Bates Wins NSF Grad Fellowship
Savannah Bates, a PhD student in the Biomathematics Graduate Program, was awarded a prestigious Graduate Research Fellowship from the National Science Foundation. Savannah works with Cristina Lanzas (NCSU Veterinary Medicine) on multi-scale modeling of Clostridioides difficile ("C. diff") infection within and between people in a hospital. Congratulations to Savannah on winning this highly competitive award.
xciting Service Learning Fall Class: COM 466 nonprofit leadership & development
COM 466 enrolls 2nd-semester freshmen through grad students and folks from every college on campus in a high impact, interactive and practical leadership and service-learning semester.
Present at the NC State Annual Undergrad Symposium Deadline April 9
PLEASE SHARE THIS ANNOUNCEMENT WITH UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS ACROSS CAMPUS! THANK YOU! NC State University Annual Spring Research and Creativity Symposium Wednesday, April 24, 2019 | 12p-4:30p Talley Student Center Ballroom Please join us at the 28th Annual NC State University […]
Ryan Brandt, Bryant Cox, and Nicolas Labaza win top 3
The William Lowell Putnam Competition is a preeminent mathematics competition for undergraduate college students in the United States and Canada. Fifteen NCSU students participated in the 2018 event. Among the NCSU contestants, the top three places go to math majors Ryan Brandt, Bryant Cox, and Nicolas Labaza. Congratulations to all!
New Course: CSC 110
Please see the attached flyer, course description and syllabus for a new course to be offered this fall, CSC 110: Computer Science Principles. The course offers a friendly introduction to the core principles of computer science, with a focus on creating meaningful computer programs. It is appropriate for students of all majors and backgrounds. It also fulfills the Interdisciplinary Perspectives GEP requirement. Questions? Contact Thomas Price: firstname.lastname@example.org
Master of Science in Teaching degree program at The University of Maine– seeking applicants
The University of Maine is currently accepting applications to our Master of Science (MST) program for fall 2019 (and January 2020).
Women in Engineering – LORD Corporation April 2nd
LORD Corporation is hosting a Women in Engineering Summit in Cary in 2 weeks. It’s open to women & men in any technical field (not just engineering). There will be female technical guest speakers, food, and lots of networking opportunities. And the leader, Erika Pumple, or I can answer any questions.
Tutor Job Opportunity
The University Tutorial Center is currently recruiting chemistry, math, and physics tutors for summer and fall 2019! Top 5 reasons to become a tutor: — solidify subject knowledge for future courses and GRE preparation — develop communication skills — […]
Department of Mathematics Business Officer Alan Porch has received the 2019 College of Sciences Award for Excellence. The Awards for Excellence recognize notable contributions above and beyond an employee’s normal job responsibilities. These accomplishments are so singularly outstanding that special recognition is justified.
Come Out to Pi Day 2019!
2019 Pi Day Career Extravaganza March 20, 20196-8pm in Talley (Mountains Ballroom)Careers, Grad School and Food!