chemical engineering

Apr 13, 2022

Goodnight Spotlight: Danielle Cain

When senior Danielle Cain ‘T22 was younger, she was given the nickname “Journey” by her grandmother because she was “constantly on the go” between school and extracurricular activities! Although Danielle explains that “Journey” has phased out, the nickname still represents […]

Mar 28, 2022

American Dream (Luna’s Version)

Luna Wang ’23 shares her version of the “American Dream” and how that brought her to pursue a degree in Chemical Engineering. Her upbringing, seeing how hard her mother worked and having a different childhood than most of her peers […]

Oct 9, 2018  |  Goodnight Spotlight

Goodnight Spotlight: Josh Jimison

When your chemistry class at NC State has more students than your entire high school graduating class, you know you are in for a bit of a culture shock. Josh Jimison ’20 can relate.

Feb 12, 2018  |  Goodnight Spotlight

Goodnight Spotlight: Catrina Rateb

Waxhaw native Catrina Rateb ’18 knows the importance of making the most out of every opportunity at NC State.

Sep 8, 2016  |  Scholars Blog

Limitless Options

Chemical engineer Catrina Rateb ’18 drops a little veteran wisdom regarding self-discovery in our new Third Year Scholar Blog. “What engineering discipline should I major in?” was probably the first question I asked myself upon my acceptance to NC State and […]

Apr 25, 2016

Goodnight Spotlight: Kraig Turner

Each month, the Goodnight Scholars Program highlights a select number of current Goodnight Scholars who represent the program’s highly diverse and involved student cohort. This month, the spotlight focuses on son of a tobacco farmer and Blanch native, Kraig Turner ’18. […]