Meet James Reardon
Meet James Reardon who studied abroad at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia.
High-Powered Rocketry Club wins altitude award at NASA competition
As their rocket climbed toward the sky outside NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala., the NC State High-Powered Rocketry Club members watched it go up — and up, and up.
Chasing the moon
A decisive victory in the moon race came 50 years ago this summer. In July 1969, NASA landed the first man on the moon with the Apollo 11 mission. Key in that achievement were dozens of NC State alumni.
Navy pilot’s Engineering Online degree will take her career to new heights
When it came time for Mary Hesler — a lieutenant in the U.S. Navy — to choose a master’s degree program, she needed an option that would not slow her down.
Meet Lila Crick
Aerospace engineering senior Lila Crick answers questions about her Study Abroad experience in France.
College names Distinguished Engineering Alumni for 2017
The College of Engineering at North Carolina State University named the Distinguished Engineering Alumnus award winners for 2017. The recipients are Basil Hassan, senior manager of the Thermal, Fluid, and Aero Sciences Group for Sandia National Laboratories and Alan S. Icenhour, associate laboratory director for the Nuclear Science and Engineering Directorate at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
MAE student selected as elite astronaut scholar
Aerospace engineering student, Madison Maloney, has been selected to join the 2017-18 Astronaut Scholars. She will attend the Innovators Gala in Washinton, D.C., from September 14–16, where she will be awarded up to $10,000 and recognized with other members of the Astronaut Scholar Honor Society.
Bright ideas, Brought to life
At NC State, students experience hands-on learning and creating in six makerspaces across campus that are designed to give life to ideas and entrepreneurial endeavors.
NC State engineers “soar” with March 24 sailplane exhibit
Aerospace engineering students at North Carolina State University team up with pilots and flight instructors to show off another way humans defy gravity — soaring. Up to six modern gliders, which are also called sailplanes because they can fly more than 100 miles without an engine, will be on display on NC State’s Centennial Campus.