Alumna’s Story Inspires Scholarship Endowment for Female Engineers
Mary A. Dolan had no direct connection to NC State’s Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering. But after just a few moments of hearing BAE alumna Sepi Saidi’s story, Dolan was inspired to support the department in a unique way.
A year-long internship as an undergraduate led Jacob Monroe to pursue his Ph.D. in civil engineering and delve into research that will have future impact on the nation’s power grid.
Seniors showcase projects, seek to impress celebrity judge at Engineering Design Day
As part of a semester-long research project, senior engineering students at North Carolina State University displayed their research, prototypes and data at the annual Engineering Design Day in Talley Student Union on May 3.
College recognizes outstanding seniors
The College of Engineering at North Carolina State University recognized outstanding seniors in four categories during a ceremony on May 10.
Three College of Engineering students place at Annual Graduate Research Symposium
Three graduate students in the College of Engineering at NC State were recognized as best presenters at the University’s 12th Annual Graduate Student Research Symposium on March 22.
Departmental graduation ceremonies live
Can’t make it to one of the departmental graduation ceremonies? Some of the departments within the College of Engineering offer live streaming. Check out the list below:
Computer science and engineering shine in new class of Park Scholars
The College of Engineering at North Carolina State University is well represented among the university’s new class of Park Scholars.
NC State engineering senior first to receive Newman Fellowship
In the Institute for Emerging Issues commons area of the James B. Hunt Jr. Library, children can often be found running back and forth in front of a wall of interactive digital screens. Those screens are a hit with younger visitors to the NC State campus because sensors installed on each pull up a panel of information and make a clicking noise when someone is standing nearby. To a child, running the length of the wall is like sliding a finger along a giant keyboard.
MAE student selected as university commencement speaker
After five years of experiencing actual seasons, participating in open-mic and poetry nights and enjoying the many outdoor activities Raleigh has to offer, Yasmine Connor will be checking one of her greatest accomplishments off her list: graduating from NC State. And quite frankly, going out with a bang, as she prepares to be the student speaker representing all her peers at the university graduation ceremony May 13th at the PNC Arena.
College of Engineering student teams place at annual LuLu eGames startup competition
Seven ventures submitted by NC State College of Engineering students came away with top place finishes from the 2017 LuLu eGames startup competition held on Thursday, April 20, 2017.