Leading up to what would have been the Class of 2020’s graduation ceremony, the Division of Academic and Student Affairs is highlighting some of its seniors in Leadership and Civic Engagement. Jayna Lennon served as executive director for Feed the Pack Food Pantry.
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Leading up to what would have been the Class of 2020’s graduation ceremony, the Division of Academic and Student Affairs is highlighting some of its seniors in Leadership and Civic Engagement. For this article, we interviewedMadison Teeter, who is enrolled in the climate change and society graduate program.
The Division of Academic and Student Affairs partnered with several other departments across the university to develop the Keep Learning website, which provides resources and support for students acclimating to remote learning during the COVID-19 crisis.
Jon Palmer, Daniel Haller, and Noah Wolfe have each received the Goldwater Scholarship—the most prestigious and competitive undergraduate award for STEM students in the country.
Financial support has allowed first-generation student Thomas Peters to pursue his love for music as drum major for NC State’s marching band and his goal of a career in information technology.
NC State College of Education professor Jessica Hunt and Mark Newmiller, director of the Disability Resources Office, share tips for helping college students with disabilities learn remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Eighteen NC State students have earned awards that will help support their graduate school pursuits, thanks to the National Science Foundation’s Graduate Research Fellowship Program.
Laura Mooney, a third-year student studying social work and the general manager for the campus radio station WKNC 88.1 FM HD-1/HD-2, was elected to a one-year term on the College Broadcasters, Inc. board of directors.
When he first arrived at NC State, Luke Dillard struggled to make friends and find his place on campus. But as he became more involved in student organizations and leadership programs, he established many close friendships—and confidence in himself.
Gracie Hornsby, a senior from Franklin, N.C., has been admitted into the 2020 cohort of Knight-Hennessy Scholars, an international, graduate-level scholarship program at Stanford University.