PhD Career Panel – Advice for your next career step
Ph.D.-trained researchers working in a variety of fields share their career journeys and advice on navigating transitions with postdocs who attended our virtual career panel.
Manik Chandra Biswas: 6 Tips for International Graduate Students
Manik Chandra Biswas, a second year doctoral student in the Fiber and Polymer Science program in Wilson College of Textiles, shares his research experience and advice for current grad students in our most recent edition of PACK in Action.
Look Beyond the Big Boys: How Working for a Smaller Start-up Company Can Benefit Your Career
Smaller, start-up companies should also be considered for your next career step. They provide unique opportunities to experience a diversity of roles in the company as most employees wear many hats at a smaller company. We talk to two such companies, HZO & SinnovaTek, here.
Postdoc Research Spotlight: College of Sciences
Postdoctoral research from the College of Sciences is highlighted.
Postdoc Research Spotlight: College of Agriculture & Life Sciences
Postdoc research from the College of Agriculture & Life Sciences is featured.
Postdoc Research Spotlight: College of Engineering
Postdocs from the College of Engineering and their research are highlighted.
Postdoc Research Spotlight: College of Natural Resources
Postdoctoral research from the College of Natural Resources is highlighted.
Postdoc Research Spotlight: College of Veterinary Medicine
Postdoc research from the College of Veterinary Medicine is highlighted.
Postdoc Research Spotlight: Part 1
The NC State Office of Postdoctoral Affairs & Postdoctoral Association want to use this blog as a platform to highlight the amazing research our postdoctoral community does. We will be featuring more of these research blurbs from our postdocs beginning the week of May 25th.
Pack in Action: Chelsea Smith
Chelsea Smith, a graduate student in the higher education program at NC State, works with the Black Graduate Student Association and studies women of color in STEM fields. Here, she shares her academic journey, plans for the future, and a bit of advice for fellow grad students.