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RTNN Wins 2024 Opal Mann Green Engagement and Scholarship Award

The Research Triangle Nanotechnology Network (RTNN) has been honored with the prestigious 2024 Opal Mann Green Engagement and Scholarship Award at NC State University. The award ceremony, scheduled for April 29 at the Park Alumni Center, will recognize RTNN's outstanding contributions to nanotechnology research, education, and community engagement.

Successful Fundraising Campaign Boosts NC State MSE

Day of Giving was a record success for NC State MSE, achieving a significant milestone in its fundraising efforts, thanks to the generous contributions of alumni and industry leaders. The department surpassed its fundraising goal of 65 gifts, which unlocked a contribution from MSE alums and co-founders of Wolfspeed (Cree), Calvin Carter and John Edmond.

Unlocking Student Success: Importance of Academic Advising

Effective academic advising is key to connecting students' academic opportunities with their future goals. It provides a supportive framework that helps students overcome obstacles and encourages personal growth, crucial for both academic success and career preparation. Hillary Stone, as the Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) Academic Advisor, has enhanced this role by establishing a proactive collaboration with students by utilizing a holistic advising approach.
George Martell Spotlight Article

George Martell: A Journey of Service, Safety and Seamless IT

In the world of IT and safety, George Martell is a seasoned professional who brings a unique blend of perspective and experience to his role as the IT Manager and Safety Officer at NC State's Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) department. Martell's journey, both before and during his time at NC State, reveals a story of dedication, resilience, and a commitment to creating a seamless and secure environment for the university's research community.
Nikki Jennings | MSE Communicator

Creative Forces: Niki Jennings’ Unique Approach to MSE Communications

When the military is mentioned, the usual associations are with traits such as discipline, obedience, and specialization. However, for Niki Jennings, Material Science and Engineering (MSE) Department Communicator, the connection takes an unexpected turn towards creativity.