N.C. State professor honored for work with the Army

Posted March 11, 2010

— A North Carolina State University professor was honored Thursday for creating technology to help U.S. troops better detect and dismantle roadside bombs.

Michael Steer received the U.S. Army Commander's Award for public service.

The Army funded his research.

Steer has been a professor at N.C. State since 1983.


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  • EyesintheSkies Mar 12, 2010

    No cows. They dangled beer cans in front of ECU grads to get them to walk in front of it.

  • dare107 Mar 12, 2010

    If it came from NC State is it have cows walk in front??? LOL

  • Southern Gal Mar 12, 2010