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Author: Brent Lancaster

Researchers work in FREEDM lab

Nov 19, 2021

College will grow faculty, student enrollment thanks to legislative funding

To continue providing job-ready graduates for North Carolina’s ever-growing tech economy, the state’s largest public university will get even larger in the next few years. North Carolina State University will add about 4,000 students – 2,000 undergraduates and 2,000 graduate students – in engineering disciplines and computer science over the next five years. The growth… 

Nov 15, 2021

Dickey receives 2021 R.J. Reynolds Award

Michael Dickey, Camille and Henry Dreyfus Professor in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at North Carolina State University, received the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company Award for Excellence in Teaching, Research and Extension on November 11, 2021. At the award ceremony, he delivered a lecture called “Beyond the terminator: liquid metals, stretchable electronics and… 

General Raymond T. Odierno speaking from behind a lecturn.

Oct 11, 2021

College mourns Odierno, alumnus who rose to Army chief of staff

Gen. Raymond Odierno, an NC State nuclear engineering alumnus, died Oct. 8 after a distinguished career in the U.S. Army that included a stint as chief of staff. 

Cartoon illustration of man and woman pushing together two puzzle pieces of a lock.

Oct 1, 2021

Statewide cybersecurity coalition receives $2 million NSA grant

A new coalition that will enhance North Carolina’s economy and keep its citizens safe through education, research,  and outreach work in cybersecurity will benefit from a $2 million grant from the National Centers of Academic Excellence in Cybersecurity located within the National Security Agency. 

NC State gateway at sunset

Sep 2, 2021

NC State researchers collaborate as part of Quantum Leap Challenge Institute for Robust Quantum Simulation

Faculty members from NC State are partnering with colleagues at other institutionsdevelop quantum simulation devices that can understand, and thereby exploit, the rich behavior of complex quantum systems. 

Image of Dana Lamberton

Jun 17, 2021

NC State and UNC Pembroke 3+2 engineering program has its first graduate

Dana Lamberton is the first graduate of NC State and UNC Pembroke's 3+2 engineering partnership program. 

Nuclear engineering students in Burlington Labs.

Jun 5, 2021

Martin-Vega addresses new graduates during global event

Dean Louis Martin-Vega addressed nuclear science and engineering graduates around the globe during an online commencement program. 

Memorial Belltower

May 27, 2021

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. 

Campus gateway sign reading NC State University

May 6, 2021

Women and Minority Engineering Programs recognize students, faculty members with awards

The College of Engineering's Women and Minority Engineering Programs honored students and faculty members with annual awards. 

Memorial Belltower

May 5, 2021

Four COE staff members receive Awards for Excellence

Four staff members from the College of Engineering at NC State received 2021 Awards for Excellence.