College recognizes 2018 Awards for Excellence recipients
Three outstanding staff members were recognized by the College of Engineering at North Carolina State University at the annual Awards for Excellence ceremony held May 1 at the James B. Hunt Jr. Library on NC State’s Centennial Campus. Dr. Louis Martin-Vega, dean of the College of Engineering, presented the awards.
Bryant, de los Reyes, and Dietrich receive Outstanding Teaching Awards
Dr. Francis de los Reyes, Dr. Casey Dietrich and Dr. Matthew Bryant in the College of Engineering at North Carolina State University received Outstanding Teacher Awards for 2017-18 at the College’s spring faculty meeting.
Ducoste receives Blessis Outstanding Undergraduate Advisor Award
Dr. Joel Ducoste, professor in the Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering (CCEE), has been announced as the recipient of this year’s George H. Blessis Outstanding Undergraduate Advisor Award, given by the College of Engineering at North Carolina State University.
Faculty in the Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering work with one of North Carolina’s most valuable resources.
‘Sensing skin’ quickly detects cracks, damage in concrete structures
Researchers from North Carolina State University and the University of Eastern Finland have developed new “sensing skin” technology designed to serve as an early warning system for concrete structures, allowing authorities to respond quickly to damage in everything from nuclear facilities to bridges.
Paving the way
Civil engineering alumnus wants to ensure opportunity is still there.
Grieshop receives NSF CAREER Award
Dr. Andrew Grieshop, assistant professor in the Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering at North Carolina State University, has received the Faculty Early Career Development Award from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
Oh say, can she sing
Engineering student Meredith Richardson got to sin the national anthem for President Barack Obama during his visit to NC State’s campus.
Study: Electric drive vehicles have little impact on U.S. pollutant emissions
A new study from North Carolina State University indicates that even a sharp increase in the use of electric drive passenger vehicles (EDVs) by 2050 would not significantly reduce emissions of high-profile air pollutants carbon dioxide, sulfur dioxide or nitrogen oxides.
Five from College of Engineering named University Faculty Scholars
The College of Engineering at North Carolina State University was well represented on the list of 2013-14 University Faculty Scholars announced by Chancellor Randy Woodson on Nov. 22. Five faculty, or a quarter of this year’s list of scholars, are […]