The 2019 Turkey Trot @ Ridgewood was the 10th annual 8K for Multiple Sclerosis (MS) that took place on Thanksgiving Day, where our amazing HES staff dominated!
Category: Health and Wellness
NC State student, Becca Churchill ‘21, learns leadership skills and finds supportive community through Pack Clogging Club.
As FIBA 3×3 gains worldwide popularity, NC State takes leadership to provide a unique opportunity on the court.
Expressing gratitude is a great way to help you look at the positives in life.
After being denied her first shot at a Fulbright Award, NC State grad Chloe Shevlin didn’t give up on her dream.
From five different countries, seven men found comfort and community at NC State through intramural soccer.
NC State offers a wide array of fitness and wellness classes that aim to encourage a healthy lifestyle among students. One Health and Exercise Studies (HES) Department initiative is the ‘Take 8 at State’, encouraging students to take eight credits of health and exercise studies instead of the required two.
Certified Wellness Coach, Zack Jenio ‘22, explains why moving 30-minutes a day is beneficial for stress.
Many of the Health and Exercise Studies (HES) Faculty have been extremely busy with traveling, training, and competing in the Duathlon World Championship in Pontevedra, Spain. More than 35 countries were represented, and among the thousands of athletes were NC State faculty members Randy Bechtolt, Sally Almekinders, and Renee Harrington.
A family beset by grief establishes the Steven Grant Somers Endowment, which will benefit grief counseling initiatives at the Counseling Center. The endowment honors the memory of NC State alumnus Steven Somers BS ‘09, MS ‘10, who passed away suddenly in 2018.