14 students at Regeneron ISEF accept COE summer camp scholarships
High school students from around the U.S. will attend virtual camps that align with their engineering interests.
Rural Works! program continues to grow, despite pandemic
Many rural communities in North Carolina and across the U.S. report talented young people leave to attend college and choose not to return. Rural Works! hopes to address this issue by matching interest and opportunity, as some students return to their home counties for rewarding summer opportunities and others explore new towns and industries.
Engineering education close to home
The College of Engineering’s teaching programs extend beyond just NC State’s campus in Raleigh. Students from the Mountains to the Piedmont to the Coast can start their undergraduate degree at a different North Carolina college or university and complete it in Raleigh. Or they can complete their entire coursework closer to home in a site-based program. And with Engineering Online, students can earn their master’s degree in engineering or computer science from anywhere in the world.
Think and Lead: Master’s program offers management training for engineers
In today’s ever-shifting job climate, professionals value flexibility and the College’s newly redesigned Master of Engineering Management (MEM) program offers just that. Along with traditional concentrations in entrepreneurship and supply chain management, the program includes what organizers call a “choose-your-own-adventure” track, where students are allowed to pick their own classes to align with their interests and career goals.
Industry Expansion Solutions leads local businesses to success
NC State’s Industry Expansion Solutions helps North Carolina businesses face challenges head-on, offering deep, engineering-based expertise that sparks success.
Engineering lends a helping hand
In March, NC State students and faculty and staff members had traveled to the Musanze district of Rwanda. They were there to hold four days of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) workshops in five rural primary schools as part of an NC State Alternative Service Break (ASB) trip.
The Park Scholarships program is marking 25 years
NC State’s Park Scholarships program welcomed its 25th class to campus this fall. Of the 41 students in the class of 2024, 20 announced plans to study in the College of Engineering. In most years, more Park Scholars study in COE than any other college.
College’s graduate programs prioritize recruiting students from a military background
One of Dr. Brandon McConnell's roles at NC State is that of military and veteran recruiting coordinator for the College of Engineering. That position is part of an effort by the College to prioritize recruiting of graduate students with military ties.
Can a simple email encourage women to stay in a STEM program?
Researchers from North Carolina State University and Kent State University want to know what can be done to broaden participation in STEM fields and improve the persistence of women in computer science.
Site-based engineering program benefits Eastern North Carolina workforce
NC State is committed to offering high-quality education no matter the delivery mode. Two students graduating from the Mechanical Engineering Systems (MES) site-based degree program in Havelock, North Carolina, are experiencing that first hand.