New tool aims to assist military logistics in evacuating noncombatants
A new computer model aims to expedite military operations aimed at evacuating noncombatants, disaster response or humanitarian relief.
Meet Kadin Peterman
Meet Kadin Peterman who studied abroad at Stellenbosch University in Stellenbosch, South Africa.
2019-20 University Faculty Scholars named
NC State’s 2019-20 class of University Faculty Scholars was announced today. These 24 early- and mid-career faculty receive this designation due to their significant academic achievements and contributions to NC State through their teaching, scholarship and service to the university and greater community.
Grant from the U.S. Dept. of Labor to support AI apprenticeships
NC State receives a four-year, $6 million grant to support 5,000 workers in artificial intelligence.
Engineering alumnus named president of George Mason University
Dr. Gregory Washington, a three-time graduate of the College of Engineering at NC State, has been named as the eighth president of George Mason University. Washington is currently the dean of the Henry Samueli School of Engineering at University of California, Irvine. He will join George Mason on July 1, 2020.
New world leaders: International students form a key component of the Caldwell Fellows Program
Lingchao Mao was born in China and then emigrated with her family to Barcelona, Spain, when she was 10 years old. But when it came time for college, Mao was drawn to the United States. Or, more specifically, to NC State. “NC State is one of the best schools for engineering and statistics, which I knew I wanted to study,” Mao says.
Goodnight Scholars Program selects finalists for class of 2024
Meet this exceptional group of high school STEM students from across North Carolina.
CCEE Immersion Experiences program brings engineering to life
In late January, 22 students learned about the construction process for a state-of-the-art waste treatment facility during a tour that was part of the CCEE Immersion Experiences program.
Researchers develop smaller, lighter radiation shielding
Researchers have developed a new technique for shielding electronics in military and space exploration technology from ionizing radiation.
Researchers show what drives a novel, ordered assembly of alternating peptides
Researchers have demonstrated how to engineer two-layered nanofibers consisting of an ordered row of alternating peptides.