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Shilpa Kancharla at her workstation with a computer screen in the background.

Dec 2, 2021

NASA Intern Works on AI’s Next Generation

During an internship with the NASA Glenn Research Center, Shilpa Kancharla researched ways to replicate natural neural networks and show how they can be applied to cognitive communications. 

Hayley Tate

Nov 30, 2021

Graduation to Vocation: Hayley Tate is Promoting Wellness through Recreation

Hayley Tate will soon graduate with a master’s degree in parks, recreation, tourism and sport management. She is currently a licensed recreational therapist with UNC Health. 

Group photo with students in cap and gown posing on football field.

Nov 30, 2021

Online M.Ed. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling Ranks No. 1

NC State’s online Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Clinical Mental Health Counseling recently topped the list of best online master’s counseling programs according to 

Graduate students listen to the speaker during the Spring 2019 commencement ceremony

Nov 30, 2021

Congratulations to Our Fall 2021 Graduates

On Dec. 14, more than 830 graduate degrees will be awarded at NC State University’s fall commencement exercises. These include nearly 631 master’s degrees and 203 doctoral degrees. 

Andrew Hall

Nov 12, 2021

Wilson College Student Honored for Role in Updating Crucial Safety Standards

Doctoral student Andrew Hall worked with Dr. Bryan Ormond to update internationally recognized safety standards for personal protective equipment. 

Sara Kidd stands with sheep behind her

Nov 12, 2021

NC State Graduate Student Helps Veterans Swap Combat Boots for Cowboy Boots

NC State graduate student Sara Kidd finds purpose in connecting veterans to farming and community. 

Anelle Ammons

Nov 10, 2021

Online Graduate Blooms in the Online Horticultural Science Program

Online graduate Anelle Ammons uses her horticultural science degree to extend her reach in the community and develop her career. 

NC State University doctoral researcher Will Reckling prepares to launch a drone on Roan Mountain, NC, to map the area for endangered high-elevation plants.

Nov 10, 2021

Keeping Track of Rare Mountaintop Plants with Drones

Doctoral researcher Will Reckling devised a method to both predict where rare mountain plants are likely to grow and then target high-probability areas for flying unmanned aerial systems. 

Kelsey Oberbroeckling

Nov 10, 2021

Master’s Student Published in National Diversity Magazine

Graduate student Kelsey Oberbroeckling’s editorial on religious holidays was published in Diverse: Issues in Higher Education. 

NC State Chancellor Randy Woodson and CALS Dean Richard Linton visit alumna Katie Maloney and Novozymes lab colleagues

Oct 27, 2021

Full Circle: Food Scientist Katie Maloney’s NC State Ties

A three-time NC State graduate helps develop new food products at work and shares Wolfpack traditions with a third generation at home.