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NC State ROTC cadet Rileigh Sevigny attended Project Tuskegee 2.0 in Abilene Texas this summer, and learned about B-1 bombers.

Nov 16, 2023

Engineering students, ROTC cadets learn new skills at summer programs

This past summer, several cadets from ROTC Detachment 595 at NC State got a chance to participate in programs across the country, bringing back new knowledge and skills that will help them in their post college military careers.  

Illustration shows a robot conducting chemistry experiments in front of a high-tech machine.

Nov 14, 2023

Autonomous lab discovers best-in-class quantum dot in hours; it would have taken humans years

A new autonomous system can identify how to synthesize “best-in-class” materials for specific applications in hours, rather than years. 

NC State researchers place waste items on a conveyor belt.

Nov 10, 2023

AI-powered waste management system to revolutionize recycling

The system is expected to streamline the collection of non-recyclable waste for conversion into renewable products, energy and fuel. 

A group of people sitting at a conference table.

Nov 9, 2023

Technical University of Denmark and NC State explore new collaboration opportunities

Leadership from the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) recently visited NC State to uncover new interdisciplinary collaboration opportunities. DTU Provost Rasmus Larsen and Senior Executive Officer for Research, Advice and Innovation Ellen Als met with university faculty and staff representing fields such as wearable technology, wireless communications, clean energy, quantum computing, cybersecurity, AI and autonomous vehicles. … 

NC State Chancellor Larry Monteith stands in front of the Monteith Research Center.

Nov 6, 2023

A Leader Passes: Remembering Chancellor Larry Monteith

Chancellor Larry Monteith devoted his academic career as an electrical engineering professor, a College of Engineering dean and the 11th chancellor of NC State to advancing the university’s role in graduate research and its expansion as a research institution. Following a long decline in health, Monteith died peacefully at his home Thursday, according to his family.… 

Meredith Biechele holding Society of Women Engineers' Rising Technical Contributor Award.

Nov 6, 2023

Young alumna wins prestigious Society of Women Engineers’ award

When Meredith Biechele graduated from NC State in 2018, she didn’t know she would go on to win one of the most prestigious awards for engineers around the world. 

Weston Cregger, wearing a white hard hat, stands in front of an industrial plant.

Nov 2, 2023

Weston Cregger ’24 awarded Cullison Scholarship

The William L. Cullison Scholarship is awarded by the Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry to undergraduate students based on academic achievements and demonstrated leadership abilities. 

a small brick building with five wooden doors that open directly into a tidy, dirt courtyard.

Nov 1, 2023

Poop, Pee and Microbes: The complicated ecology of pit latrines

The findings are relevant for efforts to both improve public health and reduce greenhouse gas emissions associated with global climate change. 

A drawing on paper from the HELIOS project displayed on dry erase board.

Oct 31, 2023

HELIOS 25th anniversary event was out of this world

The NC State alumni who worked on the HELIOS project have certainly landed among the stars.