Undergraduate earth systems science research: atmospheric modeling, sensing, and the societal impact of environmental protection.
Research at North Carolina A&T
Our land-grant heritage positions us well for today’s great research challenges – nanotechnology and biotechnology … energy and the environment … and many more. Our work extends beyond our traditional disciplines of engineering and agriculture, into areas including biomedical research, leadership development, and the social and behavioral sciences.
In emerging and converging disciplines all across the spectrum of science and engineering … health disparities, evolutionary biology, and human-machine studies, to name a few … Aggie researchers are creating new knowledge, spurring economic activity, and improving the quality of life for our community and the world.
N.C. A&T faculty and students work in laboratories and in communities, on farms and in cities, on the campus, across the state and around the world. We partner among academic units and disciplines, with other universities, and with corporate and government researchers. We invite you to learn more about how research at N.C. A&T State University drives education, community engagement and economic development.
The importance of STEM education and research
The Division of Research and Economic Development (DORED) is the administrative unit that manages N.C. A&T’s $60 million-a-year research enterprise. It is directed by Dr. Barry L. Burks, Vice Chancellor for Research and Economic Development.
DORED provides information to the public thorough a variety of media, including this website; Evolution magazine, published in the spring and fall each year; the Aggie Research blog, Twitter account, and Facebook page; and through news releases. We invite you to contact us with any questions about our work and the work of researchers at N.C. A&T.