CVM Graduate Student Earns NIH Biomedical Research Fellowship
The pig stem cells Kathryn Polkoff studies could one day help human skin rapidly heal after life-threatening burns.
Mission to Serve: Meghan Montemurro on Combating Homelessness
During these unprecedented times, NC State graduate student Meghan Montemurro has remained steadfast in her mission to help the homeless find safe housing.
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.
Six Graduate Students Named Fulbright Scholars
Six NC State University graduate students have received awards through the Fulbright U.S. Student Program and an NC State alumna has been named an alternate for the 2020-21 academic year.
Writing Retreat, Other Learning Opportunities Go Online
Starting May 4, the Graduate School kicks off a Virtual Writing Retreat for students. Find out about other professional development opportunities now offered online.
Dear NC State: Show Us How Awesome Your Research Is
NC State is calling for students, postdocs, faculty and staff to take part in the Envisioning Research image contest.
Graduates Give Us Their Best Shots
With Spring 2020 commencement exercises postponed, the Graduate School reached out to students earning master's and doctoral degrees this spring. You can see the amazing results here.
NC State Students Receive NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program Awards
Eighteen NC State students have earned awards that will help support their graduate school pursuits, thanks to the National Science Foundation’s Graduate Research Fellowship Program.
Shifting Online: Support for Teachers and Students
We aim to help make that shift a bit easier, especially for our graduate student and postdoc teaching audience. So, here are our tips and tricks when it comes to moving your course online.
Grad Student Wants to Improve Plant Productivity, Food Access
Danielle Cooney, a graduate student in the Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, studies ways to improve soybean production by understanding how the crop interacts with fungi in the soil.