Getting ready for the real world
Jasmine Wang is graduating from NC State this week and will be right back on campus in January. The Wilmington native receives her degree, a Bachelor of Science in computer science, but is enrolled in the accelerated bachelor’s/master’s degree program, which allows undergraduate students at NC State to complete the requirements for both degrees at an accelerated pace. She expects to receive a master’s in December 2020.
Goodnight Scholars Program fall 2019 graduates
Celebrating the talented students who are now officially Goodnight Scholars and NC State alumni!
Researchers make robots from self-folding kirigami materials
Researchers have demonstrated a new way to make robots.
Forging ahead, their way
No two paths to graduation look the same. Meet a handful of extraordinary fall graduates who forged ahead to make it happen.
A look back at 2019
From spacewalks and record-breaking giving to innovative research – the College of Engineering has had a memorable 2019. Take a look back at some of these amazing moments.
The tower team
Dozens of experts are working on the Memorial Belltower's restoration and completion, and many of them are graduates of NC State. Meet some members of the Wolfpack who are helping complete, restore and update the university’s most iconic symbol. Two are engineering alumni Tim Cook and Tom Muse.
Live fall 2019 departmental graduation ceremonies
Can’t make it to one of the fall 2019 departmental graduation ceremonies? Some of the departments within the College of Engineering offer live streaming. Check out the list.
NC State alum attributes entrepreneurial roots to NC State’s Engineering Entrepreneurs Program
After a decade of projects, two NC State alumni and serial Triangle entrepreneurs announced $4.7 million in seed funding for their technology venture, Allstacks.
NC State named a hot spot for 5G innovation
As the global race toward 5G heats up, NC State will lead research to create a faster, smarter wireless network.
Thirteen new participants join Global Engagement Institute
The Global Engagement Institute has thirteen new participants for the 2019-20 academic year. These faculty and staff interested in broadening their international work experience will now have the support of a professional development program with expert consultants, workshops tailored to their research, and a funded conference to collaborate with NC State’s strategic partners in Australia.