College recognizes outstanding seniors
The College of Engineering at North Carolina State University is happy to announce the 2020 Outstanding Senior Awards to four exceptional students in the categories of Citizenship and Service, Humanities, Leadership and Scholarly Achievement.
A Smarter Collar
Wearable data collection systems being developed in the College are empowering guide dog trainers and making a costly, time-consuming process more efficient
Our Challenges, Our Ideas
Working across disciplines, the College’s faculty members and students are collaborating to make progress in many vital areas of NSF's Grand Challenges for Engineering in the 21st century and its 10 Big Ideas.
The Data-Enabled Science of Engineering and Atomic Structure (SEAS) traineeship program is creating a new generation of data-driven scientists that will help develop smart materials.
Platforms developed in the Center for Advanced Self- Powered Systems of Integrated Sensors and Technologies (ASSIST) allow for a wide range of health applications.
The Department of Computer Science is ramping up its research and education efforts in the area of cybersecurity to help meet a critical national need.
New center will focus on traffic congestion and mobility
New center is focused on the reduction of congestion and improvement in mobility and will be led by Dr. Billy Williams, in conjunction with his role as director of NC State’s Institute for Transportation Research and Education (ITRE).
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.
Alumni donors know that Fitts-Woolard Hall is more than a building
More than 300 alumni donors have supported the College in its effort to raise $60 million in private donations to help fund construction of Fitts-Woolard Hall. Meet two couples who have made support of the project a priority and learn why they decided to give.
Endowment honors alumnus who valued education and knew the importance of scholarships
Three years after Frank Madren passed away in 2015, Jo Ann Madren honored his memory by endowing a merit-based scholarship at NC State in his name.