The Insider on Undergraduate Research
My undergraduate research journey started in the summer of 2019 with the smell of roasted coffee as it enveloped the air while I hastily walked down to my first training in the clean room at the NC State Nanofabrication Lab.
Over the summer, Christa Parrish ’21 ventured out to the Mediterranean for climate change research with the Cyprus International Institute for Environmental and Public Health.
Discovery, collaboration, and the unexpected. Just another day in the lab for Carrisa Womble ’19.
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 […]
My Summer on Andros Island
When you think of the Bahamas, you think of pristine beaches and tropical cocktails. But for Tyler Eubanks ’17, his visit down to the Bahamas was all about gaining valuable research experience in environmental science. Goodnight Scholars Program: Tell us […]
Brinkley Raynor ’17 receives priceless hands-on research experience studying bacterial biofilms at the Institute for Molecular Infection Biology in Wuerzburg, Germany. Goodnight Scholars Program: Tell us about your summer enrichment experience in Germany. Brinkley Raynor: This summer I worked at the […]