The NC State MSE department recently hosted its second visual competition as a way to foster positive morale and encourage a supportive spirit for faculty, staff, and students. After a competitive and nail-biting review by the judging panel, the winners have been selected and we are excited to announce them. Two winners were selected for the main competition.
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.
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.
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.
With the help of a DELTA Grant, students in the Amassian lab use robotics to complete a chemistry lab remotely. This technology provides a virtual learning opportunity that opens the lab space to all students. Read more about the team’s work!
DELTA Grants help faculty solve instructional challenges, often in ways that are innovative and unique. Sharing the process, results, and lessons learned through presentations and publications can be a great way to increase the visibility of this work in professional communities. Sharing results is an important, but time-consuming, task for those in academia. Your DELTA…
North Carolina State University’s Department of Materials Science and Engineering is excited to announce Assistant Professor Yin Liu has been awarded the esteemed National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER Award. This recognition comes as a testament to his innovative research in electronic and photonic materials and has far-reaching implications for the rapidly evolving fields of optics and nanotechnology.
The Association for Materials Protection and Performance (AMPP) has announced the recipients of its 2024 service and technical awards, which will be presented during the …
NC State University (Raleigh, NC) and the University Mohammed IV Polytechnic (UM6P; Ben Guerir, Morocco) are pleased to announce that they have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to pursue collaborative research projects and expand educational and training opportunities in phosphorus (P) sustainability.
John Palmour and his wife, Nancy Palmour, a 1985 alumna of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, had previously established the Palmour Family College of Engineering Fellowship Endowment and the Palmour Family Extraordinary Opportunity Scholarship Endowment for engineering students.
The founders of Cree, Inc. started a company based on the potential of silicon carbide, a finicky but promising compound long employed as an abrasive but with the potential for much more.
The advance is an order-of-magnitude improvement in the ability of soft bioelectronic materials to function efficiently in biological environments.
Malaviya National Institute of Technology (MNIT) celebrated its annual Alumni Awards on December 24, 2023, in Jaipur, India, and inducted MSE Professor and 2010 MNIT …
Franky So Swiss software company FLUXiM featured a publication by the OEMD Lab, led by Prof. Franky So. The publication “High-Efficiency Linearly Polarized Organic …
Harald Ade, Goodnight Innovation Distinguished Professor of Physics, and Aram Amassian, University Faculty Scholar and professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, have been named to an annual list of the world’s most highly cited researchers.