2017: The Year in Review
Look back at all the highlights in NC State graduate education for 2017.
Study Shows Need for Adaptive Powered Knee Prosthesis to Assist Amputees
Study by NC State graduate student shows adaptive robotic prosthesis could be helpful to amputees attempting to adapt to real-world situations, like carrying a backpack.
His Disease, His Mission
Undeterred by a devastating diagnosis, NC State scientist and Ph.D. alumnus Michael Bereman is taking the battle to ALS.
What’s On My Mind: Graduate Students & Taxes
Interim Graduate Dean Peter Harries shares his thoughts about the federal tax laws that could increase the tax burden on graduate students.
More than 1,400 Graduate Students Earn Degrees in December
In December, more than 1,400 graduate degrees will be awarded at NC State University’s graduation exercises, including nearly 1,100 master’s degrees and 330 doctoral degrees.
CSI: College of Textiles
One can gather an extraordinary amount of information from a few drops of blood at a crime scene, but when blood stains a textile as opposed to landing on a hard surface, the evidence is more difficult to interpret.
Student Spotlight: ‘Plant Research Immediately Impacts People’
After a summer undergraduate research experience with a leading NC State plant scientist, Catherine Doyle was hooked. The Ph.D. student traveled to Tanzania to see the problems posed by cassava mosaic disease.
The Economics of Cutting-Edge Ag Technology
The academic journey of Ph.D. student Mike Jones spans Peruvian potato fields and the irrigated deserts of Syria to NC State’s campus, where he investigates the impacts and public perception of cutting-edge agricultural technology.
Harries Named Interim Graduate School Dean
Peter J. Harries, senior associate dean of the Graduate School since 2015, has been named the Graduate School's interim dean.
Graduate School To Honor Outstanding Faculty Mentors
The Graduate School is asking students to nominate their professors for the Outstanding Graduate Faculty Mentor Awards. Nominations will be accepted until Nov. 30.