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Oct 24, 2019  |  Magazine

In our labs

Dr. Karen Boru Chen’s work in the field of human factors engineering explores how people interact with different types of systems — and how to make those systems safer and more efficient.

Oct 24, 2019  |  Magazine

Major impact

The College has increased the number of women faculty members over the last decade and promoted them to leadership positions in departments and centers.

Oct 24, 2019  |  Magazine

Research Triangle Nanotechnology Network

NC State, Duke and UNC-Chapel Hill may be fierce rivals on the basketball court, but the three universities are partners in an effort to enable innovative nanoscience and nanotechnology research, discovery, workforce development and education.

Oct 24, 2019  |  Magazine

Brewing up a sustainable cup

A student team develops a coffee filtration system that processes wastewater into clean water and fertilizer and is recognized in a global engineering competition.

Oct 24, 2019  |  Magazine

Fog alert

Researchers in the Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering are leading research on the impact of fats, oils and grease.

Oct 24, 2019  |  Magazine

Research as recruitment

Summer research experiences held on campus help strengthen student skills. They also serve as a way for faculty members to recruit top graduate students.

Oct 24, 2019  |  Magazine

Alumni give to Fitts-Woolard Hall to invest in North Carolina’s future

Get to know more about two alumni who have supported the Fitts-Woolard Hall project and why they see supporting the building as a priority.

Oct 24, 2019

Global growth

Alumnus and donor Ralph Edwards has a passion for the impact of study abroad

Sep 26, 2019  |  Students

Student team places second at Global Grand Challenges Summit

A team of NC State engineering students with a goal of making your morning cup of joe more sustainable finished second in a business plan competition at the National Academy of Engineering’s 2019 Global Grand Challenges Summit in London.

Jul 31, 2019  |  Students

Students learn about renewable energy during study abroad trip to Iceland

In Iceland, pillars of steam rise from the earth, while nearby waterfalls and rivers rush through the dark mountainous landscapes and past glaciers covered in volcanic ash. For 11 NC State College of Engineering students on a study abroad trip, it felt like they were in a different world.