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Fall/Winter 2015

Oct 6, 2015

Fall/Winter 2015 NC State Engineering Magazine

The Fall/Winter 2015 NC State Engineering magazine is just out. 

Oct 6, 2015

NC State Engineering Annual Giving

Have you made your annual gift to the College of Engineering? Gifts from alumni like you keep the College moving forward by supporting faculty and student recruitment and retention efforts.… 

Dr. Orlin Velev (right) Alexander Richter

Oct 6, 2015

From concept to commercialization

Benanova wants to take NC State research into the marketplace 

From left, Ankesh Madan, Stephen Gray, Tasso Von Windheim and Tyler Confrey-Maloney

Oct 6, 2015

More than a nail polish

A powerful tool for preventing sexual assault begins with a senior design project 

Oct 6, 2015

Alumnus makes the College a part of his estate plans

When it came time to make estate plans, setting up a way to support the College of Engineering made sense for Van Delk. 

Oct 6, 2015

Questions for Michaela Rikard

Michaela Rikard, a senior in biomedical engineering, visited the White House in March to discuss the Grand Challenge Scholars Program, an effort undertaken by 120 deans of engineering to train students who can tackle the most vexing issues facing mankind in the 21st century. 

Oct 6, 2015

From the Dean

As we begin a new academic year, we have much to celebrate in the College of Engineering. 

Dr. Louis Martin-Vega

Oct 6, 2015

Martin-Vega serves as president-elect of American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE)

Dr. Louis A. Martin-Vega, dean of the College of Engineering, began a term as president-elect of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) in June. 

Researchers in the College have worked with colleagues at Carnegie Mellon University to create an unpowered exoskeleton that adds an extra spring to each step a person takes and modifies the structure of their ankles.

Oct 6, 2015

Adding a little spring to your step

Researchers in the College have worked with colleagues at Carnegie Mellon University to create an unpowered exoskeleton that adds an extra spring to each step a person takes and modifies the structure of their ankles. 

Students in the MES program

Oct 6, 2015

MES program produces homegrown engineers Down East

Ramsey Davis has gone from helping his family’s boat-building business as a teenager to performing structural analysis on Marine Corps AV-8B Harrier jets, and he was able to stay in eastern North Carolina the entire time thanks to the College’s Mechanical Engineering Systems (MES) program.