Williams named Distinguished Professor
Dr. Laurie Williams has been named a Distinguished Professor in the Department of Computer Science (CSC) at North Carolina State University.
National Security Agency renews Science of Security Lablet at NC State
North Carolina State University has again been awarded a Science of Security Lablet by the National Security Agency (NSA) to continue its work in developing the cybersecurity and privacy breakthroughs needed to safe guard cyberspace.
Ph.D. student shares her passion for computer science
Veronica Catete spent much of her graduate school career sharing her passion for computer science with middle and high school students. After graduating in May, she will continue her work through NC State’s Game2Learn Lab.
Questions for Suzanne S. Gordon
This spring, Suzanne S. Gordon will become the first woman to serve as president of the NC State Engineering Foundation Board of Directors. She holds bachelor’s degrees in computer science and mathematics and a master’s degree in statistics, all from NC State. She retired from SAS Institute in 2012 as chief information officer.
Gaming to inspire future generations of health scientists
If the United States wants to remain a leader in health sciences, it needs to interest young people from diverse backgrounds in the field. With that in mind, a team of researchers, supported by a $1.3 million grant from National Institutes of Health, is developing an online adventure game designed to inspire future generations to pursue health-related careers.
Bitzer named Fellow of National Academy of Inventors
Dr. Donald L. Bitzer, Distinguished University Research Professor of Computer Science, has been named a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors.
Select a story: Gu receives Young Investigator Award from Controlled Release Society Williams named Fellow of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Bitzer named Fellow of National Academy of Inventors Westmoreland wins AIChE Award for Excellence in Industrial Gases Technology […]
Showcasing games and VR for education at ECGC
NC State was well represented at the 10th annual East Coast Game Conference with a variety of innovative and cutting-edge projects available for participants to experience. NC State proved to be a competitive force in the world of VR and emerging technologies.
Leadership in Technology Speaker Series – Thomas Triumph
Rescheduled Thursday, April 5, 6 PM in 1231 EB II Thomas Triumph, Executive Advisor, Business & Technology Partner Topic “The Call To Innovate“
Cloud-computing tool moves from the lab to the marketplace
How one NC State researcher’s work has gone from the lab to a thriving company.