This summer, incoming first-year students got their first look at what college life will be like. Students flocked to campus for orientation sessions in which many met their advisors, planned classes, learned about campus resources,
Provost Warwick Arden has appointed Dr. Lisa Zapata and Bret Smith, IDSA, to key leadership roles in the Division of Academic and Student Affairs following the departure of Dr. Mike Mullen. Zapata will serve as
A certified group fitness instructor builds a bridge between yoga and her community.
Earlier this summer, Nithin Gupta, a senior majoring in genetics, began working on his summer research project. It focuses on developing organoids that could revolutionize how we approach dealing with potential side-effects in medical treatments.
DASA’s First Term Survey helps our division learn how we can best support the success of the whole student. We need your help to promote the survey to first-term students this fall.
NC State alumna Natalie Sherwood makes a connection between her love for theater and her love of polymer and color chemistry – with a little boost from philanthropy.
Hilary Leggette, operations manager for the Gregg Museum, receives Betty Siegel Universal Access and the Arts award.
On August 16 you can join The Quadrivium Project at Raleigh’s Lincoln Theatre as they perform the show they’re calling “Woodstock and Beyond: Songs of Love and Protest.”
Former Wellness and Recreation program assistant continues to push his limits physically and mentally beyond graduation.
Each summer, the TRIO Upward Bound programs host Summer Academy– an intense residential program that provides academic, social, and cultural exposure to program participants. In addition to preparatory classes that students take to get ahead