DELTA Grants 2019-2020 Recipients Announced
DELTA is excited to collaborate with a new round of faculty partners on 22 new and four continuing DELTA Grants. We’re also adding one new DELTA Faculty Fellow to our four continuing fellows. We look forward to working with our faculty partners to create opportunities for student success.
Meet Our New Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty
Eight accomplished tenured and tenure-track faculty are joining the College of Sciences in 2019-20.
NC State Statistics Program Ranked No. 20 Globally
NC State’s statistics program has been ranked 20th in the world on a prestigious scorecard of international universities.
Statistically, a Good Bet
Goldwater Scholar Rachel Chen fell in love with math in high school and quickly moved on to the more applied version: statistics.
Meet the Solomon Scholars
Learn more about the college’s signature scholarship program, and meet the 19 extraordinary students who were part of it in 2018-19.
Wendell Barnwell II: Student, Teacher and Dedicated Family Man
New York native and Durham resident, Wendell Barnwell II is a devoted husband, loving father and the embodiment of grit and determination associated with nontraditional students. Barnwell pursued an online Master of Statistics degree from NC State College of Sciences while continuing to work full time as a mathematics teacher at Leesville Road High School in Raleigh. As if … Continue reading Wendell Barnwell II: Student, Teacher and Dedicated Family Man →
Reputation of NC State’s Online Master of Statistics Program Knows No Boundaries
NC State online student, Hyunjin “Jin” Cho, will be celebrating her graduation from the Master of Statistics program from her hometown of Edmonton, Canada. She credits NC State’s reputation has prepared her and helped her get admitted into a Statistics P.h.D. program.
4 Win Prestigious Goldwater Scholarship
All four students nominated by NC State have been awarded the nation’s preeminent scholarship for science, math and engineering.
Using Economic Theory to Address Funding Scarcity – A Q&A with Kevin Gross
Statistician Kevin Gross talks about problems with the current model for research funding, and how the ‘theory of contests’ might alleviate some of those issues.