Fall/Winter 2016

Sep 23, 2016  |  Magazine

From the Dean

Each year, the beginning of the fall semester brings a flood of students to campus, all celebrating some milestone in life — the first year away from home, matriculation into a chosen discipline, or the final semester or two before graduation. This fall marks a special milestone. Our entering first year students are the much anticipated “Engineers of 2020.”

Sep 23, 2016  |  Magazine

Read the Fall/Winter 2016 NC State Engineering magazine

The Fall/Winter 2016 NC State Engineering magazine features the investments we are making to continue to enhance the education we provide our students, the research we conduct to improve lives and the economy and the outreach we conduct to ensure that future engineers will be prepared for the exciting world they will encounter after graduation.

Sep 23, 2016  |  Magazine

In our labs

These are the spaces that enable groundbreaking research.

Sep 23, 2016  |  Magazine

Family ties

Minority Engineering Programs continue to grow

Sep 23, 2016  |  Magazine

Team effort

Join alumni and friends who are supporting the Engineering Oval project

Sep 23, 2016  |  Magazine

EcoPRT will bridge the gap between NC State’s two campuses

Two faculty members in the College are creating a new transportation system that would link Centennial Campus with the University’s main campus.

Sep 23, 2016  |  Magazine

Beyond the classroom

Advances in driverless cars, stories about computers learning to best mankind in games of skill and the prospect of a computer posing as a human handling your next online customer service experience have brought fresh recognition to the field of artificial intelligence (AI).

Sep 23, 2016  |  Magazine

Forward motion

It’s been a great decade for the College of Engineering. Over the last 10 years, the College has seen tremendous growth in enrollment, research funding, fundraising and faculty hiring.

Sep 23, 2016  |  Magazine

College of Engineering Homecoming Celebration

Alumni, join us for the College of Engineering Homecoming Celebration on Oct. 28.

Sep 23, 2016  |  Magazine

From the Outback to the Wolfpack

Dr. Paul Franzon learned to fly as a student in his university glider club, chasing kangaroos up and down the ridges of the Outback in south Australia. Today, you can catch a glimpse of him in the sky above Carter-Finley Stadium before the Wolfpack football team takes the field.