Father and daughter help bring STEM support to North Carolina school
A gift from a father-daughter team of NC State graduates is providing opportunities in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) to a North Carolina elementary school.
Outstanding seniors recognized at annual event
The College of Engineering at North Carolina State University presented outstanding senior awards in four categories to exceptional students during a ceremony on April 24.
College of Engineering students receive Chancellor’s Study Abroad Scholarship
At an awards ceremony earlier this month, 46 recipients of the 2017-18 Chancellor’s Study Abroad Scholarship were recognized for their commitment to on-campus and international academic achievement. Of the 46 recipients, 11 students are from the College of Engineering.
Engineering Online graduates earned master’s degrees by working together
Earning your degree online doesn’t mean earning your degree on your own, according to Jonathan Holtvedt and Lauren McCauley.
Technique offers advance in testing micro-scale compressive strength of cement
Researchers have, for the first time, used a “micropillar compression” technique to characterize the micro-scale strength of cement, allowing for the development of cement with desirable strength properties for civil engineering applications.
Military lessons: Sustainment and sustainability
Brig. Gen. Allen Boyette, a double graduate in engineering who serves as NC State’s interim senior director for energy systems for facilities and maintenance, has been an active member of the North Carolina National Guard since he returned to campus in 2000.
Tailored for transfers
Nearly one quarter of NC State’s undergraduate students start their career elsewhere. Two such transfer students sat down to talk about their experiences coming to NC State and participating in campus life.
Engineering Alumni Clark and Cabaniss Elected BOT Officers for 2017-18
Four distinguished alumni have been elected to serve in leadership positions on NC State’s Board of Trustees.
Young alumnus paves way for future engineers
Asking young alumni to make financial contributions to their alma mater can be a tough sell. After all, didn’t they just pay a lot of money for their college education? For Jacob Bowes however, giving back could not be more important.
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.