Accelerate to Industry Hosts Partner Universities
This week, 15 North American universities are attending the Graduate School's A2i Summer Institute to learn how to introduce graduate students to industry careers on their own campuses.
After Commencement, Graduate Students Continue to Learn
With spring semester behind them, graduate students and postdocs participated in two Graduate School workshops designed to help them with major writing projects and to prepare them for careers in academia.
A Chemical Chain Reaction
Scholarship support gave senior chemistry major Kaylie Kirkwood more time to work in the lab of David Muddiman, which has led to the publication of her first paper, attendance at national conferences and her next adventure: pursuing a Ph.D. at NC State.
Legislators Hear About Value of Graduate Education
More than 70 graduate students and administrators were on hand at the N.C. General Assembly May 15 to celebrate Graduate Education Day in North Carolina.
14 Score NSF Fellowships for Graduate Research
The highly NSF Graduate Research Fellowships are competitive awards that go to students pursuing graduate degrees in the STEM disciplines.
PhD Student Raises Mental Health Awareness
As a Mental Health Ambassador at NC State, graduate student Cody Zane has found his passion in helping fellow students find support when they need it.
MedPharm Joins A2i as Summer Program Sponsor
The deadline for applying for this summer's Accelerate to Industry Immersion Week has been extended through May 17. The program introduces participants to career options in industry.
Bayer Will Join A2i As a Sponsor
Bayer, which recently became the world’s largest agriculture company by acquiring Monsanto, has joined the Graduate School’s Accelerate to Industry (A2i) Summer Industry Immersion program as a sponsor.
Faculty Mentors Recognized by the Graduate School
Faculty members Emily Berglund and Tammy Gordon have been named 2018 Outstanding Graduate Faculty Mentors by the Graduate School.
Winners Named for Research Symposium, Teaching Awards
During Graduate Education Week, students were recognized for their teaching excellence and for their science communication skills at the 14th annual Graduate Student Research Symposium.