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Author: Danielle Herman

Solteria Ross poses in graduation gown in front of Hunt Library.

May 4, 2022

Senior Solteria Ross gives herself grace

Solteria Ross, who graduates this May with a B.S. in aerospace engineering and minors in English and women’s and gender studies, has enjoyed her classes, internships and experiences learning about one of her earliest passions, space. But dance, which she started at 3 years old, is what has kept her grounded during her years at NC State. 

Graduates in regalia watch fireworks at Carter-Finley Stadium.

May 2, 2022

Spring 2022 departmental graduation ceremonies

Find out where your department is holding its ceremony and how to watch it online. 

The NC State Belltower against a blue sky, with flowering trees in the foreground

Apr 29, 2022

Husain, Kudenov receive 2022 Alcoa Foundation Awards

Iqbal Husain and Michael Kudenov, two exceptional College of Engineering faculty members, received the 2022 Alcoa Foundation Engineering Research Awards at the spring faculty meeting earlier this month. 

Melodie Chang

Apr 19, 2022

BME senior Melodie Chang finds ways to combine interpersonal, technical skills

When Melodie Chang, biomedical engineering ‘22, walks across the stage this May, she will  be heading toward a career she didn’t know existed when she came to NC State. 

Student strolling along sidewalk during afternoon with the front of Fitts-Woolard Hall and clear blue sky in the background.

Dec 28, 2021

2021: A year of growth and leadership

NC State College of Engineering faculty and staff members and students made some significant achievements in 2021. 

MRL researcher in lab

Oct 22, 2021

NC State’s Minerals Research Laboratory celebrates 75 years

The lab, which was established in 1946, became a part of NC State’s College of Engineering in 1954. The College’s extension arm, Industry Expansion Solutions (IES), has handled operation of the lab since 2004. 

Chris Frey (left) and Joe DeCarolis (right)

Sep 23, 2021

CCEE faculty members nominated for key White House roles

Christopher Frey and Joseph DeCarolis have been nominated for roles at the Environmental Protection Agency and Department of Energy. 

Bob Mattocks (left), Suzzanne Gordon (center) and Glenn Futrell (right)

Sep 16, 2021

Engineering alumni Futrell and Gordon receive Watauga Medal

Two College of Engineering alumni received the university's highest nonacademic honor. 

Jacob Jones

Sep 9, 2021

New NSF center will advance phosphorus sustainability

Led by NC State and located on Centennial Campus, the new center aims to reduce our phosphorus dependence and its downstream effects on the environment. Jacob Jones, professor of materials science and engineering, is the director. 

A group of middle school students sit on a log and look out onto a lake.

Aug 11, 2021

Researchers incorporate marginalized voices in climate change solutions

As experts at NC State study aspects of climate change, they strive to center marginalized voices to ensure groups facing the highest risk aren’t overlooked.