireless network research significance of Raleigh being designated as one of just four "Innovations Zones" in the nation; WRAL News, by Keely Arthur, Jul. 15

NCSU Professor’s Artificial Intelligence Startup Raises $2M – Including Valley Money, provides funding update on InsightFinder, an artificial intelligence firm launched by Dr. Helen Gu; WRAL TechWire, by staff writer, Jul. 13

Local High School Students May be the Future of Cybersecurity, profiles local students in North Carolina who have earned the title of National Cyber Scholar after winning a nationwide scholarship competition, some of whom plan to study computer science at NC State; WRAL, by Aaron Thomas, Jun. 07

Will We Ever Be Able to 'Talk' With Our Pets?, mentions the collaborative research efforts at NC State involving Drs. David Roberts and Alper Bozkurt, using wearable or injectable electronic sensors to assess the signals our dogs send us; GIZMODO, by Daniel Kolitz, May. 31

NC State Preparing Students for Artificial Intelligence Work Force, quotes Dr. James Lester, Director of the Center for Educational Informatics & Distinguished University Professor, on the efforts at NC State to train the next generation of computer science graduates in the high demand field of artificial intelligence; CBS 17 News, by Jamiese Price, Apr. 28

Area Universities Excited About New Apple Hub Coming to Triangle, quotes Dr. Gregg Rothermel, department head, about the impact of Apple's planned $1B investment in an east coast hub in RTP; CBS 17 News, by Emani Payne, Apr. 27

Tech Companies Say They Can’t Find Good Employees; The Companies May Be the Problem, profiles research led by Dr. Chris Parnin; Wall Street Journal, by Cheryl Winokur Munk, Mar. 08

Security Researchers Probed 90,194 Amazon Alexa Skills - The Results Were Shocking, quotes Dr. Anupam Das on collaborative research outlining a range of privacy concerns related to the programs that users interact with when using Amazon’s voice-activated assistant, Alexa; Forbes, by Davey Winder, Mar. 07


Adding Intelligence to Business Process Automation, profiles Dr. Munindar Singh's research on AI, and position that the machine can learn how each section of source code relates to the business process;, by Cliff Saran, Nov. 04

N.C. Begins Smartphone Coronavirus Contact Tracing, But Will Enough People Use the App?, quotes Dr. Anupam Das, who specializes in privacy issues; North Carolina Health News, by Greg Barnes, Oct. 27

New Research: Answering a Robocall Won't Make it Worse, a candid conversation with Dr. Brad Reaves about his research on robocalls; WRAL News, by Monica Laliberte, Aug. 25

Research Shows Answering One Robocall Doesn't Lead to More, profiles Dr. Brad Reaves' research collaboration with Bandwidth, to analyze almost 1.5M robocalls over 11 months; Engadget, by Christine Fisher, Aug. 18

Software Developers: Coding Interviews Are a Disaster, And Here's Why, profiles new study by Microsoft and NC State (led by Dr. Chris Parnin) that indicates that stress impacts technical interview performance; ZDNet, by Steve Ranger, Jul. 16

Tech Job Interviews Assess Performance Anxiety Instead Of Coding Skills: Report, profiles new study by Microsoft and NC State (led by Dr. Chris Parnin) that indicates that stress impacts technical interview performance; Fossbytes, by Manisha Priyadarshini, Jul. 15

‘Looming Threat’: NC Colleges and Foreign Students Fear Online Classes Mean Deportation, shares unique perspective of Carolina Guenther, CSC Ambassador and graduating senior; News & Observer, by Kate Murphy, Jul. 08

Tech Legends: Paul Jones, CSC alum Paul Jones, director of and UNC web pioneer, reflects on emergence of the internet; WRALTechWire, by Allan Maurer, Jul. 07

West Charlotte Native Khalia Braswell is Bridging the Digital Divide with INTech, profiles the life-changing work of Outstanding CSC Young Alumna Khalia Braswell; CLTure, by Cameron Lee, Jun. 20

RunSafe Security Appoints Veteran Security Experts to Technical Advisory Board, Dr. Laurie Williams among a select group of university professors and cybersecurity executives set to provide guidance and strategic counsel; PR Newswire, by Staff, May. 20

NC State Junior Creates Homeschooling Website for Parents, profiles the work of CSC junior (and CSC Student Ambassador), Ryan Catalfu, as he has created an online resource for busy parents struggling to home-school their children during the COVID-19 pandemic; WRAL News, by Renee Chou and Rick Armstrong, May. 11

NC State Research Helps Puppies to Become Guide Dogs, profiles the research of CSC PhD student, Sean Mealin, and how his partnership with IBM Technology and the smart dog collar program help Guiding Eyes for the Blind predict which puppies are best fitted to work as successful guide dogs; WRAL, by Eddi Cabrera Blanco, Mar. 14

Rockstar Dev Debate Reopens: Hero Programmers Do Exist, promotes research conducted by Dr. Tim Menzies and others at NC State; The Register, by Thomas Claburn, Jan. 24

Facebook is Watching Out For 'Deepfake' Videos as Election Approaches, online story and video quotes Dr. Arnav Jhala on the dangers of maliciously motivated and well-resourced entities; WRAL News, by Mandy Mitchell, Jan. 13


Born out of NC State: Coworks App, Defining the Future of Work, profiles CSC alum and entrepreneur, DeShawn Brown; Technician, by Alexander Perrin, Nov. 17

Security Flaws Found in Popular Smart Home Devices, profiles security-related research led by Dr. Will Enck; PBS News Hour, by Jamie Leventhal, Nov. 06

Artificial Intelligence Can Discover, Exploit Personal Information via a Video Game – Here’s How, interviews CSC alum - Dr. Chris Hazard, CEO of Hazardous Software; WRAL TechWire, by Alexander Ferguson, Oct. 14

These 'Smart Collars' and 'Smart Vests' Help in Training Guide Dogs, features Dr. David Roberts and his research; ABC 11 Eyewitness News, by Michael Perchick, Oct. 08

Technology Advancements Will Vontinue, But Can’t Replace Caretakers, references research of Dr. David Roberts, who's data analysis of behavior in service animals has potential to improve the assessment of animal welfare in livestock systems; National Hog Farmer, by Jon Holt & Rhea Hebert, Oct. 03

Paper Towel Composting Project Reduces Waste on Campus, quotes Neill Robson, a fifth-year senior studying computer science; Technician, by Julia Robbins, Aug. 29

How This Former Engineer Left Her Dream Job To Bring Girls Of Color To Tech, profiles alumna, Khalia Braswell, who left Apple to found InTech, with a goal of informing and inspiring girls of color to consider careers and jobs in the technology industry; Essence, by Dominique Fluker, Aug. 15

This Founder Loved the “Magic” Of Co-Working, But Hated the Logistics. So, He Built An App to Fix It, profiles CSC alum and entrepreneur - DeShawn Brown; Hypepotamus, by Holly Beilin, Aug. 12

The Triangle is Better Than Most Areas, But Women Remain Underrepresented in Tech Jobs, quotes CSC alumna Meghana Subramaniam and Jennifer Shevach; News and Observer, by Laura Brummett, Aug. 12

Why North America is the Premier Destination for Graduate Computer Science Studies, NC State is one of four institutions profiled for International students pursuing a graduate degree in computer science; SINews, by Study International Staff, Aug. 07

This Tech Founder Will Soon be Growing Her North Carolina Nonprofit from Philly, profiles CSC alumna, Khalia Braswell, founder of INTech camps that teach coding to young women of color, as she moves to Philly to study computer science programs in education while earning a PhD; Philly, by Michaela Althouse, Jul. 24

I Found Your Data. It’s For Sale., references research by Dr. Alex Kapravelos identifying more than 3,800 Chrome extensions that leak privacy-sensitive data; The Washington Post, by Geoffrey A. Fowler, Jul. 18

SAS Recruits Employees With Disabilities to Serve Diverse Customer Base, profiles CSC grad student, Sean Mealin, a summer intern at SAS working on a program that makes computer graphics more accessible for visually impaired students;, by Rick Armstrong & Debra Morgan, Jul. 12

NCSU Research: Is Your Smart Home Really Safe? Think Again, profiles security research led by Drs. Will Enck and Brad Reaves; Triangle Business Journal, by Seth Thomas Gulledge, May. 08

Universities Leverage High-Performance Computing for Multiple Returns on Investment, mentions Dr. Raju Vatsavai and his research on climate change, water, energy and food security that relies on deep learning...and HPC to analyze Big Data almost in real time; EdTech Magazine, by Calvin Hennick, Apr. 19

In Conversation with Dr. Bushra Anjum on Data and Gender Equity, through their series Girls Can Code, they speak with women to understand the cause of gender barren technology industry of Pakistan; TechJuice, by Annam Lodhi, Apr. 12

NC State and IBM Build Hub for Quantum Computing Research, another great story on how North Carolina State University is working with IBM to develop the next generation of workers who have experience with quantum computing; Campus Technology, by Sara Friedman, Apr. 11

Novel Technique Could Cut AI Training Time by 60 Percent, one of many external news stories on research findings by Dr. Xipeng Shen and his students; Engineering & Technology Magazine, by Ben Heubl, Apr. 09

NC State Research Claims AI Learning Can Be Sped Up By 60 Percent — A Disruptive Innovation Across Many Industries, profiles research of Dr. Xipeng Shen and his students; Triangle Business Journal, by Seth Thomas Gulledge, Apr. 09

One to Watch in Tech, Nicki Washington is Also Encouraging Women to be “Unapologetically Dope”, Profiles the NCSU CSC aluma, Dr. Nicki Washington: professor, author, tech disruptor; QCityMetro, by Sabrina Clark, Mar. 29

A Robot-filled, Architectural Marvel in North Carolina is the Library of the Future, profiles the marvel of the Hunt Library and quotes computer science graduate student, Bita Akram; Quartz, by Sangeeta Singh-Kurtz, Mar. 27

Over 100,000 GitHub Repos Have Leaked API or Cryptographic Keys, features research published in a paper last month by Dr. Brad Reaves and his team; ZDNet, by Catalin Cimpanu, Mar. 21

How NC State is Planning for the Future of Quantum Computing, explores how the partnership with IBM is is introducing NC State students to the technology that experts say will shape computing in the coming years; EdScoop, by Ryan Johnston, Feb. 27

This Black Engineer Left Her Dream Job to Make a Difference, profiles CSC alumna, Khalia Braswell, who left her job at Apple when she decided to encourage other women and girls of color to get into technology; NBC News Learn, by Jamie Farnsworth Finn, Feb. 20

TEDx 2.0 to Launch in Fall 2019, announces the return of the famous TEDx series to NC State, thanks in part to CSC student: Natalie Kraft; Technician, by Paritosh Gaiwak, Feb. 19

World's Leading Computer Science Education Symposium Looks to the Future, Dr. Sarah Heckman serves as SIGCSE program co-chair; EurekAlert!, by Jim Ormond, Feb. 13

NC State IBM Q Hub Searches for Industry Partners, quotes Patrick Dreher, research professor in the Department of Computer Science and Chief Scientist of IBM Q Hub; Technician, by Amber Detwiler, Jan. 21


To Hire US Graduates, Indian IT Firms Go Straight to Source, quotes Ken Tate, director of external relations; The Economic Times, by Priyanka Sangani, Dec. 04

Visualization Event Helps Students Understand How Computers "Think", Dr. Christopher Healey explains "deep" neural networks as part of the Hunt Library's Coffee & Viz series; Technician, by Ben Wolf, Dec. 03

Quantum Computing: Triangle's Next High-Tech Cluster?, profiles NC State's Quantum Computing efforts and its role in helping establish a new 'Quantum Valley'; Triangle Business Journal, by Lauren K. Ohnesorge, Nov. 30

Quantum Computing: the Power to Think Outside the Box, quotes Dr. Mladen Vouk; Financial Times, by Richard Waters & John Thornhill, Sep. 03

She Believes in Girls Who Code – so much that she left Apple to come home and help them, Inspiring story about CSC alumna, Khalia Braswell, who left Apple to start INTech, to inspire young girls of color to get into tech.; Charlotte Observer, by Sherrell Dorsey, Jul. 26

Very Little Upward Mobility in Slums: Study, profiles a seven-year project conducted by researchers from Duke University, UNC and NC State University, including geospatial analytics expert Dr. Raju Vatsavai of NC State's department of computer science; The Hindu, by staff reporter, Jul. 23

How Does Your Research Influence Legislation? Text Mining May Reveal the Answer, Collaboration between NC State University, Elsevier and LexisNexis Risk Solutions shows link between research and policy;, by Lucy Goodchild van Hilten, Jun. 28

IBM Picks NC State for Quantum Computing Hub, one of many articles on the expansion of the IBM partnership into the quantum computing space; Triangle Business Journal, by Lauren K. Ohnesorge, May. 10

NSA Hosts Researchers from Six Science and Security Privacy Initiative ‘Lablets’, including NC State University; Homeland Preparedness News, by Kevin Randolph, Apr. 20

Intelligent Cloud Analytics Startup InsightFinder Completes US$2M Pre-series A Financing, quotes Dr. Helen Gu on the success of her start-up; PRnewswire, by , Apr. 10

Fidelity Investments Leadership in Technology Speaker Series Prepares NC State Students for Roles as Leaders in Business, Tech & Beyond, quotes Ken Tate and profiles the popular speakers series that has become one of the premier series on campus;, by Ray FitzGerald, Mar. 08

Amazon Still Considering the Triangle for HQ2, But it’s Already Poaching its Students, quotes Ken Tate, director of engagement & external relations, on success Amazon has had in attracting NC State computer science talent; The Herald Sun, by Zachery Eanes, Mar. 05

Cybersecurity In North Carolina: A Bipartisan Effort To Bolster Consumer Protections, Frank Stasio, host of 'The State of Things', talks with Laurie Williams, professor of computer science at NC State University; North Carolina Public Radio, by Frank Stasio & Amanda Magnus, Jan. 11


A Look Into Online Computer Science Master's Programs, quotes alum, Mike Hancock, who graduated in May 2017 with an online computer science master's program from NC State University; US News & World Reports, by Jordan Friedman, Nov. 21

Cyber Monday Tips to Avoid Threats, includes cybersecurity advice from Dr. Laurie Williams; Spectrum News, by Taj Simmons, Nov. 20

Lenovo Launches New AI Initiatives, Products to Boost Customer Productivity, profiles partnership with NC State University and Dr. Ranga Raju Vatsavai's research including AI-enabled geospatial image analysis process that can be used to monitor farmland, crop, and soil health, as well as identify areas potentially affected by flooding or droughts; Computer Dealer News, by Mandy Kovacs, Nov. 16

Tech Giants Are Paying Huge Salaries for Scarce A.I. Talent, points out Luke Zettlemoyer (BS CSC '00 & Park Scholar), now a professor at the University of Washington, turned down a lucrative offer from Google, instead taking a post at the nonprofit Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence so he could continue teaching; NY Times, by Cade Metz, Oct. 22

Google Wants to Give Your Computer a Personality, profiles the work of Google’s personality team including CSC alum Thushan Amarasiriwardena (BS CSC ’04), charged with making its digital helper, Google Assistant, sound more like a person; TIME magazine, by Lisa Eadicicco, Oct. 12

Ever thought The Sims would be good in Skyrim? This mod has you covered, more coverage of NC State's gaming research; PC Games, by Hannah Dwan, Aug. 07

Skyrim Mod Makes NPC Interactions Less Scripted, More Sims-like, profiles multi-institute research involving Dr. Arnav Jhala; Polygon, by Owen S. Good, Aug. 05

Off the Leash: Animal-Centred Science and Technology Take Great New Strides, profiles the research led by Dr. David Roberts;, by Karin Zsivanovits, Jul. 23

OPINION: Why you need to learn to code, an op-ed piece about the department turning 50, and the importance of the computer science discipline across all disciplines; Technician, by Jeremy Park, Jul. 06

Camp Teaches Coding to At-Risk Boys, profiles the first GIDGET Summer Camp, focused on teaching programming fundamentals to ‘at-risk’ young men who otherwise might be recruited to gangs; Technician, by Sam Messick, Jun. 28

Kids From Crime-plagued Raleigh Neighborhood Learning to Develop Video Games, profiles a special summer program, featuring CSC grad student, Nick Lytle, who is helping a dozen kids from Raleigh learn there is more to life than life on the street; WNCN CBS North Carolina, by Beau Minnick, Jun. 19

Camp that Teaches Girls to Code, Build Websites Comes to Raleigh for First Time, profiles “INTech Summer Camp for Girls” founded by Khalia Braswell, an NC State CSC alumna and Apple employee; WNCN CBS North Carolina, by Justin Quesinberry, Jun. 16

AI and Machine Learning Now on Farms and Growing Fast, quotes Dr. Ranga Raju Vatsavai, associate professor of computer science at NC State; Southeast Farm Press, by John Hart, May. 08

This Professor Knew the Language – and Could Zing You With It, great read on beloved CSC professor, Dr. Robert Rodman, who passed away earlier this year!; News & Observer, by John Drescher, May. 04

Study Finds Gender Bias in Open Source Community, another story on Dr. Murphy-Hill's research findings; Linux Insider, John P. Mello Jr., May. 02

Women Programmers Face Bias, Say N.C. State Researchers, profiles a new study led by Emerson Murphy-Hill and other researchers at NC State; News & Observer, by David Ranii, May. 01

The XPRTs Embrace Virtual Reality, profiles Principle Technologies' Sr Design Center student project, ; Broadway World, by the Geeks News Desk, Feb. 23

Researchers Claim New System Makes Bitcoin Transactions Harder to Track, cites research of Dr. Alessandra Scafuro,; CryptoCoinsNews, by Rebecca Campbell, Feb. 15

New Weather App Can Spread Urgent Alerts Even When Cell Networks Are Down, a sample of the many articles quoting CSC alum, Nirmit Desai (PhD 2008), a researcher at IBM’s Yorktown research lab in New York who led the creation of the app, ; MIT Technology Review, by Tom Simonite, Feb. 15

Comp-sci Students Ranked Best in Nation, quotes Ken Tate & Dr. David Sturgill on impact of recent data-driven rankings; Technician, by Carter Pape, Jan. 23


NC State Researchers Help Find Gaps in Apple’s iOS Security, profiles Dr. Wil Enck's research on iOS vulnerabilities; WNCN CBS North Carolina, by Carleigh Griffeth, Aug. 26

Researchers Find Seven Classes of Vulnerabilities in iOS Sandbox Security Feature, more press on Dr. Wil Enck's research on iOS vulnerabilities; SC Magazine, by Bradley Barth, Aug. 26

NCSU Student Bone Marrow Registry Drive Beats the Odds, profiles students like CSC's Jordan Cousins, who participated in the largest such drive in NCSU history, and who learned that their samples went on to save the lives of five strangers from around the world in need of a transplant; The News & Observer, by Gavin Stone, Aug. 22

Cisco Systems, Inc. to Eliminate More than 5,000 Positions, Dr. Harry Perros is interviewed in this TV news story on the impact of technology innovation on business success; Time Warner News TV, by Chris Williams, Aug. 17

The Safety Of The Internet After Democratic National Committee Hack, this NPR radio interview features security expert Dr. Laurie Williams; The State of Things from North Carolina Public Radio – WUNC, host Adam Hochberg, Jul. 27

The Bias Against Women in Tech, an editorial that revisits research conducted by computer science departments at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo and NC State University as they analyzed Github users; The American Genius, by Ellen Vessels, Jul. 19

Professor Makes Data Privacy Public, profiles the research of Dr. Jessica Staddon; Technician, by Hessa Al Maghlouth, Jun. 08

NC State Lab Makes Big Data Manageable, profiles research conducted by the Laboratory for Analytic Sciences located on NC State’s Centennial Campus; Technician, by Carolyn Thomson, Jun. 08

NC State Researchers use Computers to Train Dogs, profiles how Dr. Dave Roberts and other researchers at NC State are using software to train dogs;, by Beairshelle Edmé, May. 13

IoT Goes To The Dogs, another story about research led by Dr. Dave Roberts;, by Megan Crouse, May. 04

"Likes" vs Treats: Automated Positive Training System Will Teach Dogs to Use Computers, profiles how researchers at NC State are using software to teach old dogs new tricks;, by Joe Carmichael, May. 03

Gaming Science: Character Roles Affect Players’ In-Game Decision Making, Study Shows, profiles the research led by CSC PhD student Ignacio Domínguez; Nature World News, by John Raphael, Apr. 21

How would Android fare under the FBI's scrutiny?, profiles the research of Dr. Will Enck and PhD student, Adwait Nadkarni to see if the same legal and technical drama may have played out,; TechRepublic, by Michael Kassner, Apr. 11

What if the FBI tried to crack an Android phone? We attacked one to find out, an interesting article written by Dr. Will Enck and PhD student, Adwait Nadkarni; The Conversation, Mar. 29

Change is Coming to GitHub as Site Apologies for Ignoring Open Source Community, cites gender-based research co-authored by NC State computer science researchers; Computer Business Review, by James Nunns, Feb. 15

Study: Women’s Code is Accepted More Often if No One Knows They’re Women, one of the many news stories focused on large gender-based research co-authored by NC State computer science researchers;, by Jennifer Harrison, Feb. 12

TechGirlz introduces Girls to Technology Field, profiles a unique organization on Centennial Campus focused on exposing more young girls to STEM careers and mentions CSC junior and ambassador, Kylie Geller; The News & Observer by Corbie Hill, Feb. 08

Meet Graduate Student Xavier Primus: Jack of All Trades, profile the many talents of CSC grad student, Xavier Primus; Technician, by April Smith, Feb. 03

Meet Scott Vu: Scholar, Innovator and Dancer, the CSC alum, co-founder and CEO of RiboWiz Scientific, talks about the impact that Drs. Donald Bitzer & Tiffany Barnes had on his life; Technician by Maddy Bonnabeaux, Jan. 18

2,000 Expected at Largest Gaming Event on East Coast, 14 universities across the Carolinas field participating teams including CSC students from NC State; Technician by Sasha Afanasyeva, Jan. 13


Do Robots Own Your Future?, provides a special Q&A with CSC alum and Director of Engineering Entrepreneurs Program, Marshall Brain; The News & Observer by Reid Creager, Dec. 27

Crystal Island Game Emphasizes Scientific Inquiry, profiles the collaborative research led by Dr. James Lester in the Center for Educational Informatics; Technician, by Carolyn Thompson, Oct. 19

Girls Code & Create, video of special girl's summer camp at NC State featuring Dr. Tiffany Barnes (starts at the 8:10 mark); UNCTV's North Carolina Now by Kelley McHenry, Oct. 07

Researchers Tackle Software Security Tools, focuses on research led by Dr. Emerson Murphy-Hill; SD Timesby Christina Mulligan, Aug. 26

Want To 'Talk' To Your Dog? NCSU Researchers Are Changing Communication With Canines, more news coverage for Dr. Roberts & Diesel; WUNC, by Charlie Shelton, Jul. 11

'Smart Harness' Makes It Easier for Dogs and Humans to Communicate, features collaborative research involving Dr. Dave Roberts; NBC News, by Reuters staff, Jul. 06

Video Game Promotes Science, Literacy, quotes Dr. Brad Mott; Technician Online, by Lindsey Smith, Jun. 18

3 Questions to Ask Before Choosing an Online Graduate IT Program, quotes Dr. George Rouskas, director of graduate programs; US News & World Report, by Devon Haynie, Apr. 17

On Cyber Security: It's a "Hostile" Environment Out There, quotes Sammie Carter, adjunct faculty; who served on panel at TBJ's Cyber Security Symposium; Triangle Business Journal, by Lauren Ohnesorge, Apr. 16

Durham-based Company Developing On-demand Bus App, profiles latest product of TransLoc, a company founded 11 years ago by NCSU CSC students; WRAL, by Brian Shrader, Mar. 30

Crooks' New Target: Your Rewards Points, article on how cyberthieves empty out poorly secured hotel, airline accounts quotes Sammie Carter, adjunct faculty;, by Daniel Workman, Mar. 25

Redmond Boffins' Infosec Trick Will Ship Better Code, Faster, discusses research partnership between department and Microsoft; The Register, by Darren Pauli, Mar. 17

Wake School Board Security Policy May Violate the Law, quotes Sammie Carter, adjunct faculty member;, by Mark Binker, Mar. 17

Hi-Tech Teens Gives Girls a Place to Learn About Computer Science, features WiCS student involvement; Midtown Raleigh News, by Sarah Barr, Feb. 23

NC Residents Likely Affected by Anthem Insurance Data Breach, Dr. Emerson Murphy-Hill is quoted on impact of personal & medical data breach;, by Ariell Clay, Feb. 06

NC State Continues UAV Momentum After Boring Flight, CSC involved in the ongoing testing of UAV technology; UAS Magazine, by Emily Aasand, Feb. 05

Google Fiber Possibly Coming to Triangle, Charlotte, Dr. Harry Perros is quoted in the local news clip; Time Warner Cable News 14, by Chris Williams, Jan. 26

Making The Internet 'A Safer Place', Radio interview features Dr. Laurie Williams; WUNC Radio, by Will Michaels & Frank Stasio, Jan. 21


Road Worrier: Google Maps and Waze Tell Us Where to Go, PhD student Scott Carpenter weighs in on Waze; News & Observer, by Bruce Siceloff, Dec. 29

NC State Researchers Invent Ways to Communicate with Dogs, another great story about Dr. Dave Roberts and his colleagues' research efforts; News & Observer, by Jim Lasley, Dec. 10

For CIOs, Universities Can’t Train Data Scientists Fast Enough, features Dr. Michael Rappa and his Institute for Advanced Analytics; Wall Street Journal, by Clint Boulton, Nov. 10

Innovation: Harness Could Allow Dogs, Humans To Communicate, profiles research of Dr. Dave Roberts and the Cyber-Enhanced Working Dog harness which will allow humans to monitor dogs' physical and emotional states remotely, such as in search and rescue operations; NPR, by Samantha Raphelson, Nov. 06

Hi-Tech Harness Helps Dogs and People Communicate, profiles research of Dr. Dave Roberts; Discovery News, by Sheila Eldred, Oct. 30

Tap to Fetch: Scientists Connect Phones with Cyber-Enhanced Dogs, highlights Cyber-Enhanced Working Dog (CEWD) project, the brainchild of David Roberts and Alper Bozkurt; NBC News, by Keith Wagstaff, Oct. 30

What You Need to Know About 'Shellshock,' the Bug Threatening Red Hatters, CIOs Everywhere, quotes CSC adjunct and cyber-security expert, Sammie Carter; Triangle Business Journal, by Lauren K. Ohnesorge, Sep. 25

UGSA Strives to Connect More Graduate Students, highlights leadership of CSC PhD students David Fiala and Barry Peddycord III; The Technician, by Emily Duckett, Sep. 23

IBM Opens 'Cloud Resiliency Center' in Research Triangle Park, CSC adjunct, Sammie Carter speaks to the value for companies; Time Warner Cable News, by Chris Williams, Sep. 22

Park Scholars Build a Legacy of Sustainability with Solar Flora at Hunt, highlights an innovative project co-led by CSC senior, ambassador and Park Scholar, Xavier Primus; The Technician, by Ian Grice, Sep. 10

N.C. State Professor: Here's Why the Home Depot Breach Could be the Worst Yet, CSC adjunct, Sammie Carter, tells the TBJ just how easy it is to get stolen credit card info on the black market ; Triangle Business Journal, by Lauren K. Ohnesorge, Sep. 10

NC State Researchers Develop Drones to Assist Firefighters, profiles collaborative research between CSC and MAE; The Technician, by Sasha Afanasyeva, Sep. 09

New Attacks Secretly Use Smartphone Cameras, Speakers and Microphones, features CSC PhD student Luke Deshotels; ComputerWorld, by Darlene Storm, Aug. 20

Plug-and-play Android Security Layer Outlined by NC State Researchers, profiles research of Dr. Will Enck; NetworkWorld, by Jon Gold, Aug. 20

SAS CEO Goodnight, N.C. State Partner on Cyber-security, Big Data, addresses partnership involving CSC department; Triangle Business Journal, by Lauren K. Ohnesorge, Aug. 11

SOAR MENTEE: Psychologist Turned Gaming Guru Combats Kids Social Issues With Play, profiles collaborative research involving Dr. James Lester;, by Laura Baverman, Aug. 05

What You Need to Know About Security Breaches at Jimmy John's, P.F. Chang’s, CSC's Sammie Carter weighs in as a cyber security expert; Triangle Business Journal, by Lauren K. Ohnesorge, Aug. 05

Greensboro Man Using Technology to Help People and Their Service Dogs Interact More Efficiently, profiles CSC grad student Sean Mealin; WGHP Fox News 8, by Natalie Wilson, Jul. 30

Dispatches From a Connected Future, profiles Dr. David Roberts' research involving canine-computer interaction; The Huffington Post, by Aaron Dubrow, Jul. 18

N.C. State Chancellor Confirmed as First Poly President, details hiring of Dr. Randy Avent, professor and associate vice chancellor of research development at NC State University, as the inaugural president of Florida Polytechnic University; The Tampa Tribune, by Jerome Stockfisch, Jun. 19

NCSU, Microsoft: Video Game Developers are a Different Breed, profiles research of Dr. Emerson Murphy-Hill; Triangle Business Journal, by Dawn Kurry, May. 06

Canine 2.0: Dogs in High-Tech Gear Could Aid Search-and-Rescue Efforts, profiles multi-institutional research efforts involving Dr. Dave Roberts; LiveScience, by Tanya Lewis, May. 05

Smart Harness Could Turn Rescue Dogs into Four-legged Reconnaissance Systems, a sample of the broad news coverage Dr. Roberts' research is receiving; Gizmag, by Ben Coxworth, May. 05

Nude Instagram Pictures Involving Wake Teens Linked to Cyberbullying, quotes cyber-security expert, Dr. Will Enck; WTVD 11, Apr. 21

NCSU Launches Drone Contest, features quotes from CSC students and Dr. Rudra Dutta; News & Observer, by Dan Kane, Apr. 12

Students Create Service to Combat Drunk Driving, profiles program created by two CSC undergraduates; The Technician, by Jess Thomas, Apr. 03

Students Test Potential of Google Glass, features quotes from CSC grad students Sina Bahram and Arpan Chakraborty; The Technician, by Kaitlin Montgomery, Mar. 28

N.C. State Researchers Devise Tool That Detects Android Malware, profiles research of Drs. Helen Gu & Will Enck; ComputerWorld, by Joab Jackson, Mar. 07

N.C. State Optimistic About IT Field Despite Market Fluctuation, quotes Ken Tate on disconnect between NCTA report and NC State experience; The Technician, by Jake Moser, Feb. 21

Finding Coding’s Proper Place in the Curriculum, CSC faculty weigh in on topic of whether the US should make programming a mandatory requirement for K-12 students; The Technician, by Jake Moser, Feb. 12

TBJ's 2014 Health Care Heroes Finalists Revealed, includes Dr. Laurie Williams for her research in Healthcare IT; Triangle Business Journal, by Cameron Snipes, Feb. 10

Researchers Implement HPC-First Cloud Approach, profiles work of Patrick Dreher and Mladen Vouk, a proof-of-concept for a novel high-performance cloud computing platform by merging a cloud computing environment with a supercomputer; HPCwire, by Tiffany Trader, Jan. 29


Cybersecurity Often an Afterthought, Dr. Laurie Williams featured in this WRAL story on cybersecurity threats in light of recent events involving Target hack; WRAL TV-5, by Cullen Browder, Dec. 19

N.C. State Partners with State IT Office on Centennial Campus, details new opportunities for CSC students; Triangle Business Journal, by Jason deBruyn, Nov. 11

Data Scientists Needed: Why This Career is Exploding Right Now, lists NC State among notable schools with data science degrees (Masters in Advanced Analytics); Venture Beat, by Meghan Kelly, Nov. 11

Phone Makers’ Android Tweaks Cause Security Problems, spotlights research by Dr. Xuxian Jiang; MIT Technology Review, by Rachel Metz, Nov. 05

Beyond a Gadget: Google Glass is a Boon to Disabled, quotes NC State CSC PhD candidate Sina Bahram; USA Today, by Marco della Cava, Oct. 23

Cloud Control: Universities Put IaaS into Action, spotlights NC State's VCL technology and it's spread to other universities; EdTech Magazine, by Wylie Wong, Oct. 14

Deep Within a Traditional Bank, Start-Up Culture Thrives, profiles the partnership we enjoy with Super ePartner, Deutsche Bank Global Technology; Bank Technology News, by Sean Sposito, Sep. 18

Scaling Up Personalized Query Results For Next Generation Of Search Engines, profiles Dr. Kemafor Anyanwu's research; RedOrbit, by staff writer, Sep. 18

Big Data Profile: Michael Rappa, Institute For Advanced Analytics, profiles the creator of the nation's first master of science in analytics degree; InformationWeek, by Ellis Booker, Aug. 26

NSA Establishes $60M Data Analytics Lab at N.C. State, profiles the largest research grant in NCSU’s history; News & Observer, by Jane Stancill, Aug. 15

NSA Contract Cements N.C. State’s Status as Big Player in Big Data; TBJ, by Jason deBruyn, Aug. 15

Zerg in Starcraft? Research Shows How to Win in RTS Computer Games, profiles Dr. David L. Roberts' research; Science World Report, by Mark Hoffman, Aug. 15

Budding Fitness Buffs Get Up Early and Tri Tri Tri, special interest story features CSC Senior and Triangle Triathlon participant, Max Schweizer; News & Observer, by Jack Daly, Jul. 20

NC State Develops ‘Virtual Crime Scenes', a triad TV news report shows how our gaming technology is being put to new uses; WGHP-TV, by Bob Buckley, Jul. 14

Software Tracks Facial Expressions, Improves Online Learning, one of many national and International stories on this research led by CSC Drs. Kristy Boyer & James Lester; PsychCentral, by Rick Nauert, Jun. 28

Microsoft 'Kinect'ed Cockroaches Crawl on Demand, just one of many national and International stories on this multi-disciplinary research based on a paper written by CSC undergraduate Eric Whitmire; ABC News, by Jon M. Chang, Jun. 26

Do Computer Programmers Improve with Age?, highlights the research of Dr. Emerson Murphy-Hill;, by Scott Amundson, May. 13

Like a Good Scotch, Developers Get Better With Age, highlights the research of Dr. Emerson Murphy-Hill;, by Klint Finley, Apr. 30

Older Software Developers May Be Better Than You Think, Dr. Murphy-Hill's research on aging developers featured in this WSJ blog; Wall Street Journal, by Daniel Akst, Apr. 30

Undergrad Builds His Own Electric Guitar, feature story on CSC Student Ambassador and CSC sophomore, Ricky Hopper; Technician, by Holden Broyhill, Apr. 21

Meteorologist to Speak at NC State Graduation, touts Nate Johnson as guest speaker at computer science diploma ceremony;, by Kelly Hinchcliffe, Apr. 18

Education Key to MetLife Recruiting, highlights the important role that NC State University played in helping recruit MetLife to NC (CSC played an integral role!);, by Mark Binker, Apr. 15

NC State Professor Uses Students, Twitter to Impact HIV Prevention Change, profiles research efforts of Dr. Fay Cobb Payton and supporting efforts of CSC students, Khalia Braswell, Khiry Arnold and KaMar Galloway;, by Fatia Kasumu, Mar. 17

‘Fragmentation’ Leaves Android Phones Vulnerable to Hackers, Scammers, cites security flaws uncovered by NC State researchers that raise the question - who is responsible for Android patches?; Washington Post, by Craig Timberg, Feb. 06

Insurance CEO Talks Technology, provides a summary of Brad Wilson's remarks as the featured Fidelity Investments Series speaker on January 24th; The Technician, by Josué Molina, Jan. 25

Making Computers Seem a Little Less Scary, feature story on Dr. Robert St. Amant and the release of his first book, Computing for Ordinary Mortals; The Technician, by Nikki Stoudt, Jan. 22

Obama Calls for Study on Gun Violence, Video games, Dr. David Roberts weighs in on the potential link between violent video games and actual gun violence; WTVD 11 News, by Angelica Alvarez, Jan. 16

Hacker Olympics Draws Top Students to Silicon Valley, includes quote from NC State CSC sophomore Monica Poletti, who was on the 1st place team;, by Fran Berkman, Jan. 14

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