One in every eight students in North Carolina public schools has a disability. That's nearly 170,000 people who need the expert support of the state's educators.
Enter NC State College of Sciences' Catalyst - a program that gives high school students with disabilities the hands-on learning and experiences they need to thrive in STEM fields. Read more about the program here: [ Thinkand.do Link ]
Proud of NC State Engineering's Jay Narayan and Paul Turinsky for being elected into the National Academy of Engineering. Read more about the work of these two world-class leading faculty members here. - Chancellor Woodson
See how NC State College of Sciences professor Helena Mitasova uses 3-D models and kinetic sand to help make changes to landscape problems ranging from erosion to wildfire management to national park accessibility: [ Thinkand.do Link ] #ThinkAndDo
AP highlights NC State College of Design alumnus Phil Freelon's work on the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture and his influence on the nation's view of African American history. #ThinkAndDo
Today is a day celebrating “love,” and it’s hard to think of many people that truly love NC State more than Benny Suggs, director of the NC State Alumni Association. Benny was recently awarded the Order of the Long Leaf Pine, one of the most prominent awards conferred by the governor of North Carolina, and earned through exemplary service that goes beyond the call of duty and makes a... View details ⇨
NC State College of Design alumnus Phil Freelon designs buildings that tell stories and unite communities. His highest-profile project yet, the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, opened last fall. See more of his story here: [ Thinkand.do Link ]
We'll be tweeting from Washington, D.C. tonight at 6:30 as Freelon speaks with local alumni about his time with NC... View details ⇨
NC State College of Sciences professor Eric Laber uses video games to teach decision making. One application? Helping doctors make more efficient and reliable decisions to treat serious diseases like cancer and diabetes.
So proud to announce that Christopher Cooper, an NC State senior majoring in chemical engineering and economics, has been awarded a prestigious Churchill Scholarship. He is NC State’s second Churchill Scholarship recipient in the the last two years and is one of 15 recipients of the award this year. A little more than 100 U.S. institutions are invited to nominate up to two applicants for the... View details ⇨