Engineering Students Win Three Minute Thesis
Three students from the College of Engineering were chosen as winners in the Graduate School’s fifth annual Three Minute Thesis.
Student Documents Green Book Sites in North Carolina
In this post, public history doctoral student Lisa Withers reflects on her work with the North Carolina Green Book Project, an effort to document Green Book sites across the state.
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.
MFA Alumnus Wins Prestigious Writing Prize
Poet Tyree Daye, who earned his master of fine arts in creative writing from NC State in 2017, is one of 10 recipients of a 2019 Whiting Award, one of the largest and most prestigious awards given to emerging writers in the United States.
Diversity in Law Enforcement: 5 Questions with Raleigh’s Chief of Police
NC State graduate alumna and Raleigh Police Chief Cassandra Deck Brown delivers a campus lecture Feb. 7 on Inclusion and Diversity in Law Enforcement.
Finalists Chosen for 2017 Three Minute Thesis
Ten graduate student finalists representing five NC State University colleges will compete in the Graduate School’s third annual Three Minute Thesis competition on Oct. 31 at Hunt Library.
Therese Anne Fowler
After graduating from NC State's MFA program, Therese Fowler experienced the publication of many successful works--including Z: A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald, recently adapted as an Amazon original series.
Science Behind Bars
A research team of forensic psychologists -- including a graduate student and graduate alumna -- are investigating the incidence of mental illness in the Wake County Jail population.
Bridging the Digital Divide
MALS alumna Tia Bethea is helping to connect limited-resource Raleigh residents with high-speed internet service.
Graduate Students Share Humanities, Social Sciences Research
From student loans to Syrian immigrants to public opinion in Russia, graduate students in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences share their research projects presented at this year's Graduate Student Research Symposium.