Alumna Breanne Burgess reflects on her time at NC State, the programs that benefited her the most, and the memories she carries with her to this day.
Category: Service and Leadership
In this edition of Spotlight on Our Students, we had the pleasure of speaking with Erin Gniewek about her summer experience in Cyprus working on an archaeological dig site in the Bronze Age site of Makounta-Voules.
Brian Mathis and Travis Sills of NC State University’s Division of Academic and Student Affairs (DASA) join 10 other NC State University Awards of Excellence recipients to compete for the prestigious Governor’s Awards for Excellence.
(Announced by Lexi DeFalco, Panhellenic President, and Sam Fiore, VP Communications, at the 28th Annual Spring Undergraduate Research Symposium on April 24, 2019.) The Panhellenic Association is the governing body of the 10 National Panhellenic Conference (NPC)
While James Turner earned a Mechanical Engineering degree from NC State, he discovered his passion for the outdoors in a basic rock climbing class, HESO 258.
On March 15th, 10 students and two Health and Exercise Studies Outdoor Leadership faculty left bright and early for the White Mountains of New Hampshire.
Nearly 40 percent of college students suffer from “limited or uncertain availability of nutritionally adequate and safe foods, or the ability to acquire such foods in a socially acceptable manner.” That’s when 75 students from 15 Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) schools decided those numbers were unacceptable.
This April, our GPC Alumni Spotlight is proud to focus on Jason Syphrett who graduated in 2014 with a double major in Business Administration and International Studies.
The Ecuadorians were generous, friendly, spirited and shared their country openly with us. A transformative experience.
I had the amazing opportunity to spend the weekend at Deloitte University for the Advanced Degree Veterans Forum (“ADVF”). Deloitte University, located outside of Dallas, is a 700,000+ sq ft. leadership center sitting on over