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Read the Fall/Winter 2016 NC State Engineering magazine

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Cover of Fall/Winter of NC State Engineering Alumni magazine.The Fall/Winter 2016 NC State Engineering magazine features the investments we are making to continue to enhance the education we provide our students, the research we conduct to improve lives and the economy and the outreach we conduct to ensure that future engineers will be prepared for the exciting world they will encounter after graduation.


From the Dean



In our labs
These are the spaces that enable groundbreaking research

Forward motion
The College plans to invest $250 million in infrastructure and faculty hiring over the next five years

Room to grow

Family ties
Minority Engineering Programs continue to grow

Something to build on
ASSIST makes progress with testbed, other technologies

Down the home stretch
FREEDM Systems Center moves closer to a vision realized

Beyond the classroom
The Center for Educational Informatics is changing the way we learn

Pack Points

EcoPRT will bridge the gap between NC State’s two campuses

NC State joins with UNC Pembroke in dual engineering degree program

NC State’s NanoDays grows into a national effort

Study sheds new light on post-operative bleeding

Engineering startup aims to bring accurate pricing to the trucking industry

Engineering researchers help NASA learn more from the stars

Researchers can tune mechanical properties of radiation-sensitive material for biomedical use

NC State engineers will help further civilian nuclear energy in Vietnam

NC State selected for new manufacturing innovation hub

Putting plans in motion

Faculty Highlights

Martin-Vega begins term as ASEE president

Seven faculty members earn NSF CAREER awards

Allbritton receives national award in chemical instrumentation

Narayanaswamy wins Air Force Young Investigator Research Program award

Dickey receives ASEE research award


Team effort
Join alumni and friends who are supporting the Engineering Oval project

Meet the Dean’s Circle

Gift pays tribute to a family of NC State alumni

Alumnus endows scholarship for veterans

Cirrus Logic continues to invest in the College and in electrical engineering

Planned giving

Always an Engineer
Twenty years after retirement, Dr. Paul Zia is still an important part of CCEE

Foundation Year in Review

From the Outback to the Wolfpack

College of Engineering Homecoming Celebration
Red and white week

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