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Tag: Dr. Louis Martin-Vega

Jim and Ann Goodnight

May 20, 2022

Transformational gift

Two long-term philanthropic leaders for NC State have continued their outstanding support of the University by endowing the engineering dean’s chair. The gift recognizes the leadership of the College’s current dean and will help ensure continued success of deans who follow in his footsteps. 

Louis Martin-Vega (left) and Deval Parikh (right) conversing in front of an ISE department lab.

Dec 7, 2021

College of Engineering welcomes “home” alumni in India

Deval Parikh, chemical engineering ‘94, met with Dean Louis Martin-Vega in the new Fitts-Woolard Hall this fall to discuss the growth of the College, its state-of-the-art Centennial Campus and world-class research. Parikh, who is on the Engineering Foundation’s Board of Directors, is leading efforts to engage international alumni in the NC State engineering community. Watch the… 

Dr. Louis Martin-Vega, dean of the College of Engineering

Apr 28, 2021

Dean Martin-Vega elected to National Academy of Engineering

Louis Martin-Vega, dean of the College of Engineering, has been elected as a member of the National Academy of Engineering (NAE). Election to the NAE is among the highest professional distinctions accorded to an engineer. 

Jan 17, 2014

Engineering dean talks collaboration at cleantech group’s gathering

The College of Engineering at North Carolina State University benefits greatly from its position in the Research Triangle, Dean Louis Martin-Vega told an audience at the Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster’s inaugural annual meeting. 

Nov 13, 2012

A world away, but right at home

After more than three decades of innovative work in the US and Turkey, two NC State engineering alumni reconnect with their alma mater in Istanbul. 

Mar 21, 2011

Martin-Vega discusses College of Engineering, NAE Grand Challenges in radio interview

Dr. Louis Martin-Vega, dean of the College of Engineering at North Carolina State University, discussed the College’s role as a top engineering research-and-education institution and how NC State is helping to solve the world's toughest problems in an hour-long radio interview on March 16. 

Sep 15, 2010

Comments of Jim Yocum

Dean Martin Vega, Chancellor Woodson, Speaker Hackney, faculty, alumni and friends of the University.  I am pleased and humbled by the opportunity to address the distinguished guests and to help dedicate this building to the service of the students of the university and to the citizens of the state of North Carolina. Let me first…