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The Electrical & Computer Engineering Department at NC State University is using cutting-edge research to tackle major challenges in our society. The key strength of the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering is the ability of its faculty to work together across disciplinary lines to address challenges such as energy, healthcare and security. NC State University is the only university in the United States with two National Science Foundation Engineering Research Centers, and a new DOE Advanced Manufacturing Institute on wide band gap materials and devices. http://www.ece.ncsu.edu
NC State University's manufacturing and automation program is working with Baxter on automation solutions for local industry. "Our mission is to supply the best engineers to North Carolina industry." -Jason Low, NC State lecturer and automation lab manager at the school's Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering To see how others are using Baxter in labs and classrooms, visit our research applications page at http://ow.ly/Sl5wz
The College of Engineering at North Carolina State University is focusing on the integration of research, education and job creation. Their unique facilities offer students opportunities to implement their skills in real world situations and environments as well as offering programs and spaces which encourage students to actually start their own companies.
North Carolina State University College of Engineering Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering http://www.mae.ncsu.edu/faculty-staff/profile/anna-howard/ Produced by NCSU Distance Education & Learning Technology Applications (DELTA)
http://www.ncsu.edu NC State’s first-year engineering class includes the highest percentage of female students in university history – nearly 25 percent. Programs like the WISE Living and Learning Community and the Society of Women Engineers create a support structure for female students to thrive in a normally male-dominated field. For more on how NC State supports female future engineers, visit http://news.ncsu.edu/2014/11/women-in-engineering/.
“From my perspective, the demand has never been greater,” Dean Louis Martin-Vega of NC State University’s College of Engineering says in the accompanying video. Martin-Vega describes how 400 companies now come to the College’s Career Fair twice a year – some of them represented by alumni who’ve been told: “Go back and find more of you.”
This video shows the new materials study performed by North Carolina State University.
https://www.ncsu.edu/ NC State was founded to solve problems and serve the community. North Carolinians already know that. It’s part of why, in 2016, they passed the Connect NC Bond, which secures $160 million for engineering and agriculture projects on NC State’s campus. It’s why they share our research successes — battling Zika, cracking CRISPR, decoding genetics — far and wide. It’s why they root for the red and white on the field and the court, at the speedway or in a swimming pool in Rio. It’s why they’re joining our $1.6 billion campaign to Think and Do the Extraordinary. Learn much, much more about our extraordinary 2016 at https://news.ncsu.edu/series/extraordinary-2016/
In the Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering at NC State, you’ll have the chance to work with world-class researchers who are recognized for their intellectual strengths and innovative approaches to solving technical problems in areas that are shaping our world.
Meet some of our entry level engineers who recently graduated from North Carolina A&T State University. Historically Black Colleges and Universities like N.C. A&T are institutions of higher education in the United States with degrees that prepare students for careers at Georgia-Pacific. Hear from GP engineers on the paths they chose and career advice for future graduates.
Students in the engineering program at UNC Charlotte talk about the curriculum and their experience here on campus.
Engineering isn’t all mathematics and formulas – it also takes creative juices. Things we take for granted these days – smartphones, public water systems and even light sockets – all started with an idea, says Dean Louis Martin-Vega of NC State’s College of Engineering.
Audio Transcription: When I had my list of candidate schools, I was really looking for a department that's on the rise rather than the department that's just sort of hanging on. Material Science and Engineering at NC State is really a rapidly climbing program. In order to go from a great program to the top program, it really requires all the pieces to coming together at the same time. This is the place that has invested in having grad students succeed and do the best research that they can do. I want to be a scientist who is always looking at new things that are interesting, trying to solve problems in a way that no one has really thought to solve them before. I like the aspect of working on something that could have a direct impact within my lifetime. Our goal is very simple. We bel...
he Department of Materials Science and Engineering at North Carolina State University is now one of the largest in the United States. Faculty and students are engaged in research and educational activities that span the breadth of the discipline, from new materials discovery all the way through to manufacturing. http://www.mse.ncsu.edu
Undergraduate Engineering Programs: Civil and Environmental Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Engineering Science, Systems Engineering and Engineering Management, Engineering Technology and Construction Management. More info: engr.uncc.edu
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