Military Lessons: Sustainment and Sustainability
Brig. Gen. Allen Boyette, a double graduate in engineering who serves as NC State's interim senior director for energy systems for facilities and maintenance, is active member of the North Carolina National Guard.
Student Pitches Idea for Educational Statistics Videos
Jami Mulgrave, the only graduate student to compete in this year's Entrepalooza Minute to Pitch It, shared her passion for statistics in her idea for videos to teach statistics to children.
9,400+ Students Are in Graduate School This Fall
More than 9,400 graduate students are enrolled in programs this fall, and 2,300 new students registered to participate in New Graduate Student Orientation held Aug. 14.
GradPack Talks: GSA Offers Social and Academic Opportunities
Graduate Student Association Tyler Allen talks about social, academic and leadership opportunities that GSA offers to NC State graduate students.
From Fashion to Function
College of Textiles alumna Kelly Bogan describes her younger self as a maker. Today, she researches and prototypes textile material on the leading edge as a textile design engineer in the applied sciences group at software giant Microsoft.
Dean’s Scene: Skills You Need to Launch Your Career
Graduate School Dean Maureen Grasso offers tips to graduate students on how to develop the skills that will set you apart in the eyes of employers.
Think Magazine, Summer 2017
How are our NC State graduate students and alumni changing the world? Better equipment for firefighters, new technologies to fight Zika, support for flood victims and a best-selling novel adapted for a television series.
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.
Sayed Mashaheet, PhD alumnus and postdoc, is developing wheat varieties that are tolerant to ozone and resistant to wheat rust, a devastating disease that could destroy the world's wheat crop.
Hot Cities Spell Bad News for Bees
Graduate alumna April Hamblin is co-author of a new study finds that common wild bee species decline as urban temperatures increase.