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Jan 26, 2022

NC State and DELTA Lead Group of Four Universities in Adaptive Learning Project

NC State Associate Professor Katherine Saul, Ph.D. shares her experience fully integrating Adaptive Learning (AL) and RealizeIt into her Engineering Dynamics course. This type of course design resulted in students completing five times more problems which fostered deeper understanding of concepts and individualized assistance. 

Students pose in front the Dabney Hall sign at NC State.

Jan 24, 2022

NSF-Funded Programs Offer Research Opportunities to External Undergraduate Students

The college will offer three Research Experiences for Undergraduates programs this summer. 

A man shines a flashlight over the James Webb Space Telescope

Dec 23, 2021

James Webb Space Telescope: Q&A With Astrophysicist Bordoloi

Rongmon Bordoloi, an observational astrophysicist and assistant professor at NC State, discusses the impact of the James Webb Space Telescope. 

Jack Featherstone wearing a green sweater

Dec 16, 2021

Featherstone Receives Richard L. Blanton Outstanding Capstone Award

Jack Featherstone has been awarded the fall 2021 Richard L. Blanton Outstanding Capstone Award 

Dali Sun

Dec 1, 2021

Physicist Sun Receives NSF CAREER Award

Dali Sun, an assistant professor in the Department of Physics at NC State, has received an Early Career Development Award from the National Science Foundation. 

The Memorial Belltower framed under a brick arch on NC State's campus.

Nov 16, 2021

Two Carbon Electronics Cluster Members Named to Highly Cited List

The cluster, part of the Chancellor’s Faculty Excellence Program, is also adding two new members in January. 

NC State gateway at sunset

Sep 30, 2021

Two-Dimensional Hybrid Metal Halide Device Allows Control of Terahertz Emissions

A 2D hybrid metal halide device allows directional control of terahertz radiation generated by a spintronic scheme. 

NC State gateway at sunset

Sep 10, 2021

Neutron Beam More Accurate Probe Than X-ray, Could Also be Used to Find Physics’ ‘Fifth’ Forces

A neutron beam technique gave researchers more accurate measurements of silicon’s properties, and could be used to detect elusive fifth forces, such as dark energy. 

From left: Park Scholars Mia de los Reyes ’16, Chris Cooper ’17, Nikhil Milind ’21 and Ana Sofia Uzsoy ’21

Aug 30, 2021

4 Questions for NC State’s 4 Churchill Scholars

This spring, Park Scholars Nikhil Milind ’21 and Ana Sofia Uzsoy ’21 were named NC State’s third and fourth Churchill Scholars, following in the footsteps of Park alumni Mia de los Reyes ’16 and Chris Cooper ’17. The Churchill Scholarship was established to facilitate scientific exchange between the U.S. and the U.K. It sponsors graduate-level study at the University of Cambridge for 15-17 students, including full tuition, a stipend, travel costs and the chance to apply for a special research grant. 

NC State Belltower

Aug 25, 2021

Meet Our Newest Faculty

Thirteen new tenured, tenure-track and professional faculty members join our college this fall.