Rahman receives COE Distinguished Dissertation Award
Dr. Akond Rahman, an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science at Tennessee Technological University and 2019 NC State Ph.D. graduate, has received the College of Engineering’s 2020 Distinguished Dissertation Award
What Is Juneteenth?
The roots of Juneteenth, or Emancipation Day, can be traced to Texas in 1865.
A personal statement from Dean Martin-Vega for the College of Engineering community
Dean Louis Martin-Vega shares a personal statement with College of Engineering students, faculty members, staff members and alumni in the wake of protests against racial injustice across the country.
Six NC State entrepreneurs selected for the 2020 Miller Fellowship
Each year, NC State Entrepreneurship selects a new cohort of Miller Fellows, a program that supports newly graduated entrepreneurs who wish to pursue their venture full-time after graduation. The six May graduates selected represent 4 university colleges and five unique startups.
Scoville Fellowship allows NC State alumnus to work on nonproliferation and nuclear security in the Middle East
Jacob Sebastian is one of just three recent college graduates in the nation to earn a spring 2020 Scoville Fellowship, and he will work for the Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI) in Washington, D.C.
A message from Dean Martin-Vega
The spring 2020 semester we’ve just concluded is one that none of us will ever forget.
ASSIST Center partners on virtual incubator to advance remote care
The ASSIST Center led by NC State has partnered with Digital Health Institute for Transformation (DHIT) to launch a virtual crowdsourced incubator that will serve as an innovation engine for advanced remote care. The program, COVID-19 Unites Us All, will consist of a biweekly webinar series featuring panels of thought leaders in digital health, as well as an Innovation Sprint.
Lessons distilled, from sports medicine to sanitizer
At NC State, Jeff Dugas ’90 learned about problem solving, leadership, service and more, and he has built on the experience as a successful orthopedic surgeon and distillery co-founder.
Engineering alumna returns to Earth after historic flight
After a record-shattering 328 days, 13 hours and 58 minutes on the space station, with 5,248 orbits around the Earth and 139,053,992 miles traveled, Koch returned to her home planet on Feb. 6, a few days after celebrating her 41st birthday among the stars.
Departmental ambassador programs promote leadership, strengthen communication skills
In an effort to create more peer-to-peer representation, each of the College’s nine academic departments have established student ambassador programs.