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May 6, 2021

Statistics Student Wins Fellowship From National Science Foundation

Jocelyn Chi, a Ph.D. student in the Department of Statistics, has been awarded the Mathematical Sciences Postdoctoral Research Fellowship. 

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May 3, 2021

They’ve Got Chemistry: A Popular App Impacts Student Learning Across Lab Sections

A difficult topic in an organic chemistry lab got a high-tech, pandemic-proof makeover through an exploratory DELTA grant. 

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Apr 30, 2021

Sciences Faculty, Staff, Students Receive 2020-21 University Honors

Nine members of the College of Sciences community were recently recognized with 2020-21 NC State teaching, diversity, extension and excellence awards. 

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Apr 21, 2021

Compassion, Solidarity and Grace Following the Chauvin Verdict

Dean Chris McGahan addressed the Sciences community following the verdict. 

Smiling students interact with a colorful scientific demonstration at the College Connections fair

Mar 2, 2021

Moving Toward a More Diverse, Equitable and Inclusive College

By combining strong existing programs with bold new diversity efforts, the college is working hard to create a welcoming environment for all. 

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Feb 23, 2021

Celebrating Our Heroes

Team members in University Human Resources pay tribute to their Black heroes and mentors, including Nikki Price, the college's assistant dean for culture, talent and human resources. 

Maria Gallardo-Williams teaching her chemistry class

Feb 1, 2021

Teaching the Pack: Maria Gallardo-Williams

Maria Gallardo-Williams of the Department of Chemistry is innovating with technology to bring the lab experience to students, wherever they are. 

Dec 6, 2020

Christina Koch: Women ‘Can Do Absolutely Anything They Want’

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Before she spent 328 days aboard – and sometimes outside – the International Space Station, Christina Koch spent five years at North Carolina State University. And as she prepares to deliver a commencement address to 9,100 NC State graduates in a virtual ceremony Friday evening, Koch (pronounced ‘Cook’) says NC State was about much more than the substantial physics and electrical engineering classes she took there. 

Nov 17, 2020

Alum Cultivates a Career Strengthening Native American Agriculture

NC State opened doors for chemistry alumnus Karli Moore that led her to a career supporting Native American agriculture. 

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Nov 5, 2020

GLBTQ+ in STEM Program Partners With College in New Initiative

The GLBT Center has launched a new GLBTQ+ in STEM program in partnership with the Colleges of Sciences, Natural Resources and Engineering.