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Category: Career Development
Naila Segule, 2020 Biomedical Engineering and Interdisciplinary Studies in Global Health Communication and Development was selected as one of nine recipients in 2020.
Busy students have the advantage of a free professional development and career readiness series, PackPros, to prepare customized and essential job-seeking skills and tools.
The Ambassadors help the Division of Academic and Student Affairs (DASA) support the success of the whole student by collecting data on topics that influence student success and retention at NC State.
Joseph Taylor is helping NASA learn how to grow vegetables in space to feed astronauts journeying to the moon and Mars. With plans to establish a permanent base on the moon’s surface in the next decade or
Jasmine spent her summer participating in exciting research programs at both NC State and the University of Michigan. Here’s what she learned.
Sarah is a junior University Honors student from Cary, NC, double-majoring in Chemical Engineering and Spanish. Read on to learn more about her experience in the Garden State putting large scale sustainability practices into action.
Earlier this summer, Nithin Gupta, a senior majoring in genetics, began working on his summer research project. It focuses on developing organoids that could revolutionize how we approach dealing with potential side-effects in medical treatments.
In this edition of Spotlight on our Students, we interviewed Nate Faulkner about his summer research experience at Langley working in the wind tunnels to get a feel for full-time research in the field of Aerospace Engineering.
If you are wondering what’s up with the new construction at the DH Hill, Jr. Library, you’ll be pleased to know it’s for the new Academic Success Center, opening in 2020.