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Ralph Baric, who earned two degrees at NC State, is now on the frontline of COVID-19 research, seeking both a vaccine and treatments to bring the pandemic under control.
Field Lab Names New Superintendent
Bridget Lassiter brings a can-do attitude to her new role as the first female superintendent of NC State's Lake Wheeler Road Field Lab.
Message From the Dean
Graduate School Dean Peter Harries talks about the challenges and successes that 2020 has brought.
Hindsight is 2020
Spring at the Graduate School is usually our busiest, most exciting time of year, with lots of activities and events. We take a look back at how 2020 was different.
Reducing Food Waste
The winner of the 2019 Three Minute Thesis explained how mathematical modeling could help food banks distribute food efficiently, effectively and equitably.
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NC State’s 1st Graduate Student
This year, the Graduate School celebrates 125 years of awarding graduate degrees. Meet Frank Meacham, the first student to earn a master’s degree at NC State in 1894.
About Anna Spencer: The Grad Behind the Stacks
Public history alumna Anna Spencer spent the last year uncovering treasures to help the Graduate School tell the story of 125 years of graduate student success.
Quiz: Know Your Campus Buildings
NC State has changed quite a bit in the 125 years since graduate degrees have been awarded here, including the purpose of many campus buildings. How many of these campus buildings can you identify? Test your knowledge!
She Finds Her Calling in Student Government
As the first graduate student to serve as student body vice president, Meredith Beaulieu turned her attention to improving life for other grad students.
What’s New in Graduate Education?
2019 has been a year of celebrations and an alumna in space; of Envisioning Research and Day of Giving; of ACC champions and a first-ever grant from the National Science Foundation. Find out more from our Graduate School news round-up.
Having recently been named dean of the Graduate School, Peter Harries shares some highlights from the Graduate School's past year and what to look forward to in this issue of Think.
Staying Connected in Thailand
After years as a public servant, a graduate alumnus from Thailand stays connected to NC State through an annual gathering in Bangkok with the Graduate School's David Shafer.
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From Paraguay to Kinston
When graduate student Fatima Barrios accepted a summer internship in Kinston, she knew little about the eastern North Carolina community. Her work there has helped people and businesses to overcome obstacles.
Interim Dean Peter Harries announces the Graduate School's new digital magazine and shares insights into some of the outstanding graduate students featured in this issue.
What’s Happening at the Graduate School?
Many exciting things are happening at the Graduate School. Here, we showcase our most successful activities of the past year.
Ph.D. Student Shares Her Passion for Computer Science
As a graduate student, Veronica Catete took her love of computer to under-served groups -- rural middle and high school students and even students in Africa.