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NC State's delegation to ABRCMS of Seattle includes presentation winners Ravyn Njagu (back row, second from left); Kyle Virgil (far right); Ebony Leon (front, third from left) and Rahma Hida, (front, fourth from left).

Nov 30, 2015

Sciences Students Win Top Honors at National Conference

Two College of Sciences students won top honors at a national conference for underrepresented minorities. 

Sep 16, 2015

Researchers Isolate Possible Ovarian Cancer Biomarkers

Researchers from NC State are analyzing and isolating a key component to ovarian cancer. 

Shaw University president Tashni Bubroy at speaker's podium

Jun 3, 2015

Sciences Alumna Named Shaw University President

Dr. Tashni Dubroy, an NC State chemistry alumna, was named the 17th president of Shaw University. 

Madeleine Jacobs speaks at NC State.

May 1, 2015

Toward Equality in Science

Madeleine Jacobs, the former CEO of the American Chemical Society, was College‚Äôs second State of the Sciences speaker. 

Multi-generational family portrait of College supporters

Dec 23, 2013

A Family’s Chemical Bond With NC State

For more than 80 years, the Satterfields of Raleigh have helped lead the NC State sciences family. 

Apr 2, 2013

Alumna wins award for compassionate care

A version of this story originally ran in Inside View, an electronic newsletter of West Virginia University’s Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center. The seventh winner of the Patricia “Pat” Fedeles Award for Compassion in Physical Diagnosis recently was presented to Samantha Smith (B.S. 2011 – Chemistry, Biochemistry). This award is given annually to a… 

Sep 24, 2012

Sombers wins NSF CAREER Award

Leslie Sombers, assistant professor of chemistry at NC State University, has received an Early Career Development Award, more commonly known as a CAREER Award, from the National Science Foundation. The award is one of the highest honors given by NSF to early-career university faculty in science and engineering, and is intended to advance the development of… 

Jul 23, 2012

Ghiladi wins NSF CAREER Award

Reza Ghiladi, assistant professor of chemistry at NC State University, has received an Early Career Development Award, more commonly known as a CAREER Award, from the National Science Foundation. The award is one of the highest honors given by NSF to early-career university faculty in science and engineering, and is intended to advance the development of… 

Jun 28, 2012

Williams wins NSF CAREER Award

Gavin Williams, assistant professor of chemistry at NC State University, has received an Early Career Development Award, more commonly known as a CAREER Award, from the National Science Foundation. The award is one of the highest honors given by NSF to early-career university faculty in science and engineering, and is intended to advance the development of…