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Nur-Us-Shafa Mazumder

Sep 9, 2021

Getting to Know Nur-Us-Shafa Mazumder: 2021-2022 Provost’s Fellowship Recipient

Nur-Us-Shafa Mazumder, recipient of the 2021-2022 Provost’s Fellowship, joins the Wilson College of Textiles as a doctoral student in the fiber and polymer science program this fall. 

Cole Callahan

Sep 9, 2021

Marketing Analytics Grad Student Starts a New Chapter

For Cole Callahan, the Master of Management, Marketing Analytics concentration is the missing piece in helping him change the world for the better. 

Lina Quesada and Camilo Parada examine a petri dish

Sep 1, 2021

Ph.D. Candidate Camilo Parada Wins Prestigious Award

Camilo Humberto Parada-Rojas, a Ph.D. candidate in plant pathology, received a $10,000 Storkan-Hanes-McCaslin Foundation Award, given annually to an outstanding graduate student working with soilborne diseases. 

Imani Madison

Sep 1, 2021

Power of Plants: Ph.D. Student Imani Madison

Heading into her final year of doctoral study, Imani Madison is making the most of her research, learning and service opportunities as her own professional transformation continues. The Ronald E. McNair Scholars Program is helping. 

Wenna Han

Sep 1, 2021

Getting to Know 2021-22 Provost’s Fellowship Recipient Wenna Han

Wenna Han shares more about her research plans as a Wilson College of Textiles doctoral student with the textile technology management program, as well as how the Provost’s Fellowship will provide support during the first year of her studies. 

multi-colored shards of material, resembling a stained-glass window

Aug 19, 2021

Envisioning Research Winners Capture the Beauty in Their Work

Research shows us the beauty of our world – and helps us understand it. 

doctoral student holding virtual reality gear while sitting at desk

Aug 10, 2021

Psychology Student Uses Virtual Reality to Study Astronaut Emergencies

Using a virtual reality simulation of the International Space Station, doctoral student Imani Murph will explore how distractions affect abilities to perform unfamiliar tasks. 

Jocelyn Painter on boat - NC State Student Brings Indigenous Knowledge to State Climate Policies - College of Natural Resources News NC State University

Aug 10, 2021

NC State Student Brings Indigenous Knowledge to State Climate Policies

College of Natural Resources Ph.D. student Jocelyn Painter is giving North Carolina’s Native American tribes a seat at the governing table. 

Brad Kearney in his Army uniform

Jun 25, 2021

Solving Health Crises for a Better World

Four years after earning his doctorate at NC State, Bradley Kearney joined the Army as a biochemist. During the COVID-19 pandemic, in addition to helping establish an award-winning diagnostic laboratory in Japan, he works as a medical planner to help provide the best possible health system for all Army operations. 

Marcus Grevel

Jun 14, 2021

Marcus Grevel on Humanitarian Supply Chain, Serving and ‘True Grit’

By employing courage, maintaining a headstrong demeanor and sense of humble servitude, Jenkins MBA student and active duty soldier Marcus Grevel is helping to strengthen the humanitarian supply chain.