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May 10, 2011

Dougherty Receives NSF Career Award

Dr. Daniel Dougherty, assistant professor of physics, received an Early Career Development Award from the National Science Foundation to fund research on flaws in organic semiconducting films. 

May 3, 2011

Professor Honored Posthumously

Dr. Dale Sayers, a physics professor and pioneer in the field of extended x-ray absorption fine structure (EXAFS) who died unexpectedly in 2004, is a 2011 recipient of the Advanced Photon Source’s Arthur H. Compton Award. 

Apr 27, 2011

Math Makes a Difference

The American Mathematical Society (AMS) has named the NC State's Department of Mathematics one of two winners of its 2011 "Mathematics Programs that Make a Difference" award. 

Apr 27, 2011

Stats Prof Wins NSF Career Award

Yichao Wu, assistant professor in the Department of Statistics, has received an Early Career Development Award, more commonly known as a Career Award, from the National Science Foundation. 

Apr 27, 2011

Gorman to Head Chemistry

Dr. Christopher Gorman has been selected to serve as chair of the Department of Chemistry effective July 1 

Apr 21, 2011

Earth Day: Global Research Challenges

For more than 40 years, Earth Day has been a call to arms to appreciate and protect our natural environment. In order to accomplish that mission, we must first understand the challenges threatening our environmental health and sustainability. 

Apr 21, 2011

Fornes to Retire

Raymond Fornes, associate dean for research and professor of physics in the College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, announced his retirement effective June 1. 

Apr 1, 2011

Math Society Honors Ipsen

Dr. Ilse C. F. Ipsen has been selected as a national fellow of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics  for her research in numerical linear algebra. 

Jan 18, 2011

Krim Named NSF Fellow

Dr. Jackie Krim, physics professor, was recently selected as an American Creativity and Innovation Fellow by the National Science Foundation’s Division of Materials Research.