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Dina Osama Elsayed Elgewaily in front of a large nuclear engineering display.

May 8, 2024

Ph.D. student develops AI technology to better support NE research

Dina Osama Elsayed Elgewaily has plenty of advice for incoming Ph.D. students getting a degree in nuclear engineering. First, stick with a nine-to-five work schedule. Second, respect the weekends. 

Anna Stuffelbeam

May 7, 2024

Wilson College Student Places Second in Nextile Competition

Anna Stuffelbeam loves a creative challenge, so it’s no surprise that she placed second in Nextile’s Soy In Textile Design Challenge. The Soy in Textile Design Challenge promotes the use of sustainable textiles in design. 

A doctoral graduate student in her cap and gown stands before an large oak tree.

May 6, 2024

Fueled To Thrive

Wizaso Munthali found her path from Zambia’s environmental protection agency to a Ph.D. and research for a transition towards clean energy. 

Maggie Thompson in her graduation cap and gown, standing in front of Holladay Hall

May 2, 2024

Learning on the Job

Maggie Thompson, the chancellor’s communication specialist, will receive her Master of Science degree in technical communication at commencement this weekend. 

Katie Easley

May 2, 2024

Katie Easley ‘24: Community Fosters Love and Family

As a new graduate student looking to get involved in the campus community, Katie Easley found a space in the NC State University LGBTQ Pride Center where she felt heard and accepted. 

Headshot of Sophie Nunno-Gorbachev

Apr 29, 2024

Ph.D. Student Sophie Nunno-Gorbachev Researches Direct-to-Textile 3D Printing at The Nonwovens Institute

Sophie Nunno-Gorbachev is a Ph.D. student in the textile technology management program at the Wilson College of Textiles researching the relationship between 3D-printing and fabrics at The Nonwovens Institute. 

Jayla Moody

Apr 18, 2024

Doctoral Student Jayla Moody Marshall Wins Chancellor’s Creating Community Outstanding Student Award

A commitment to creating more equitable environments for students in higher education has been a passion of Jayla Moody Marshall’s throughout her educational career and, now, that commitment has been recognized with the NC State Chancellor’s Creating Community Outstanding Student Award. 

Layla El-Khoury's 'Force of Flows' demonstrates the process and impact of stream bank erosion through dance.

Apr 11, 2024

Dance Your PhD: NC State Grad Student Layla El-Khoury Awarded for Educational Dance Production

NC State grad student Layla El-Khoury’s ‘Force of Flows’ demonstrates the process and impact of stream bank erosion through dance, and received the “Dance Your PhD” award. 

Kim Garrett

Apr 11, 2024

Kim Garrett Is NC State’s 2024 Esri Innovation Program Student of the Year 

NC State joined a select group of universities worldwide when it became part of the Esri Innovation Program in 2017. Congratulations to our 2024 EIP Student of the Year. 

2025 US News Rankings

Apr 10, 2024

NC State’s College of Education Ranked #30 in U.S. News’ 2024 Best Graduate Schools

The NC State College of Education is tied at No. 30 in the U.S. News & World Report’s 2025 Best Graduate Schools rankings released April 9, 2024, placing the College of Education among the top 7% in the nation among both public and private universities.