Mar 16, 2011
Fire It Up
The basketball is in your hands, the score is tied and time's running out. You're about 10 feet away from the basket on the right side of the court, just outside the free-throw lane. Before the clock hits 0:00, check out new research from NC State engineers that shows whether a direct shot or a bank shot has a better chance of scoring your team a postgame victory celebration.
Mar 11, 2011
Take Your Best Shot
Should you bank the basketball off the backboard or aim for nothing but net? Let NC State engineers improve your game with shots based on science.
Mar 7, 2011
Ferguson Receives NSF Career Award
Dr. Scott M. Ferguson, assistant professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, has received a Faculty Early Career Development Award from the National Science Foundation.
Mar 2, 2011
New World Order
Caldwell Fellow Alex Martin is leading a team of students in a volunteer effort to bring 21st century marketing tools to entrepreneurs in the developing world. See the future of fair trade.
Feb 25, 2011
Gubbins to Receive Medal
Dr. Keith E. Gubbins, chemical and biomolecular engineering professor, will receive the 2012 Foundations of Molecular Modeling and Simulation Medal.
Feb 23, 2011
Alma Mater Honors Felder
Dr. Richard M. Felder, chemical and biomolecular engineering professor, has won the City College of New York’s top award for engineering and computer science alumni.
Feb 16, 2011
DeCarolis Receives NSF Award
Dr. Joseph F. DeCarolis, assistant professor of civil, construction and environmental engineering, has received a Faculty Early Career Development Award from the National Science Foundation.
Feb 11, 2011
Narayan Wins Materials Science Award
Dr. Jagdish “Jay” Narayan received a 2011 Lee Hsun Lecture Award for contributions to materials science and technology.
Feb 7, 2011
Tracy Earns NSF Career Award
Dr. Joe Tracy, assistant professor of materials science and engineering, has received a Faculty Early Career Development Award from the National Science Foundation.
Jan 28, 2011
All Hail the King
On Jan. 21, eleven of the College of Engineering's most talented students sang, danced and unicycled their way across the Stewart Theatre stage in a quest to become 'Mr. Engineer,' all while raising money for the American Cancer Society Relay for Life.