First year engineering students showcase projects, new skills at design day
Organize 1,371 first year NC State engineering students into 334 teams charged with creating a unique design using less than $40, and a little chaos is sure to abound. But so are plenty of creative devices — like a sorting hat from Harry Potter that “sorts” people into majors, or a Wolfpack baseball-themed pinball game.
Live fall 2018 departmental graduation ceremonies
Fall graduation is right around the corner! Unable to attend one of the departmental graduation ceremonies? Check out the list below for departments offering live streaming of their ceremonies.
NASA engineer, leader to give NC State fall commencement speech
NC State grads will draw inspiration from commencement speaker Christine Mann Darden, an internationally recognized researcher whose work is fueling the development of supersonic jets. In August 2017, Darden visited the College of Engineering to deliver the annual Welcome for Engineering First-Year Students and give a technical seminar on sonic boom minimization.
College of Engineering hosts first RET conference
For the first time, teachers and university officials who have participated in the National Science Foundation (NSF) Research Experiences for Teachers (RET) program gathered for a conference to share their experiences and develop an action plan to improve the program.
New BAE undergraduate research program
The BAE Research and Educational Enhancement Projects (REEP) are an opportunity for undergraduates to design and conduct research under the supervision of a BAE faculty mentor. These undergraduate research projects provide students a hands-on setting to dive deeper into topics introduced in the classroom.
Meet Lila Crick
Aerospace engineering senior Lila Crick answers questions about her Study Abroad experience in France.
Meet Joel Caruthers
Civil engineering senior Joel Caruthers recounts his Study Abroad experience at Nagoya University in Nagoya, Japan.
Course improves graduate engineering students’ writing skills
NC State’s College of Engineering is one of only a few engineering schools to offer a course on improving graduate students’ writing skills — an immeasurable career boost, according to former students.
Meet Harrison Kaufmann
Mechanical engineering student Harrison Kaufmann participated in Study Abroad Program at the University of Adelaide in Australia last spring.
NC State student chapter of AIChE wins Outstanding Student Chapter Award
The North Carolina State University Chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) won the Outstanding Student Chapter Award for the 23rd time for its leadership and work during the 2017-18 school year.