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Keynote speaker John Samuel

Sep 29, 2022

College Hosts Celebrating Diversity in STEM Dinner

The College of Sciences brought together students and sciences leaders from diverse backgrounds at the Celebrating Diversity in STEM Dinner. 

Four students of various genders and ethnicities inspect a scaffolding together.

Aug 29, 2022

NC State Recognized as a Top University for Women and Minorities in STEM

ZDNET has ranked NC State as one of the best universities in the nation for women and minorities in science, technology, engineering and math. 

Cathrine Hoyo

Aug 25, 2022

From the Departments

Catch up on the latest news from our academic departments. 

blue-ish white dots and lines against a black backdrop resemble a night sky, but are actually a microscopic image of salt crystals and a fluorescently labeled virus

Aug 24, 2022

Sciences Students, Faculty Among 2022 Envisioning Research Contest Winners

Winners of the 2022 Envisioning Research contest help us understand, and appreciate, our world. 

Memorial Belltower on a snowy Feb. day.

Aug 24, 2022

Enter the 2022 College of Sciences Holiday Art Contest

The winning entry will be featured on the college’s 2022 holiday card and social media channels. 

MEA465 students look north from the southern rim of the geologic formation at the White Ridge Bike Trails site in New Mexico.

Aug 24, 2022

Rocks, Rivers and Roadside Lectures: Geology Field Camp in Photos

Look back on the experiences of 14 geology students as they explored rock formations in New Mexico. 

Goodnight Scholars Vie Villafuerte ‘T22 and Lacey Malinsky ’22

Jul 19, 2022

Distinguished Goodnight Award Recipients for 2022 Announced

Biological sciences major Lacey Malinsky ’22 was selected as a Distinguished Goodnight Award recipient. 

Gaven Bell

Jul 19, 2022

Goodnight Spotlight: Gaven Bell

Gaven Bell ’23, a biological sciences major, reflects on her undergraduate experience, which included writing an award-winning play for the NC State Theatre. 

The Proulx Lab members during APS 2022. From left to right: Carolynn Davern, Quibria Guthrie, Caroline Proulx, Hailey Young, Maxwell Bowles.

Jul 13, 2022

The Proulx Lab Shines at 2022 American Peptide Symposium

Caroline Proulx, assistant professor of chemistry, and her students were recognized for their research at the 2022 American Peptide Symposium. 

Ashley Crickard on the left and Caleb Keaveney on the right

Jun 13, 2022

Sciences Student Caleb Keaveney Receives Goldwater Scholarship

Meteorology and applied mathematics double major Caleb Keaveney is among the recipients of the prestigious Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship.