Gift creates new opportunities for veterans studying at NC State
Supporting student veterans at NC State University is a cause close to Mark Carter’s heart. As a radar technician in the Marine Corps, Carter realized he had an aptitude for electronics and knew he wanted to further his education in NC State’s College of Engineering.
African co-founder of SciBridge visits NC State
John Paul Eneku, doctoral student at Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda, visited NC State University to advocate for more access to research for students in East Africa and to support collaborations with the SciBridge project (www.scibridge.org).
Misra receives 2016 RJ Reynolds Award
Dr. Veena Misra, Distinguished Professor of Electrical Engineering at North Carolina State University and director of the National Science Foundation ASSIST Center, is the thirty-second recipient of the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company Award for Excellence in Teaching, Research and Extension.
Director of Minority Engineering Programs in the College of Engineering: Angelitha Daniel
Angelitha Daniel has been working with the Minority Engineering Program (MEP) since June of 2003. Learn her views on the need for diversity and inclusion in the university setting.
Engineering Students Take Top Honors in 3 Minute Thesis Competition
Three Ph.D. students were recognized for their outstanding research presentations Tuesday in the Graduate School’s second annual 3 Minute Thesis competition.
Groundbreaking alumnus trades hard-earned letter sweater for a new one
Irwin Holmes donated his tennis varsity letter sweater to the new NC State Athletics Walk of Fame and History in the renovated Reynolds Coliseum. Cherished mementos are hard to part with. Doubly so for Holmes, who broke the color barrier to earn his.
Thousands convene at fall 2016 engineering career fair
The fall 2016 NC State Engineering Career Fair was held at the Jane S. McKimmon Center for Extension and Continuing Education, September 20-21. This event sees thousands of students from NC State as well as other schools from across the United States. From freshman to graduate, the career fair has opportunities for all who attend, whether it is an internship, full-time employment, or networking experience.
Graduate student becomes research associate at national lab
Dr. Tedi-Marie Usher began her journey with Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) as a graduate student who was interested in materials science and engineering. Over the course of her graduate studies, Usher went to ORNL several times to conduct experiments that eventually led to her decision to take a position as a postdoctoral research associate there in April, 2016.
Outstanding graduate continues research, receives national award
During his time at NC State, Dr. Kenneth “Kenny” Mineart was a leader in the lab and promoted safe, efficient operations. Formerly a graduate student, teaching assistant for three years and summer co-instructor, Mineart’s outstanding qualities as both a researcher and instructor were evident to his students and advisors.
NC State leads NSF program to train future leaders at nexus of big data and materials science
North Carolina State University and North Carolina Central University are launching a National Science Foundation-funded program to recruit and train researchers in new ways of applying advanced statistical tools to physical science data.