Reducing food waste
Hafizul Islam, the winner of the 2019 Three Minute Thesis, explained how mathematical modeling could help food banks distribute food efficiently, effectively and equitably.
Proactive steps linked to reduced medical costs, hospital visits for children with asthma
Widely available interventions are associated with lower medical costs, fewer ER visits.
Hodge Makes Fortune’s 40 Under 40
ISE alumna and advisory board member Rashida Hodge makes Fortune Magazine's 40 Under 40 Technology list.
College’s graduate programs prioritize recruiting students from a military background
One of Dr. Brandon McConnell's roles at NC State is that of military and veteran recruiting coordinator for the College of Engineering. That position is part of an effort by the College to prioritize recruiting of graduate students with military ties.
Honors faculty profile: Kanton Reynolds
Kanton Reynolds teaches the honors seminar course, HON 293: Technologists of Color/STEM Applications & Innovations in Emerging Societies, where he encourages students to gain a greater understanding and appreciation for the “scientists of color [who] have made significant contributions to the evolution of our technology and infrastructure.”
Envisioning Research Contest winners show artistic exploration
The winners of the 2020 Envisioning Research Contest brought a new light to their discoveries at NC State.
Why we should already be planning for COVID-19 vaccine distribution
What is the best way to distribute vaccines fairly and efficiently?
All systems go
From her active research on pandemic disease spread to leadership as the head of the Fitts Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, A. Doug Allison Distinguished Professor Julie Swann thinks beyond boundaries and puts solutions into action to build a better world.
Opening the doors
The new Fitts-Woolard Hall has hit many milestones. From the completion of its design concept in March 2018, the groundbreaking in April 2018 and the topping-off ceremony in December 2019. You can now add to that list its completion and turning over to the College of Engineering on July 24, 2020.
Six NC State entrepreneurs selected for the 2020 Miller Fellowship
Each year, NC State Entrepreneurship selects a new cohort of Miller Fellows, a program that supports newly graduated entrepreneurs who wish to pursue their venture full-time after graduation. The six May graduates selected represent 4 university colleges and five unique startups.