Mitchel Colebank, PhD candidate in the Biomathematics Graduate Program, has won a prestigious American Heart Association Graduate Fellowship. His work with advisor Mette Olufsen, "Image Segmentation and Patient-Specific Fluid Modeling to Predict Cardiac Disease”, was recently featured in the SIAM News blog.
NC State’s Make-A-Thon Sustainability Design Competition 2019
Combine high-impact and Think and Do ... and you get Make-A-Thon, NC State's sustainability innovation challenge for students. In the words of previous participants: "This event is amazing." And the time to register is now.
Math Department Colloquium “Quantifying Gerrymandering: A mathematician goes to court” scheduled November 8 at 4pm
Thursday, November 8, from 4:00–5:00, in SAS 1102. This will be preceded by a tea at 3:15 in SAS 4104. SPEAKER: Jonathan Mattingly, Duke University TITLE: Quantifying Gerrymandering: A mathematician goes to court ABSTRACT: In October 2017, I found myself testify for hours in […]
Recruiting tutors for Spring 2019 semester
The Academic Support Program for Student-Athletes is looking to hire tutors for the spring 2019 semester. The job descriptions and the link for the applicants to apply are provided below. Please send this information to any students that you feel meet the criteria.
DOE Scholars Program – Accepting Applications
Now accepting applications for: DOE Scholars Program The DOE Scholars Program introduces students and recent college graduates to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) mission and operations.
PhD scholarships in mathematical biology available at Imperial College
There is a PhD scholarship in Mathematical Biology available at Imperial College with start date in Octob
Sandia NL: upcoming on campus recruitment and job opportunities
Brian Adams from Sandia National Laboratories (and a graduate from our department) will lead Sandia's recruiting activities on campus during the week of November 12.
Spring and SUMMER Service Learning Class Creates Great Impact
A gentle but enthusiastic reminder that reminder that COM 466 - "Nonprofit Leadership and Development" is again available for Spring and Summer semesters! Our 27 students from 8 different colleges (including Grads) raised over $62,000 for 12 local nonprofit agencies while learning the key leadership challenges of work and volunteering for nonprofits. I attached the Spring 2018 class impact statement for more details.
UVA’s M.S. in Commerce at NC State Oct. 23 & 26
Leverage your liberal arts, science, and engineering degree with business. Earn an M.S. in Commerce at the University of Virginia and specialize in Business Analytics, Finance, or Marketing & Management.
student job opportunity – recruiting tutor for spring 2019
The University Tutorial Center is currently recruiting chemistry, math, and physics tutors for spring 2019!