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Aerial view of The Oval and surrounding Engineering buildings and Hunt Library on NC State's Centennial Campus.

May 22, 2024

COE announces Scholar of the Year award winners

The College of Engineering’s Office of Graduate Programs has announced five winners of the 2023-24 Scholar of the Year awards. All students were nominated by their respective departments for their outstanding scholarly achievements and dedication to NC State. 

Image is a composite of four images of Dr. Jerome Lavelle with four students; Dr. Lavelle is on the right of each photo. From top to bottom, left to right: Rosie Fisher, Robert Kobrin, Zane Shockley and Abigail Wucherer.

Apr 30, 2024

College names Outstanding Senior Award winners

Four College of Engineering seniors received 2024 Outstanding Senior Awards for their exceptional achievements and contributions and undergraduate students during a ceremony on campus on April 17. 

illustration shows platelets (white blobs) and red blood cells clotting at the site of a puncture in a blood vessel.

Apr 11, 2024

Synthetic platelets stanch bleeding, promote healing in animal models

Researchers have developed synthetic platelets that can be used to stop bleeding and enhance healing at the site of an injury. 

Black, white and red illustration of a female wearing glasses and dressed in white lab coat looking at a white sphere she is holding in her hands. She is facing to the right. To the left, the words "Women in Innovation" are in white on a black background.

Mar 7, 2024

Meet two Wolfpack women who are innovative entrepreneurs

Professor Ashley Brown and alumna Seema Nandi, both of whom lead startups based on NC State research, share their insights and perspectives as researchers and startup founders. 

An autonomous microscope bathed in red and green light.

Feb 23, 2024

Autonomous, self-driving microscope accelerates cellular imaging

Traditional microscopy has significantly advanced in speed and resolution over the past decade. However, these advancements are typically limited by the speed at which an individual can image one biological sample at a time. 

Group of Engineering Grand Challenges scholars pose for a group picture.

Feb 13, 2024

GCSP fundraiser aims to raise funds for incoming students

Currently, GCSP is raising funds to support five incoming and transfer undergraduate engineering students. The funds will cover costs for them to participate in the GCSP Undergraduate Research Experience, where they will focus on one of the four pillars of the program. They aim to raise $5,000 to enable this opportunity for five students. 

Copper wolves on central campus.

Jan 19, 2024

Young alumni

Formed in 2018 by the NC State Engineering Foundation, the Young Alumni Advisory Board (YAAB) consists of NC State alumni who are fewer than 15 years post-graduation from their last degree earned. The program was created to encourage support from the growing population of College of Engineering young alumni, many of whom are thrilled to have a way to stay connected to the Wolfpack. 

A summertime daytime view of Fitts-Woolard Hall from The Oval on NC State's Centennial Campus. A large tree frames the picture on the left. Blue sky and white clouds frame the top of the background.

Jan 19, 2024

Engineering Mentorship Circles are back for 2024

Starting in January, the College of Engineering will bring alumni and students together for the College’s annual Engineering Interest Circles Program with a new name: Engineering Mentorship Circles (EMC). This is the first year the program will be offered in person as well as virtually to keep it as accessible as possible. 

Bell Tower in the spring

Oct 23, 2023

Muller and team awarded $2.9 million NIH grant

Associate professor Dr. Marie Muller will serve as principal investigator for the project, titled “Quantitative Assessment of Angiogenesis using Ultrasound Multiple Scattering." She and her team look to propose real-time quantitative assessment of angiogenesis based on Ultrasound Multiple Scattering (USMS) analysis from raw ultrasound data.