Three Minute Thesis Finalists Compete on Oct. 29
Come out and support our 10 graduate student finalists as they compete in the 5th annual Three Minute Thesis on Oct. 29 and compete for cash prizes as they share their research in just three minutes.
Putting Human Experience on the Map
Garrett Millar has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from NC State and will graduate in May from the Geospatial Analytics Ph.D. program. Using data from wearable sensors, he creates interactive visualizations that explore the spatial side of stress.
How to Write a Better Abstract: Workshopping at the Engineering Cafes
An abstract is a summary which gives your readers the first impression of what you have written in your article. It can entice potential readers to read your article in detail and reflects on your communication skills. Learn how to write an effective abstract with these tips.
Career Exploration: Do Your Research
This week in Career Explorations, we talk about the critical role of engaging with individuals working in fields you are interested in to better understand the demands of particular roles and nuances of working at specific companies.
Alumni Graduate Professors Named For 2019
The Alumni Association Distinguished Graduate Professorship recognizes outstanding graduate-level teaching at NC State University. The award is $4,000. All members of the graduate faculty are eligible for nomination. Up to two nominations may be submitted through eacj college’s dean’s office, […]
Planetary Geology Graduate Student Selected for NASA Honor
Rachel Atkins was selected for the prestigious Future Investigators in NASA Earth and Space Science Technology funding opportunity.
GradPack Talks: Writing at the Graduate Level, the Multilingual Edition
Ashish Kapoor, a doctoral student in the Textile Engineering, Chemistry and Science department discusses writing at the graduate level.
GradPack Talks: Writing at the Graduate Level
Emily Meyers, a doctoral student in the Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology discusses writing at the graduate level.
Career Exploration: A Reason for Being
Ikigai is a Japanese phrase and roughly translates to a reason for being. Ikigai is what most people search for in their lives. Effective career exploration involves aligning your skills, values, and interests with work that someone will pay you to do.
Reception Honors Provost’s Doctoral Fellows
Ninety new Provost's Doctoral Recruiting fellows were recognized at a September reception, hosted by the Provost's office and the Graduate School.