First Ph.D. graduate endows professorship in biological and agricultural engineering
Charlie Suggs spent his 90th birthday in the same way he had spent many other days of his life: making a lasting impact to the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering (BAE). With the signing of the Charles W. Suggs Distinguished Professorship in Biological and Agricultural Engineering Endowment, Dr. Suggs and his wife, Jane, created a named endowed professorship in the department.
IEI First in Future: Barbara Mulkey (CE ’77, ’84)
First in Future: Where Emerging Ideas Take Flight is a weekly program from the Institute for Emerging Issues (IEI) at NC State University that connects you…
Engineering alumna assigned to International Space Station mission
NC State engineering alumna Christina Hammock Koch is slated to serve as a flight engineer on an April 2019 NASA mission.
NC State Engineering Foundation announces creation of the Young Alumni Advisory Board
The Engineering Foundation is delighted to announce the creation of the NC State Engineering Young Alumni Advisory Board. After an overwhelming response to a call for applications, a group of 18 young professionals representing various engineering disciplines from NC State classes of 2003 and later, joined together for their first advisory board meeting.
From first steps to dream jobs: Get to know our May 2018 Engineering Online graduates
This year marks the 40th anniversary of the College of Engineering’s distance learning program. What began in 1978 — when lessons were recorded and mailed to students on VHS tapes — has grown into one of the nation’s top ten online engineering graduate programs.
Questions for Suzanne S. Gordon
This spring, Suzanne S. Gordon will become the first woman to serve as president of the NC State Engineering Foundation Board of Directors. She holds bachelor’s degrees in computer science and mathematics and a master’s degree in statistics, all from NC State. She retired from SAS Institute in 2012 as chief information officer.
A Wolfpack family gives back
Pack loyalty prompts the Sigmon family to make generous gifts to the College of Engineering and the University.
Alumni participation matters!
When it comes to national rankings, U.S. News & World Report considers a wide range of factors, including the alumni participation rate, or the percentage of alumni who make an annual gift to NC State. This means that your gift to the College of Engineering — no matter the amount – directly impacts our national ranking.
Hassan, Icenhour receive DEA awards
The College bestowed the Distinguished Engineering Alumnus award on Dr. Basil Hassan and Dr. Alan S. Icenhour at a banquet on Nov. 1, 2017.
Engineering graduates return for homecoming
Each year during the University’s homecoming weekend, engineering graduates are invited to a Friday lunch and presentation to catch up with classmates and see the progress the College has made and the cooperative atmosphere that the College strives for.