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: Professional Development
NC State University Counseling Center’s Beth Glueck (left) and Yuka Kato (right) were recognized on Nov. 5, 2019 as inaugural members to the Academy of Excellence in Global Engagement.
NC State has a rich history of celebrating military service and welcoming service members and veterans. The university established a military science program soon after its founding, in 1894.
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.
Major Blake Schwartz, an NC State doctoral student and active duty Army officer, was awarded the 2018 Army Operations Research Symposium Best Paper for his research modeling logistics networks to support military operations.
Jasmine spent her summer participating in exciting research programs at both NC State and the University of Michigan. Here’s what she learned.
We will need NC State employee volunteers for a canvassing event to visit homes in the surrounding neighborhoods. Come be a good neighbor!
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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.
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.