Taking a Different Path
Benjamin Tosto took an unconventional path to earn his bachelor of science in engineering — but NC State's 2+2 program helped him get there.
From Pakistan to the Wolfpack: An Engineering Online Grad’s Journey to Campus
Engineering Online graduate Israr Ul Haq traveled 28 hours from Pakistan to achieve a yearslong dream: seeing the school where he earned his master's degree in person.
CBE Professors Cooper, Spontak and Westmoreland Selected to Receive Faculty Awards
Originally published by the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Chemical and Biomolecular Engineerng Professors Matt Cooper, Rich Spontak and Phil Westmoreland have received awards based on their high levels of achievement as faculty members. All three professors have taught […]
Get to Know Dr. Aranya Chakrabortty
Originally published by the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Learn about Dr. Aranya Chakrabortty, one of NC State ECE’s associate professors working to revolutionize and harden the U.S. and Irish power grids, seeking to make blackouts a thing of […]
Navy Pilot’s Engineering Online Degree Will Take Her Career to New Heights
For Mary Hesler, an accomplished helicopter pilot in the U.S. Navy, earning a master's degree online is another milestone in a fast-paced career.
Appointment-Only Testing Begins Spring 2019
Beginning spring 2019, all testing at the DELTA Test Centers will be by appointment only. Faculty who use DELTA Testing Services should update their syllabus statement to alert students of the change.
Kim receives 2018 RJ Reynolds Award
Dr. Youngsoo “Richard” Kim, Jimmy D. Clark Distinguished University Professor in the Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering (CCEE) at North Carolina State University, is the thirty-fourth recipient of the RJ Reynolds Tobacco Company Award for Excellence in Teaching, Research and Extension.
Join Us at an Upcoming Event: October 2018
Want to learn more about NC State Engineering Online and meet our experts in person? Find us at an upcoming event or career fair in October 2018.
Responding to Hurricane Florence
Although Hurricane Florence is gone, the storm’s impact on North Carolina will be felt for weeks and months to come. Thousands of people are helping neighbors through the giving of supplies, time and hard work, and NC State alumni and friends can continue that response by giving to the Student Emergency Fund and the College of Veterinary Medicine’s Disaster Relief Fund.
NC State Moves Up in National Rankings
NC State continues to advance in the annual U.S. News rankings, earning kudos for innovation, teaching and programs for military veterans. Business and engineering programs also made gains this year.