Colton Botta is the first NC State University alumnus in over a decade to be named a finalist for the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship.
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This year, University College has selected Dr. Wes Parker, Director of the Jazz Studies, as the winner for the Outstanding Teacher Award. Dr. Parker’s work and teaching have been praised by students and co-workers alike.
Naila Segule, 2020 Biomedical Engineering and Interdisciplinary Studies in Global Health Communication and Development was selected as one of nine recipients in 2020.
Several Division of Academic and Student Affairs employees celebrated milestones at NC State or for the State of North Carolina in 2019.
On Jan. 24, NC State honored five exceptionally deserving advisors from across the university during the 2020 NC State University Undergraduate Academic Advising Awards Ceremony.
by: Qulea Anderson Daniela Patino-Zabaleta, an NC State senior majoring in Business with an Arts Entrepreneurship minor, received a University Fellowship Office SUPER-Curricular Seed Grant in 2018. The University Fellowship Office offers the grant that provides
Dr. Jamie Jennings, Assistant Teaching Professor in the Computer Science department, is always looking for new and creative ways to help students engage with her course material. She teaches several upper-level computer science courses, including
Graduating from NC State is one of the greatest accomplishments a member of the Wolfpack can achieve; however, the road to this achievement can be a hard one and, for many students, it can include a few obstacles.
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.
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.