Grad School Event Honors Faculty, Students
Four senior NC State University faculty members were recognized by the Graduate School for being outstanding mentors for graduate students. The 2015 Outstanding Graduate Faculty Mentor Awards were presented Wednesday, along with recognition of outstanding students during the Celebration of Graduate Student Success.
5 Students Win Fulbright Grants
NC State’s newest Fulbright Scholars hit the road to teach and conduct research in Europe, Africa and South America. Learn about these extraordinary students and their work in science, engineering, architecture and the humanities.
Green Bricks Honor Sustainability Efforts
The annual Green Brick Awards were given on April 15, honoring the top sustainability efforts on campus.
NCSU Libraries Wins Top Service Award
NC State’s innovative library system wins the nation’s highest honor for extraordinary public service. Vice Provost and Director of Libraries Susan Nutter will receive the medal at a ceremony in Washington, D.C. this summer.
Talley’s Design Wins Award
The Association of College Unions International honored NC State's Talley Student Union with its 2016 Facility Design Award.
The Right Chemistry: Au+H2O Times 2
Two NC State juniors win the highly competitive Goldwater Scholarship for 2016, an award that requires a strong track record of undergraduate research and recognizes some of the nation’s top college students in science, math and engineering.
32 Students Score NSF Fellowships
NC State students earn a record number of NSF Graduate Research Fellowships this year. Meet the students who help make NC State a research powerhouse.
Evans Groth Recognized for Libraries Work
NCSU LIbraries Jason Evans Groth is a "Mover & Shaker," according to Library Journal, for his innovative work with digital technologies.
NC State’s Barrangou Wins Canada Gairdner Award
Rodolphe Barrangou wins prestigious Gairdner Award for pioneering the gene-editing system known as CRISPR.
Recreating the Web of Blood Vessels That Keep Human Tissue Alive
For years, one of the largest obstacles facing the field of regenerative medicine was the need to create a circulatory system to support new tissues and organs as they grew. Now two researchers are being recognized for creating technology to make the customized blood vessels necessary to support tissue generation.