N.C. Study: Warmer Water Linked to Higher Proportion of Male Flounder
In the wild and in the lab, researchers find higher water temperatures lead to fewer female flounder, a cause for concern.
For biological sciences alumna Emily Caporali, the Belltower is a place that has held extraordinary memories before, during and after her time at NC State.
Ph.D. Student Organizes Third Race to Fight Dementia
Just weeks from defending her Ph.D. dissertation in mathematics, Suzanne Crifo is organizing her third annual 5K run to fight Lewy body dementia.
Goldwater Scholar Rachel Chen: Statistically, a Good Bet
Rachel Chen, one of NC State's four 2019 Goldwater scholars, is pursuing study and research that will lead to a career in precision medicine.
Goldwater Scholar Nikhil Milind: Solving the Riddle of Genes
Nikhil Milind, a 2019 Goldwater Scholar, is melding computer science and biology to explore links between genetics and disease.
Goldwater Scholar Ana Sofia Uzsoy: Intelligent Life
Goldwater Scholar and physics major Ana Sofia Uzsoy is doing research to help us understand the universe at every scale.
Survey: Alumni Thriving in Work, Life
In a systemwide survey by Gallup, alumni of North Carolina's public universities say they highly value their undergraduate education.
Sciences Students Win International Scholarships
Sciences student Alexander Wall is headed to Germany on a prestigious Fulbright study and research grant, and other Sciences students earned scholarships to study abroad.
Biological Sciences Student Aalia Shariff Earns Distinguished Goodnight Award
The May 2019 graduate, who excelled in scholastic achievement and advocacy for underserved communities, was recognized for embodying the core values and mission of the Goodnight Scholars Program.
Reputation of NC State’s Online Master of Statistics Program Knows No Boundaries
Online student Hyunjin “Jin” Cho will be celebrating her graduation from NC State's Master of Statistics program from her hometown of Edmonton, Canada.