Goodnight Spotlight: Kody Jefferson
“Busy” is often the word of the day for Belhaven native and Goodnight Scholar Kody Jefferson ’21. However, those busy days are spent enriching himself in what he loves: mechanical engineering, robotics, and the Goodnight Scholars Program.
Manufacturing and medicine team up to save dog
At a time when the expectation is that we should all stay apart, CAMAL has come together with another NC State college and an industry partner to perform a miraculous procedure that saved the life of a dog and furthered medical research.
Evan Grant ’20 reflects on scholarship, leadership, service and character
Evan Grant is a Park Scholar in the Class of 2020 studying mechanical engineering with a minor in art and design. He is originally from Sylva, North Carolina, and serves as a class liaison and co-chair of the Class of 2020 Distinguished Speakers Committee.
Bottomley, students recognized by NC TECH
Dr. Laura Bottomley, director of The Engineering Place and Women in Engineering at the College of Engineering at North Carolina State University, was named Tech Educator of the Year during the NC TECH Association’s annual NC TECH Awards program.
Mechanical engineering alumnus receives Distinguished Global Alumnus Award
NC State and the Office of Global Engagement were honored to present Dr. Woo-seung Kim, president of Hanyang University in Korea, with the inaugural 2019 Distinguished Global Alumnus Award during a reception in October.
Engineering student teams to compete in annual pitch competition
Three College of Engineering student teams have been selected to pitch their innovative ideas at Wolf Den – NC State University’s pitch competition inspired by the ABC television show, Shark Tank.
Brewing up a sustainable cup
A student team develops a coffee filtration system that processes wastewater into clean water and fertilizer and is recognized in a global engineering competition.
Student team places second at Global Grand Challenges Summit
A team of NC State engineering students with a goal of making your morning cup of joe more sustainable finished second in a business plan competition at the National Academy of Engineering’s 2019 Global Grand Challenges Summit in London.
College homecoming draws engineering alumni to campus
At the College of Engineering’s annual homecoming program Nov. 2, alumni got a unique — if unscheduled — view of the ongoing construction of Fitts-Woolard Hall, which is expected to be completed in 2020.
Graduate fellowships help attract top students
When students are deciding on which school to attend for a master’s degree or Ph.D., the type of funding they receive is often a key part of their decision. Graduate fellowships, which provide the flexibility to focus on research without being tied to other responsibilities, are among the best ways to attract top students