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.
Plant aid: A GRIP4PSI big-data project to detect plant diseases faster
An interdisciplinary team led by professor Jean Ristaino will combine small sensors with big data for faster detection of the diseases plaguing tomato fields.
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.
Innovation and creativity are rewarded at the 2020 Lulu eGames
“Think and do, that’s what NC State is all about” said Miller, and the eGames are a perfect example of how students are fulfilling that motto.
A spring break that inspires
Each year, hundreds of NC State students, including engineering students, fan out across the the globe for unique service and cultural exchange experiences.