Dream job: Engineering solutions to improve global health
Brendon Lynch, a 2016 graduate of NC State majoring in Biological and Agricultural Engineering, shares about his jump from campus to a sustainability-related career.
April is Earth Month
This year’s Earth Month features more than 50 sustainability-related events.
Student chapter of Engineers Without Borders receives Green Brick Award
The NC State Sustainability Council announced the 2018 recipients of the university’s Green Brick Awards at an April 26 ceremony recognizing outstanding contributions to sustainability. NC State’s student chapter of Engineers Without Borders is the campus organization winner.
During Make-a-thon, students create sustainability solutions
In this unique NC State innovation competition, students design and prototype solutions to sustainability challenges.
NC State students launch company to modernize dumpsters
Through a startup called Trashr, these NC State students want to create a smarter dumpster that improves the efficiency of waste collection.
Net-Zero Near Antarctica
A unique building design competition provides NC State engineering students with real-world experience.
NC State scores for video game design
NC State ranks among the top schools in the nation for undergraduate courses related to video game design, according to the Princeton Review’s Best 381 Colleges 2017, a popular annual survey of U.S. colleges and universities.
Students Design Sustainability Solutions
At NC State's inaugural Make-A-Thon, 42 students on 11 teams competed to create new solutions to campus sustainability challenges.
College of Engineering students advancing sustainability at NC State
Twenty students from NC State’s College of Engineering have been selected as NC State Stewards — the university’s student sustainability ambassadors — for the 2015-2016 academic year.
Distributed technique for power ‘scheduling’ advances smart grid concept
Researchers from NC State University have developed a new technique for “scheduling” energy in electric grids that moves away from centralized management by tapping into the distributed computing power of energy devices. The approach advances the smart grid concept.