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  • On May 15, 2019, three of our graduate students, along with their advisors and key administrators, participated in North Carolina's Graduate Education Day. At this event, students met with legislators in Raleigh, NC to discuss their research and demonstrate the importance of graduate education for the state of North Carolina. Graduate Education Day is an annual event coordinated by the North Carolina Council of Graduate Schools (NCCGS).
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  • Visit the Spring 2019 Doctoral Scholars E-Showcase to explore the research of many of our graduating Ph.D. students.
  • On April 2, 2019, N.C. A&T honored 30 of our current graduate students and 7 of our graduate alumni at the 2019 Graduate Scholars Recognition Luncheon. This event honored College-Level and University-Level recipients of the Outstanding Graduate Research Assistant Awards, the Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant Awards, the Outstanding Thesis and Dissertation Awards, and the Rising Graduate Scholar Awards, as well as the competitors from our Spring 2019 Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition.

    Pictured below: several of our 2019 Award Recipients.
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    The award recipients across all categories are listed below. Click on the award category for additional pictures and details.
    Outstanding Junior GRA Courtnee Powell College of Health and Human Sciences
    Richmond Djorgbenoo College of Science and Technology
    Sajjad Sayyar Roudsari College of Engineering
    Alexis Sharkey College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
    Outstanding Senior GRA Gail Joseph College of Science and Technology
    Sidharth Reddy Karnati Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering
    Mulakala Bharath Kumar College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
    Janelle Mason College of Engineering
    Outstanding Junior GTA Anthony Andrews College of Education
    Breonna Johnson College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
    Julia Johnson College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
    Outstanding Senior GTA Edward Asante College of Business and Economics
    William Agyakwah College of Science and Technology
    Prosenjit Chatterjee College of Engineering
    Kristen Edwards College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
    Outstanding Thesis John Jenkins College of Engineering
    Britney Newton College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
    Myrah Wilson College of Education
    Outstanding Dissertation Dr. Manish Sharma Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering
    Dr. Emmanuel Asiamah College of Science and Technology
    Dr. Shon Barnes College of Education
    Dr. Joseph Nuamah College of Engineering
    Rising Graduate Scholar Brittany Clark College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
    Daniel  Ananey-Obiri College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
    Keleigh Blount College of Education
    Joshua Fiadorwu College of Science and Technology
    Zhipeng Liu College of Engineering
    Furkan Ulu Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering
    Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Finalists Gail Joseph (Winner) College of Science and Technology
    Rohit Ranabhat (Runner-Up and People's Choice Award) College of Science and Technology
    Shalil Khanal (Third Place) College of Science and Technology
    Quintara Jernigan College of Education
    Mosarrat Samiha Kabir College of Engineering
    Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Semi-Finalists Meric Arslan College of Science and Technology
    Olusola Jeje College of Science and Technology
    Elsie Mpere College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
    Emmanuel Nuakoh College of Engineering
    Saina Ramyar College of Engineering
  • We are delighted to announce that our alumni Dr. Sarah Adjei-Fremah (Ph.D. '17, Energy & Environmental Systems) and Faihaa Ahmed (M.S. '17, Biology) won the Council of Historically Black Graduate Schools' 2019 Dissertation Award and Thesis Award, respectively.
  • On January 25, 2019, Dr. Philip Clifford (University of Illinois - Chicago) was invited to N.C. A&T to present a special workshop for Title III Ph.D. Fellows and other Ph.D. students. The workshop, entitled "Put Your Ph.D. to Work: Planning for a Successful Career in the Sciences," explored self-assessment tools and career planning strategies that will help students find the career path that is the best fit for their professional skills, interests, and values.

    Pictured below: [Top] Dr. Clifford with Title III Ph.D. Fellows and Title III Program staff. [Bottom] Graduate College staff members present Dr. Clifford with a certificate of appreciation.
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  • The Graduate College is excited to announce the Woodland Ellroy Hall Fellowship, named in honor of the first student to receive a graduate degree from N.C. A&T. In January 2019, Finalists for the inaugural Woodland Ellroy Hall Fellowship visited campus and were interviewed by University faculty and administrators. The first Woodland Hall Fellowships will be given to students entering a new graduate program in Fall 2019. More information about the Fellowship is available here.

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About N.C. A&T

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North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University is a public, land-grant, doctoral research institution located in Greensboro, NC.  The university is a member of the University of North Carolina system.  The Graduate College coordinates and administers advanced programs and course offerings leading to 9 doctoral, 29 master's and 9 certificate programs in collaboration with the College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences; College of Arts Humanities and Social Sciences; College of Business and Economics; College of Education; College of Health and Human Sciences; College of Science and Technology; College of Engineering; and the Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering.  Degrees offered include PhD, MA, MAEd, MAT, MBA, MS, MSA, and MSW.  The Graduate Catalog provides detailed information about our programs, some of which are available online.  N.C. A&T also offers a variety of financial assistance options for graduate study.

 

N.C. A&T does not discriminate against employees, students, or applicants on the basis of age, color, disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, political affiliation, race, religion, sexual orientation, genetic information, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. For inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies, contact the Title IX Coordinator at titleixcoordinator@ncat.edu.

 

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