Stories From May 2021

May 27, 2021  |  Covid-19 Response

How COVID-19 will affect North Carolina in the months ahead

New variants and changes in mask use may have a significant impact.

May 27, 2021  |  Outreach

College to hold Industry Partners Virtual Panel event

The College of Engineering will hold a virtual panel discussion with North Carolina business and government leaders on research funding and economic development.

May 25, 2021  |  Students

Park Scholarships announces class of 2025

The Park Scholarships program at North Carolina State University has named 40 students to its Class of 2025, the 26th class of Park Scholars. Eighteen of the students plan to study engineering or computer science.

May 20, 2021  |  Students

Meet Ellie Duquaine

Ellie Duquaine, a biomedical and health sciences engineering student, was one of the few NC State undergraduates able to study abroad for the spring 2021 semester.

May 19, 2021  |  Research

How a tougher skin could change the shape of stealth aircraft

A new material promises to make stealth aircraft even stealthier.

May 18, 2021  |  Research

Researchers develop 3D-printed jelly

The material has potential uses in soft robotics, wound healing and cell scaffolding.

May 18, 2021  |  Students

Distinguished Goodnight Award recipients for 2021 announced

Christian Kennedy ‘T21, who studied civil engineering, and LouLou Batta ’21 are the 10th and 11th recipients of the prestigious Distinguished Goodnight Award.

May 17, 2021  |  Awards and Honors

NC State announces inaugural Goodnight Early Career Innovators

Ten faculty members in the College of Engineering or affiliated departments are among the 24 recognized by a new program for promising NC State early-career faculty whose scholarship is in STEM or STEM education.

May 17, 2021  |  Research

Smaller chips open door to new RFID applications

Researchers have made what is believed to be the smallest state-of-the-art RFID chip.

May 17, 2021  |  Alumni

Paying it forward

Ryan Unger, ECE '20, received support from the Student Emergency Fund after losing his home and job in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This year, he was able to give $2,500 to help students facing similar struggles.