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Dec 6, 2021

ITRE helping engineers build better diverging diamond interchanges

Five civil engineering experts from NC State University’s Institute for Transportation Research and Education (ITRE) contributed to the latest official guidance on designing diverging diamonds. 

Philip Bradford

Dec 3, 2021

From Centennial Scholarship to professorship

Philip Bradford realized that he wanted to become an engineer during his middle school and high school years. He also knew that NC State was the best school for this pursuit. 

Dec 1, 2021

What is the Omicron variant of COVID-19? And what do we know about it?

There is still a lot we don't know. But here is what we do know. 

Benjamin Davis

Dec 1, 2021

Engineering student among 2020-21 Arts NC State award recipients

The annual creative and performing artist awards celebrate NC State students who either create new work and/or perform in dance, music or theatre. 

Shannon Sefton standing outside the entrance to Wilson College of Textiles.

Nov 24, 2021

Textile Engineering student adapts for valuable summer experience

Textile engineering student Shannon Sefton adapted to the challenges of the pandemic to learn a vital computer simulation program from an expert. 

Adarsh Arun and Noah Gassner pitching their venture idea, Wake, at Wolf Den. Wake is a vibrating wristband that only wakes up the one wearing it.

Nov 22, 2021

Engineering students among winners at 2021 Wolf Den

Five student teams battled it out in front of the wolves in this Shark Tank-inspired pitch competition. Meet the winners and learn about their ventures. 

Shilpa Kancharla sitting at desk in front of computer screen displaying the NASA logo.

Nov 19, 2021

NASA intern works on AI’s next generation

During an internship with the NASA Glenn Research Center, Shilpa Kancharla researched ways to replicate natural neural networks and show how they can be applied to cognitive communications. Think of it as “Think and Do” with artificial intelligence. 

Nov 18, 2021

TECS student and professors use fiber robots to research stem cells

Research experience over the summer allowed a polymer and color chemistry student to develop experimental skills and investigate stem cell development. 

"Thing big" sticker for Caldwell Fellows program

Nov 16, 2021

Caldwell Fellows application due January 18, 2022

First-year students are invited to apply to the Caldwell Fellows program by January 18, 2022. 

Jonathan Moore sitting outside with tree and building in the background.

Nov 15, 2021

Goodnight Spotlight: Jonathan Moore

Throughout the month of November the Goodnight Scholars Program will feature some of our Native American scholars and alumni in celebration and recognition of Native American Heritage Month. Active, competitive, and artistic are just three words to describe Goodnight Scholar […]