College mourns alumna killed in plane crash
The College of Engineering at NC State is mourning the loss of Bahareh Karami, an alumna who was killed in a plane crash in Iran on Wednesday.
Paul Burke ‘17 engineers his own path
Paul Burke ‘17, a Centennial Scholar and grandson of "Red and White Song" composer J. Perry Watson, reflects on how NC State's Wilson College of Textiles helped him prepare for a career at Cisco Systems.
US astronaut sets record for longest spaceflight by a woman
New York Times: A U.S. astronaut and NC State alumna set a record Saturday for the longest single spaceflight by a woman, breaking the old mark of 288 days with about two months left in her mission.
NASA astronaut’s advice on pursuing your dreams
CNN: In this video interview, physics alumna Christina Koch speaks to CNN about breaking the record for longest single spaceflight by a woman.
A look back at 2019
From spacewalks and record-breaking giving to innovative research – the College of Engineering has had a memorable 2019. Take a look back at some of these amazing moments.
The tower team
Dozens of experts are working on the Memorial Belltower's restoration and completion, and many of them are graduates of NC State. Meet some members of the Wolfpack who are helping complete, restore and update the university’s most iconic symbol. Two are engineering alumni Tim Cook and Tom Muse.
NC State alum attributes entrepreneurial roots to NC State’s Engineering Entrepreneurs Program
After a decade of projects, two NC State alumni and serial Triangle entrepreneurs announced $4.7 million in seed funding for their technology venture, Allstacks.
Job search tips with NC State alum Dane Grismer
According to NC State undergraduate (B.S. in Chemical Engineering 2009; B.S. in Paper Science and Engineering 2009) and postdoctoral alum, Dane Grismer, Ph.D., it is never too early for graduate students and postdocs to begin their job search.
Alumni Spotlight: Jackie Ammons
Jackie Ammons graduated in 2015 with a degree in biological engineering and a concentration in environmental engineering. She currently works as a hydraulic components engineer at Caterpillar, Inc.
Questions with young alumnus Jacob Bowes
Jacob Bowes' connection to the College of Engineering has not diminished since graduating in 2016 with a bachelor's degree in civil engineering. He remains active through his work as the chair of the development committee for the Young Alumni Advisory Board and as a Dean Circle donor.