Madelyn Afshar was looking for a way to merge her Psychology and Middle Eastern humanities majors with her interests in international relations and community service.
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University Scholar Connie Feinberg shares her story of a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience Rwanda as part of an Alternative Service Break sponsored by the Women and Minorities in Engineering program at NC State.
University Scholar Ashley Lawson is NC State’s 10th Truman Scholarship Recipient. Learn more about her amazing achievements here.
In this edition of Spotlight on our Students, learn more about the winning start-up Cup’t and the hard work it took to transform this idea into a working product. Madison Baldwin and Sarah Alenezi share their process in this interview.
Safari Richardson tells us about her time at the Shelton Leadership Retreat at the Biltmore Estate.
NOTE: This article appears in the Fall 2017 issue of the Wellness and Recreation Alumni magazine. By: Inez Nicholson’ 18 Jimmy Jack Funk Jr. pulls down his mask over his sweaty face, exhausted from three
Casada embodies all of the best traits of a true Wolfpacker; she’s engaged both inside and outside of the classroom, believes in serving the university and greater community, and is a proven asset to our campus.
Contestants eagerly press the buttons on their clickers, fighting to be the first to buzz in to answer a question. It’s the 2016 College Championship of America’s favorite quiz show, “Jeopardy” and competition has reached
Stepping out of your comfort zone is not easy, but will provide you with opportunities you never would have encountered previously. Sal Camassa is a perfect example of what can be accomplished when you explore
A common misconception is that students need to be upperclassmen before they start thinking about careers related to their major. Macayla Wall is a perfect example of a student who wanted to form a plan