Tag: Leadership and Civic Engagement

Sahaana Veeravalli with a plaque from Circle K
May 5, 2020

Honoring the Class of 2020: Sahaana Veeravalli

Sahaana Veeravalli will graduate with a degree in biochemistry. One of her biggest impacts at NC State is the Best Buddies program that she chartered with eight other students in 2018.

Jayna Lennon working an event for Feed the Pack
April 28, 2020

Honoring the Class of 2020: Jayna Lennon

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.

April 23, 2020

Honoring The Class of 2020: Madison Teeter

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.

Kennedy McCutchen
April 21, 2020

Honoring the Class of 2020: Kennedy McCutchen

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 interviewed political science major Kennedy McCutchen.

August 1, 2019

Leadership Development Program

Students have the opportunity to earn their Leadership Development Co-Curricular Certificate this Fall!  Students attend 10 interactive workshops with a cohort of their peers, engage in a leadership experience with a mentor, and complete a

April 2, 2019

ACC Leadership Students Nourish our Communities

Nearly 40 percent of college students suffer from “limited or uncertain availability of nutritionally adequate and safe foods, or the ability to acquire such foods in a socially acceptable manner.” That’s when 75 students from 15 Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) schools decided those numbers were unacceptable.