Understanding Neurodiversity with Monique N. Colclough
Dr. Monique Colclough is currently a postdoctoral scholar working with the Belk Center for Community College Leadership and Research. She is researching neurodiversity in higher education and specifically focuses on how students who have autism can be best supported academically and holistically as institutions rethink how student success is defined and measured.
A Passion for Students Led Online Graduate to Pursue Her Degree
Brandy Arellano's five years as an online Master in Counselor Education student is coming to an end, but the impact of her time at NC State is already proving to last. Learn more about Brandy's online journey while working full time.
An Online Graduate’s Story of Applying Knowledge to Industry
Lonny Carter, a product manager at Bob Barker Company, will graduate this December with a Master of Textiles degree completed entirely online at NC State. The skills and knowledge she's gained from the program have already begun making an impact in her career.
Meet the NC State CVM House Officers
What is a house officer and how do they contribute to the work at the College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM)? Read on to learn more about how these specially trained clinicians are further developing their skills, training the next generation of veterinarians, and treating a range of animals here at NC State.
Congratulations to Our Fall 2019 Graduates
On Dec. 19, more than 1,500 graduate degrees will be awarded at NC State University’s fall commencement exercises. These include nearly 1,200 master’s degrees and 367 doctoral degrees.
Job Search Tips with NC State Alum Dane Grismer
According to NC State undergraduate (BS, Chemical Engineering; BS, Paper Science and Engineering, 2009) and postdoctoral alum, Dane Grismer, Ph.D., it is never too early to begin your job search. Grismer describes his process of career exploration, his insights from serving on job searches with his current employer (KBI Biopharma), and offers advice on being prepared and strategic in a new role.
Notes from the Field: Lydia Villa-Komaroff
Lydia Villa-Komaroff's research helped make the production of insulin more efficient. She’s also led a small biotech company through a billion-plus dollar acquisition, served as chief executive and chief science officer of a start-up company and helped to establish an organization committed to increasing diversity in STEM. She reflected on these experiences and more during her Notes from the Field lecture at NC State.
Think is the digital magazine of NC State University's Graduate School. We reach out to graduate alumni of the university and friends of the Graduate School to share success stories.
Shivpal Yadav Finds His Passion at Leadership Conference
Ph.D. student Shivpal Yadav was chosen to represent NC State University at the 10th University Scholar Leadership Symposium (USLA) in Malaysia, but then he had to find a way to pay for the trip.
Physics Ph.D. student Sanjana Curtis chronicles her five weeks of research and learning in Europe.