This summer, incoming first-year students got their first look at what college life will be like. Students flocked to campus for orientation sessions in which many met their advisors, planned classes, learned about campus resources,
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Earlier this summer, Nithin Gupta, a senior majoring in genetics, began working on his summer research project. It focuses on developing organoids that could revolutionize how we approach dealing with potential side-effects in medical treatments.
DASA’s First Term Survey helps our division learn how we can best support the success of the whole student. We need your help to promote the survey to first-term students this fall.
Each summer, the TRIO Upward Bound programs host Summer Academy– an intense residential program that provides academic, social, and cultural exposure to program participants. In addition to preparatory classes that students take to get ahead
John is a rising senior University Honors student from Cary, NC, majoring in Computer Science. Read on to learn about his time in Germany working with underwater robotics and artificial intelligence.
In this edition of Spotlight on our Students, we talked with April Sharp about her research experience this summer focused on native bee populations.
A good advisor can mean the difference between going to college or not. In the words of Nicholas Bryant, a high school senior in Duplin County, “If it wasn’t for [my advisor], I probably wouldn’t have gone to college anywhere.”
The Global Leadership minor is designed to provide students with a unique and impactful experience while preparing them to lead in diverse settings.
In this edition of Spotlight on our Students, we caught up with Safari Richardson about her adventure along the Ringroad of Iceland.
In this edition of Spotlight on our Students, we interviewed Nate Faulkner about his summer research experience at Langley working in the wind tunnels to get a feel for full-time research in the field of Aerospace Engineering.