Being a college adviser means celebrating all students’ successes and being their biggest cheerleaders.
Of the many things NASA astronaut Christina Koch learned while earning three degrees at NC State, one of the most useful was her first foray onto the rock climbing wall at Carmichael Gymnasium.
Colton Botta is the first NC State University alumnus in over a decade to be named a finalist for the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship.
This year, University College has selected Dr. Wes Parker, Director of the Jazz Studies, as the winner for the Outstanding Teacher Award. Dr. Parker’s work and teaching have been praised by students and co-workers alike.
By Kelly McCall Branson When internationally renowned jewelry maker Mary Ann Scherr first fell in love with metal, back in the 1940s, it wasn’t the slightest obstacle to her newfound passion that there existed only
Bragaw Residence Hall’s water consumption has decreased by 40% after upgrades to its domestic hot water system.
In a weekend of all-out innovation, more than 160 students created sustainability solutions.
The student-led NC State Sustainability Fund named four projects as recipients of mini-grants for campus sustainability projects.
Thanks to funding from the State Employees Credit Union (SECU) Foundation, NC State University students will be serving rural communities in North Carolina while gaining valuable career experience this summer.
by: Qulea Anderson Daniela Patino-Zabaleta, an NC State senior majoring in Business with an Arts Entrepreneurship minor, received a University Fellowship Office SUPER-Curricular Seed Grant in 2018. The University Fellowship Office offers the grant that provides