Student radio station WKNC 88.1 FM HD-1/HD-2 was honored at two national conventions for excellence in audio and video production.
Category: Student Success
Congratulations to the NC State University Tutorial Center for attaining Stage Three (Levels 1-3) certification from the College Reading & Learning Association’s (CRLA) International Tutor Training Program Certification (ITTPC) team!
When you walk into the school building for the first time and see all those young faces looking back at you, as unsure of themselves and as unsure about the trajectory of their lives as you once were, you honestly believe that you will be doing the bulk of the educating.
North Moore high school is full of encouragement with the primary focus being on the students. The confidence the students receive is consistent.
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.
NC State offers a wide array of fitness and wellness classes that aim to encourage a healthy lifestyle among students. One Health and Exercise Studies (HES) Department initiative is the ‘Take 8 at State’, encouraging students to take eight credits of health and exercise studies instead of the required two.
Ronald E. McNair Scholar Tirezz Hudson discussed what it means to have been named as a McNair Scholar, as well as his time in the Exploratory Studies program, and some insight into his recent study abroad experience in France.
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.
Being a first year adviser, the transition has been a little overwhelming. The days really seem to fly by, especially since I keep myself busy meeting students, planning for future events, and engaging with parents.
The Office of Undergraduate Research hosted a Sidewalk Symposium, in which they challenged undergraduate students participating in research, scholarly, and creative projects to create colorful, visual representations of their research on the sidewalks around the entrance of D.H. Hill Library— using nothing but chalk.