Fall 2016

Jan 1, 2017

Think Magazine

Welcome to Think Magazine. Learn about the great work of our graduate students and recent alumni.

Nov 29, 2016

A Message From the Dean

The Graduate School introduces Think magazine, which showcases the achievements and contributions of our graduate students and graduate alumni.

Nov 29, 2016

Magdalena Sorger

Magadalena Sorger was on the path to an MBA degree and a chance to enter the high-stakes world of business ... until she discovered ants.

Nov 29, 2016

Douglas Shoemaker

Douglas Shoemaker, who completed his doctorate this year, trained at NC State’s Center for Geospatial Analytics before accepting a directorship at the Center for Applied GIS at UNC-Charlotte on July 1 this year.

Nov 29, 2016

Water Warrior: Catalina Lopez-Velandia

Before completing her master's degree earlier this year, Catalina Lopez-Velandia received third place at the Graduate Student Research Symposium for her research concerning 1,4-dioxane in the Cape Fear River watershed.

Nov 29, 2016

NC State’s First Research Image Contest Winners

NC State’s first Research Image Contest for graduate students and postdocs produced winning images like simulating the aftermath of an exploding star, capturing a bee in mid-flight and tracking how cancer cells move through the blood stream.

Nov 29, 2016

Alexander Kapatos

Graduate student Alexander Kapatos’ research in cancer immunotherapy is potentially a breakthrough therapy that may one day lead to the news headline: Cancer Vaccine Targets Lymphoma.

Nov 29, 2016

Peggy Olive Marks 48 Years at Graduate School

Even after 48 years of working with NC State graduate students, graduate liaison Peggy Olive has no plans to retire.

Nov 29, 2016

Charisse Holmes

As a graduate student at NC State, Charisse Holmes investigated adverse health triggers which can occur in ubiquitous consumer products. This summer, she launched her toxicology career, working in drug safety.

Nov 29, 2016

Amanda Walter: Proud Graduate, Proud Woman

Amanda Walter believes that graduate studies at NC State lent her scientific credibility and eventual access “to the very people who determined whether or not pharmaceutical companies can market biosimilar drugs.”