Education That Works
During their first week on campus, 4,200 new NC State freshmen will spend a lot of time finding classrooms, dining halls and new friends. Over the four years that follow, they’ll find the personal, professional and intellectual skills to change the world. And they’ll also most likely find their way into good careers and graduate programs where they’ll put those skills to work.
Research Drives Textiles Engineering Senior
Senior engineering major Meghan Wilt works in the lab on renewable resources and in Germany on nonwovens.
Ag Engineering Students Keep Farmers Farming
Senior agricultural engineering students built a watering system to help a disabled Martin County farmer tend her crops.
The Course Is a Classroom for Golf Management Students
From the clubhouse to the 18th hole, PGA golf management students are helping to improve business at Northgreen Golf Course.
On the Trail of a New N.C. Pest
Ph.D. student Diane Silcox is developing biological solutions with economic savings for managing damage from a new pest in North Carolina’s warm-season turf.
Biomedical Engineering Seniors Turn Ideas Into Solutions
For their senior projects, biomedical engineering students identify problems, devise solutions and bring them to life.
Student Teaches Boeing’s Workforce
Rachel Mastro, a psychology and business administration major, helped Boeing develop teaching tools for its 172,000 employees.
NASCAR Internship Puts Communication Senior in the Fast Lane
Communications senior Cameron McCarty has spent two summers learning about broadcasting from the "innovative geniuses" in NASCAR's Engineering Department.
Parker Steps Up as Williams Steps Down
Student Senate president Alex Parker takes the helm of student government's executive branch when NC State's newly elected student body president resigns.
The Future of Science
Global challenges don't confine themselves to tidy academic disciplines. The researchers confronting them need to be nimble. The new College of Sciences was designed to encourage NC State students and faculty in the biological, mathematical, statistical, physical, chemical and earth sciences to work across disciplinary lines.