Meet the newest startups heading to the Andrews Launch Accelerator
Four of the five selected startups have ties to the College of Engineering.
Four with ties to College appointed to Board of Trustees
Student Body President McKenzy Heavlin, who is majoring in electrical engineering, was also appointed to a one-year term.
Engineering Miller Fellow restoring work-life balance with Home Office Solutions
Billy Dickinson, MAE '21, was awarded a Miller Fellowship to support his start-up Home Office Solutions, which aims to provide better work-from-home spaces.
NC State’s 4th Churchill Scholar prepares for deep dive into genetics
Nikhil Milind, who graduated this year with degrees in computer science and genetics, is going to Cambridge University to continue his studies into links between human genetics and diseases.
COE alumnus walks the length of equator despite health scares
Jerry Healy, who graduated from NC State with a degree in electrical engineering in 1969, recently completed his goal of walking the equivalent distance of the equator — 24,901.6 miles.
Painting success: How Radhika Date uses art to understand supply chain
Throughout her graduate studies, Date has seen a connection between art and industrial engineering.
NC State entrepreneurs’ new tech cuts website load times
Padeo, a new startup that helps decrease website load times, was launched by CSC alumnus Ben Hardison and his high school friend Camden Conekin.
NC State Entrepreneurship selects five new alumni for the 2021 Miller Fellowship
Billy Dickinson, a mechanical engineering alumnus, was named to the new cohort of Miller Fellows, a program that supports newly graduated entrepreneurs who wish to pursue their entrepreneurial ventures full-time after graduation.
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.
Paying it forward
Ryan Unger, ECE '20, received support from the Student Emergency Fund after losing his home and job in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This year, he was able to give $2,500 to help students facing similar struggles.