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College of Education Orientation Leaders

Feb 22, 2021

My Student Experience: Five NC State College of Education Students Share Their Experiences as Virtual Orientation Leaders During COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic forced orientation leaders to transition New Student Orientation from an in-person event to an online experience. Five College of Education students share their experiences as virtual orientation leaders during COVID-19. 

A group photo of 8 students from Fusion Dance Crew wearing protective face masks

Feb 22, 2021

Finding Your Wolfpack: Student Organizations

Connecting on campus may be a challenge this year, but NC State’s 600+ student organizations are here to help. 

Autumn Belk stands with her arms outstretched, back to the camera, teaching students a yoga pose.

Feb 18, 2021

Yoga for Life

Autumn Belk teaches students to master yoga’s ancient techniques to achieve harmony of mind and body and improve overall well-being. The lessons can last a lifetime. 

Emma Nussman playing a trombone

Feb 8, 2021

Emma Nussman Receives Masini Scholarship for Leadership in Marching Band and Beyond

The Department of Music’s prestigious Toni Christine Masini Memorial Music Scholarship was awarded this year to Emma Nussman, a senior majoring in genetics and minoring in music performance and psychology. The Masini scholarship — the largest music scholarship offered at NC State — is awarded each year to one student who exemplifies academic and musical excellence, as well as leadership in the marching band. 

Feb 3, 2021

Make-A-Thon Goes Virtual

A virtual event didn’t stop students from developing real-world solutions. 

The College of Education's online master's programs was ranked No. 1 for veterans in N.C.

Jan 26, 2021

NC State College of Education’s Online Master’s Programs Ranked #1 for Veterans in N.C.

The NC State College of Education’s online master’s programs are ranked #1 in North Carolina for veterans in the 2021 U.S. News & World Report Best Online Graduate Education Programs Rankings. Across the nation, the college ranked #12 for veterans. 

Tatum Kellum ’22 pictured at her local Krispy Kreme in Jacksonville, North Carolina

Jan 25, 2021

A Reason to Run

While the 17th Krispy Kreme Challenge will look different, “it is more important now than ever that we offer UNC Children’s financial support so that they can continue to serve the children and families of North Carolina,” explains race director and Park Scholar Tatum Kellum ’22. 

copper wolf statue

Jan 20, 2021

Making Wellness a Priority

NC State’s Wellness Days will be held February 9, March 5, March 24 and April 15. During these days, no classes will be held and faculty are asked to abstain from assigning any deadlines or tests on days immediately following Wellness Days. Due to the addition of these days, there will be no spring break. 

Draven Sneed throws a corn hole bean bag during a tournament

Jan 14, 2021

Army Vet Captures Cornhole Title

Practice makes perfect for business student Draven Sneed, who scores first in the college singles division at the American Cornhole League’s National College Cornhole Championships. 

interior of NC State's new Wellness and Recreation Center

Dec 17, 2020

Wide Open Spaces

The university’s massive new Wellness and Recreation Center offers the campus community a next-level experience — even during the pandemic.