Students learn about uncertainty quantification at SAMSI workshop
NC State students David Moreau, Alice Toms and Andre Waschka recently completed the Undergraduate Workshop at the Statistical and Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute (SAMSI). The week-long program was held at SAMSI’s facility in Research Triangle Park and at NC State. […]
College of Sciences students come together for the first time
By Mary Burkey ’13 PAMS Council President and PAMS Communications Assistant More than 200 students came pouring into Riddick Hall last Friday night, February 1, for the first-ever College of Sciences Student Party. The gathering, hosted jointly by the PAMS […]
Sciences Students Win Top Honors at National Conference
Two College of Sciences students won top honors at a national conference for underrepresented minorities.
Chemistry Student Among Fulbright Winners
Chemistry student Kyle Virgil is among NC State's newest Fulbright winners. He will conduct research at Uppsala University in Sweden.
Giving Voice to Those Unheard
NC State has taught senior math and statistics major and scholarship student Emily Zucker how to stand up for those who might not otherwise be heard.
The Science Summer of ’16
Learn how our students spent the warm-weather months gaining unforgettable experiences.
College of Sciences Community Conversation
Come share with Dean Ditto about the undergraduate student experience in the college.
Biological Sciences Student Receives Gilman Award
A biological sciences student was one of four from NC State to receive the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship for study abroad during spring 2017.
Family’s Generosity Supports Students, Faculty
A faculty member and a student at NC State are both pursuing their academic passions thanks the philanthropy of the late John Risley — a longtime professor at the university — and his family.
Finding Her Path
NC State junior Christina LaMaire credits the Goodnight Scholars Program — and the opportunities it provides — with changing her life.