Graduate student Alexander Kapatos’ research in cancer immunotherapy is potentially a breakthrough therapy that may one day lead to the news headline: Cancer Vaccine Targets Lymphoma.
Peggy Olive Marks 48 Years at Graduate School
Even after 48 years of working with NC State graduate students, graduate liaison Peggy Olive has no plans to retire.
As a graduate student at NC State, Charisse Holmes investigated adverse health triggers which can occur in ubiquitous consumer products. This summer, she launched her toxicology career, working in drug safety.
Amanda Walter: Proud Graduate, Proud Woman
Amanda Walter believes that graduate studies at NC State lent her scientific credibility and eventual access “to the very people who determined whether or not pharmaceutical companies can market biosimilar drugs.”
Turning Black Roads Green
After earning her Ph.D. in civil engineering last year, Haritha Malladi set out to see some of the United States roads for herself—more than 10,000 miles of roads, to be exact.
‘The Wild About Bioinformatics’
In August, young women in grades 5-8 interested in STEM disciplines participated in a program called, “The Wild about Bioinformatics,” created by Shaw University President Tashni-Ann Dubroy and by fellow chemist Tiffani Bailey-Lash.
Student’s Research Seeks Ozone-Tolerant Wheat
Ph.D. candidate Sayed Mashaheet, who will graduate in December, is seeking wheat varieties that are resistant to rust, ozone tolerant and high yielding.
Student Creates Campus Pollinator Garden
Graduate student Melissa Tining designed and installed a pollinator garden on Centennial Campus, with funding from an NC State Sustainability Fund grant. (NC State Sustainability Office)
Engineering, CALS Students Win 3 Minute Thesis Honors
Three Ph.D. students were recognized for their outstanding research presentations Tuesday in the Graduate School’s second annual 3 Minute Thesis competition. Ten graduate student finalists presented their dissertation research in just three minutes, with one slide.
Finalists Named for 3 Minute Thesis 2016
Ten finalists for the Graduate School’s second annual 3 Minute Thesis® competition, Oct. 25, will demonstrate who is most capable of describing their Ph.D. research in just three minutes and with only one slide.