Chancellor’s Innovation Fund supports six promising projects
This year’s Chancellor’s Innovation Fund winners are working toward safer treatments for human and animal health, novel manufacturing methods for toilet paper, lightweight car frames and synthetic fuel.
Researchers develop computational model to build better capacitors
Model aims to guide development of new energy storage devices for electronics.
Controlling artificial cilia with magnetic fields and light
Researchers have made remotely-controlled, artificial cilia that bend into new shapes, then return to their original shape.
The Data-Enabled Science of Engineering and Atomic Structure (SEAS) traineeship program is creating a new generation of data-driven scientists that will help develop smart materials.
Alumni donors know that Fitts-Woolard Hall is more than a building
More than 300 alumni donors have supported the College in its effort to raise $60 million in private donations to help fund construction of Fitts-Woolard Hall. Meet two couples who have made support of the project a priority and learn why they decided to give.
Brantley, Easter and Hooks receive DEA awards
The College bestowed the Distinguished Engineering Alumnus (DEA) award on John C. Brantley, III, Steffanie B. Easter and Jacob T. “Jake” Hooks. Dr. Louis Martin-Vega, dean of the College, recognized the three distinguished graduates at a banquet on Nov. 6. Brantley could not attend the ceremony.
2019-20 University Teaching Awards announced
NC State has honored more than 30 faculty for their commitment to educational excellence with the 2019-20 University Teaching Awards. A recognition event for all award recipients will be held when conditions are more favorable.
Ride with pride
License plate sales help reward faculty.
Engineering on the Front Lines
The College of Engineering adjusts to a changing landscape.
“Don’t be afraid to show up:” Meet the Fall 2019 Student Commencement Speaker
With a chance to send a lasting message to graduates who are about to take on the world by force, what may be viewed as a daunting task by some is seen by Fall 2019 Student Commencement Speaker Abigail ‘Abby’ Carbone as a dream come true and an opportunity to empower fellow women in STEM.