Frey receives Excellence in Air Pollution Control Award
Dr. H. Christopher Frey received the 2019 Frank A. Chambers Excellence in Air Pollution Control Award from the Air & Waste Management Association on June 27.
College hosts Business North Carolina round table
The College of Engineering hosted a roundtable discussion on energy presented by Business North Carolina magazine on June 12.
Breathing new life into old bridges
Bridges across our state are in rough shape, but NC State alumnus Brad McCoy has developed a solution to give them new life — and keep us safely on the road.
Student team will represent U.S. at Global Grand Challenges Summit
A group of five NC State engineering students is one of five teams selected by the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) to represent the United States at the 2019 Global Grand Challenges Summit in London this September.
Undergraduate research experiences set students up for success
The College of Engineering at NC State is one of the world’s preeminent engineering research institutions, and opportunities abound for undergraduate students to get involved.
Bitzer and Kim win Holladay Medal
Donald Bitzer, Distinguished University Professor in the Department of Computer Science, and Youngsoo (Richard) Kim, Jimmy D. Clark Distinguished University Professor in the Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering, received the Alexander Quarles Holladay Medal for Excellence, the highest honor bestowed by NC State and the university’s Board of Trustees. Chancellor Randy Woodson recognized the awardees during 2019 Celebration of Faculty Excellence on May 1.
NC State honors outstanding faculty
NC State honored more than 30 faculty members, including Dean Louis Martin-Vega and other engineering faculty members, for their outstanding contributions to the university community during the 2019 Celebration of Faculty Excellence on May 1. The annual event honors faculty who have won prestigious state, national and international awards and created new knowledge and advancements in their respective disciplines.
After the storm
Faculty members find research opportunities in hurricane’s wake.
Research looks to bacteria to help prevent coal ash spills
Spills of coal ash from containment ponds have caused environmental damage to several waterways across the Southeast. Now, engineers from NC State have developed a technique that uses bacteria to produce “biocement” in the ponds, making the coal ash easier to store and limiting the risk of spills.
Bourham, DeCarolis and Montoya named Outstanding Teachers
Three faculty members in the College of Engineering at North Carolina State University received Outstanding Teacher Awards for 2018-19 at the College’s spring faculty meeting.