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Feb 5, 2018  |  About NC State

Envisioning Research: NC State Calls for Research Image Contest Submissions

NC State is calling on grad students, postdocs, faculty and staff to take part in Envisioning Research, the university’s annual research image contest.

Feb 2, 2018

Graduate School Launches Industry Program

NC State’s Graduate School is expanding an initiative to introduce graduate students and postdoctoral scholars to careers in industry and is inviting other universities to bring the model to their campuses.

Jan 24, 2018

CVM Grad Student Tyler Allen Lands on Forbes’ 30 Under 30 List

Tyler Allen, Ph.D. student and president of the Graduate Student Association, has been named to Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list, which highlights visionaries in 20 different industries.

Jan 12, 2018

Americans Want a Say in Human Genome Editing

Student Mira Abed used a summer internship with the Los Angeles Times to explain the results of a survey on how Americans feel about CRISPR.

Jan 5, 2018

Help Us Create a ‘Defenders’ T-shirt

The Graduate School is seeking your designs for a t-shirt to celebrate our Ph.D. 'defenders' who successfully defend their dissertation research.

Dec 13, 2017

2017: The Year in Review

Look back at all the highlights in NC State graduate education for 2017.

Dec 6, 2017  |  Innovative Research

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.

Dec 6, 2017  |  Alumni Success

His Disease, His Mission

Undeterred by a devastating diagnosis, NC State scientist and Ph.D. alumnus Michael Bereman is taking the battle to ALS.

Dec 5, 2017

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.

Dec 4, 2017

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.