In Living Color
Efrain Rivera-Serrano, who earns his Ph.D., received an honorable mention in NC State's first Research Image Contest. He describes his work exploring colors he sees in the microscope. College of Veterinary Medicine story
Graduate School Team Takes Third in Miles for Wellness
A team of Graduate School employees recently placed third in the state’s 8-week Miles for Wellness competition, “Super Hare” division, possibly making this group the "most fit" graduate school staff in North Carolina.
Grad Alum Report: Public Officials Delay Planning for Climate Change
Graduate alumnus Brian Bulla is the lead author on a study that found local officials in coastal North Carolina are unlikely to plan for the effects of climate change until they perceive a threat to their specific communities. Matt Shipman story
950 Graduate Degrees Awarded
Graduate degrees will be awarded to nearly 950 students during fall 2016 graduation on December 16. Read more about the PNC Arena ceremony, departmental ceremonies, graduation speaker Margaret Spellings and watch a video on how to wear your graduate regalia.
Giving Back for Lessons Learned
College of Textiles graduate alumnus Prashant Prabhu reflects on his experience as a graduate student NC State and how it helped him to succeed academically as well as professionally. Story by Susan Fandel
A Message From the Dean
The Graduate School introduces Think magazine, which showcases the achievements and contributions of our graduate students and graduate alumni.
Magadalena Sorger was on the path to an MBA degree and a chance to enter the high-stakes world of business ... until she discovered ants.
Douglas Shoemaker, who completed his doctorate this year, trained at NC State’s Center for Geospatial Analytics before accepting a directorship at the Center for Applied GIS at UNC-Charlotte on July 1 this year.
Water Warrior: Catalina Lopez-Velandia
Before completing her master's degree earlier this year, Catalina Lopez-Velandia received third place at the Graduate Student Research Symposium for her research concerning 1,4-dioxane in the Cape Fear River watershed.
NC State’s First Research Image Contest Winners
NC State’s first Research Image Contest for graduate students and postdocs produced winning images like simulating the aftermath of an exploding star, capturing a bee in mid-flight and tracking how cancer cells move through the blood stream.