She is the first NC State student to be selected to participate in the 21st annual Posters on the Hill session, sponsored by the Council on Undergraduate Research.
Category: Student Success
Ten peer tutors from the University Tutorial Center (UTC) attended and presented at the 2017 Mountains to Coast Peer Leader Conference in April at Clemson University.
After a month of panels promoting various social justice issues particularly shedding light on the inequities of the criminal justice system, the University Honors Program ended their ‘Awareness to Activism’ series with a spring break trip with 22 students.
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.
The NC State Fellowship Advising Office helps NC State bring home its second Churchill Scholar in as many years.
“Success is something that is relative. It varies from person to person. It’s academic excellence, but a major component is also personal growth….Complete student success is the start to better understanding yourself.” – Joe Reynolds
NC State’s active duty, veteran and ROTC populations have a brand-new resource on campus to help meet their specific and sometimes unique needs.
A group of students in the University Honors Program has gone green in a big way, bringing beauty to NC State’s campus, while also making a long term impact on the environment.
By: Susan Poulos On a crisp autumn morning Sam Spilman, ’87 in Electrical Engineering, and a college friend, Mark Smith, got together as they do regularly, to play golf and catch up on life. They’ve
Different paths, same extraordinary results Learning practical skills through research experiences. Engaging in the arts. Serving as an ambassador with the Career Development Center. Living in the Exploratory Studies Village as a resident mentor. These