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Natalie Ziemba stands in front of a sign that reads Aufaga Village

Apr 6, 2021

Natalie Ziemba Achieved Her Career Goals Thanks to Online Statistics Graduate Certificate

Learn about Natalie Ziemba's experience in NC State's online Graduate Certificate in Applied Statistics and Data Management. 

Memorial Belltower

Apr 6, 2021

Sciences Students Receive NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program Awards

Several Sciences students were among the 22 NC State students who earned awards to support their graduate education. 

A screen shot from one of the NC State Datathon entries

Mar 31, 2021

Virtual Datathon Draws More Than 100 Students From Universities Across N.C.

The event was organized by NC State Statistics graduate students and sponsored by John Deere. 

Fish

Mar 1, 2021

From the Departments

Catch up on the latest news from our academic departments. 

Fish

Feb 25, 2021

After Hurricane Irma, Soundscape Reveals Resilient Reef Ecosystem

New research shows soundscapes of coral reef ecosystems can recover quickly from hurricanes. 

Eugene Cheung stands in front of a building.

Feb 4, 2021

In Era of COVID-19, Virtual Thesis Defenders Make the Most of It

NC State graduate students are taking advantage of the pandemic-necessitated virtual format to invite family and friends to attend their thesis and dissertation defenses. 

Memorial Belltower

Jan 26, 2021

Looking Back and Moving Forward: What 2020 Taught Us

NC State faculty, staff and students, including Laura Sremaniak of the Department of Chemistry and Emily Reed of the Department of Biological Sciences, reflect on the lessons of 2020. 

Bram Frohock

Dec 8, 2020

Chemistry Student Wins 2020 Three Minute Thesis Competition

Chemistry graduate student Bram Frohock took first place in this year's virtual Three Minute Thesis competition. 

Marine science doctoral student Kayelyn Simmons makes notes while on a research dive studying underwater soundscapes off the Florida Keys.

Jul 21, 2020

Graduate Student Selected for Prestigious Marine Policy Fellowship

Kayelyn Simmons of the Department of Marine, Earth, and Atmospheric Sciences has been selected for the Sea Grant John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship program. 

Zoe Lindsey-Mills and Rob Smart review research on a laptop in their lab

Mar 4, 2020

Connecting Your World With Your Health

The Center for Human Health and the Environment shares its expertise with communities across North Carolina.