New world leaders: International students form a key component of the Caldwell Fellows Program
Lingchao Mao was born in China and then emigrated with her family to Barcelona, Spain, when she was 10 years old. But when it came time for college, Mao was drawn to the United States. Or, more specifically, to NC State. “NC State is one of the best schools for engineering and statistics, which I knew I wanted to study,” Mao says.
Goodnight Scholars Program selects finalists for class of 2024
Meet this exceptional group of high school STEM students from across North Carolina.
CCEE Immersion Experiences program brings engineering to life
In late January, 22 students learned about the construction process for a state-of-the-art waste treatment facility during a tour that was part of the CCEE Immersion Experiences program.
My Story: Sandy Lin
Growing up in Sneads Ferry, North Carolina, Sandy Lin ’21 used inspiration from her family’s journey to America as motivation to achieve her dream of becoming a student at NC State.
Graduate students gain a competitive edge
NC State’s Graduate School provides students with a solid educational foundation for pursuing future opportunities. Since 2017, graduate students and postdoctoral researchers have been able to take advantage of a unique pathway to reaching professional goals: the Accelerate to Industry (A2i)™ program.
NC State entrepreneurship shines at CES 2020
Senior Vice Provost for Academic Outreach and Entrepreneurship, Dr. Thomas Miller III, was recently interviewed by the Trade Show Live to talk about entrepreneurship culture at North Carolina State University and programs fostering a business-building environment.
Meet Thabani Mtsi
Meet Thabani Mtsi who studied abroad at Stellenbosch University in South Africa.
Meet James Reardon
Meet James Reardon who studied abroad at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia.
Goodnight Scholars Program fall 2019 graduates
Celebrating the talented students who are now officially Goodnight Scholars and NC State alumni!
NC State alum attributes entrepreneurial roots to NC State’s Engineering Entrepreneurs Program
After a decade of projects, two NC State alumni and serial Triangle entrepreneurs announced $4.7 million in seed funding for their technology venture, Allstacks.