Finalists Will Compete Oct. 30 in Three Minute Thesis
Ten graduate student finalists representing four NC State colleges will compete in the Graduate School’s fourth annual Three Minute Thesis on Oct. 30.
Workshop Helps New TAs Gain Confidence
A workshop designed to help new graduate teaching assistants get off to a strong start has grown in three years from just 50 students registered to over 400.
New T-Shirts Celebrate Doctorates Earned
The Graduate School has a new way to recognize students who complete their doctorates – a customizable t-shirt with a space where students can state their area of expertise and proclaim their degree completion.
A2i Week Participants Explore Industry Careers
Sixty Ph.D. students and postdoctoral scholars from NC State and other institutions will get a taste of what it’s like to work for industry during the Graduate School’s second annual Industry Immersion Week, as part of the Accelerate to Industry (A2i) program.
Author John Matteson Shares His Round-about Path to Success
Pulitzer Prize winning author John Matteson was the first speaker in a new Graduate School series, Notes from the Field that will feature different professionals describing their journey to their careers.
Former Graduate School Dean and Wife Create Travel Fund for Students
Robert S. Sowell and his wife Suester have established a fund that will help graduate students travel to professional conferences and workshops.
Innovating Industrial Workforce Development
The Graduate School's A2i program aims to be the model for enhancing graduate and postdoctoral industry workforce readiness.
Graduate School Names Outstanding Faculty Mentors
Coby Schal and Michael Schulman of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences have been named Outstanding Graduate Faculty Mentors by the Graduate School.
Flexible is Key to Successful Collaboration
Cameron Westbrook is a graduate student in the final semester of his Master of Architecture degree.
After Earning Master’s Degree, Online CALS Graduate Plans to Earn Ph.D
Natisha Melchor is set to graduate May 12 with a new Master of Youth, Family, and Community Sciences in tow.