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An artist's rendering of an aerial view of the to-be-built Wolfspeed plant.

Oct 20, 2022

Wolfspeed ahead: an NC State spinoff powers the future

The company that pioneered LED lighting now looks to improve the efficiency and performance of electric vehicles and other high-power applications. Meet the people building the world’s largest silicon carbide manufacturing facility in Chatham County. 

James Lester standing behind computer modeled illustration of molecular structures.

Oct 28, 2021

A new way to learn

In Crystal Island: EcoJourneys, a narrative-based virtual learning environment designed by researchers in NC State’s Department of Computer Science (CSC), middle school students travel to a fictional island in the Philippines. While there, they encounter a dilemma: a local fish farm is reporting that tilapia are becoming sick at an alarming rate. It’s a complex problem… 

National Academy Regional Meeting speaker

Mar 20, 2020

NC State hosts National Academy of Engineering regional meeting

The College of Engineering hosted a regional meeting of the National Academy of Engineering on Tuesday, March 10, 2020 in the James B. Hunt Jr. Library on N.C. State’s Centennial Campus. The event’s theme was Engineering Therapies for the Future and included talks by a number of leading minds in academia and industry on the future of medicine. 

Feb 18, 2014

Carbonell elected to the National Academy of Engineering

Dr. Ruben Carbonell, Frank Hawkins Kenan Distinguished Professor of Chemical Engineering at North Carolina State University, has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering (NAE). 

Nov 11, 2010

Bullard to attend NAE “Frontiers” symposium

Dr. Lisa G. Bullard, teaching associate professor and director of undergraduate studies in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, was one of 53 of the nation’s most innovative young engineering educators selected to take part in the National Academy of Engineering’s second Frontiers of Engineering Education symposium. 

Mar 2, 2010

Jack Bauer and North Carolina College Students: Saving the World from Nuclear Annihilation!

As the nation wrestles with nuclear threats and other societal challenges, the National Academy of Engineering, North Carolina State University and Duke University will assemble college students, academics and thought leaders from industry and government from around the nation for the Raleigh Grand Challenge Summit.