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Cover of Spring/Summer 2017 NC State Engineering MagazineThe Spring/Summer 2017 NC State Engineering magazine revolves around the launch of Think and Do the Extraordinary, The Campaign for NC State. This issue covers the impact of our research and the extraordinary achievements of our faculty and students, as well as our campaign priorities such as our next engineering building — Engineering Building Oval.

Enjoy the issue.


From the Dean

University launches Think and Do the Extraordinary campaign



In our labs:  Constructed Facilities Laboratory (CFL)

Lending a helping hand

Your name here

A new generation for nuclear

Graduate growth

Printable you

Pack Points

New cost-effective silicon carbide high voltage switch created

‘Nano-kebab’ fabric breaks down chemical warfare agents

Computer science department ranks first nationally in female faculty members

Technology would use drones and insect biobots to map disaster areas

New technology uses electricity to track water, ID potential problems in concrete

NC State startup works to enhance the medical field as well as the community

BTEC will play prominent role in new manufacturing center

Neuroscientists and an engineer take a closer look at the brain

Microscope uses heat and loading to offer new insights into creep fatigue

College lands new National Science Foundation centers

Faculty Highlights

Annual poetry slam combines creativity and STEM for engineering students


Donating for the future

College of Engineering holds first alumni event in South Korea

On the road

Homecoming kicks off university fundraising campaign

Foundation staff welcomes new member

Annual Giving

College names 2016 Distinguished Engineering Alumni

Ways to give to the NC State Engineering Foundation

NC State Engineering Foundation board and staff

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