Blending the Technical and the Creative
NC State sophomore scholarship recipient Katie Lawson channels passions for engineering, entrepreneurship and more into activities that range from research in neural synchrony to Baja racing team business development.
Pack Essentials Aiding Students During Financial Hardships
As the impact of COVID-19 grows, the need for Pack Essentials is greater than ever before. With donor support, Mike Giancola, assistant vice provost and student ombudsperson, and his team have been working hard to help students facing financial challenges due to a sudden loss of income.
A Video Message from NC State Athletics: “One Pack. One Fight.”
NC State coaches and student-athletes have an important message: Even though we're not together during this uncertain time, we're still a Wolfpack.
An Interview with Evelyn Reiman, Molly Hays Glander Fund Co-Founder
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Molly Hays Glander Fund, which supports the Women’s Center’s interpersonal violence programming and collaborative action centered on creating a culture of consent and a violence-free campus at NC State. Evelyn Reiman, who retired as associate vice chancellor for student affairs, was one of the co-founders of the endowment. She recently reflected on her career and the fund.
Interconnected Nature of Supply Chains Makes Disruptions Worse But Fixable
When supply of and demand for products and services alter greatly — as has been the case during the COVID-19 outbreak — the management of supply chains is significantly impacted. Sebastian Heese, interim business management department head and Owens Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management, explains the current disruption and what recovery may look like.
Staff Giving Spotlight: Mark Williams
Mark Williams, director of information technology at NC State's College of Education, credits the college with helping him launch his career. He gives back to help support passionate future educators — like his wife, Kebbler, a 2014 graduate of the Master in School Administration program.
Q&A: Swann Discusses Healthcare Impacts from COVID-19
Julie Swann, A. Doug Allison Professor in the Edward P. Fitts Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, works in the area of mathematical modeling to enable supply chain systems and health care to become more efficient, effective or equitable. This Q&A addresses the impacts that the COVID-19 outbreak is having on the U.S. healthcare system.
The World’s Future is in this Annable Scholar’s Hands
College of Veterinary Medicine student Avnee Mistry is working toward a career with a federal or state agency and hopes to focus on issues such as public health, disease control and the safety of the global food supply. The Michele M. and Ross M. Annable Scholarship, which fosters service and leadership within the veterinary community in addition to providing financial support, empowers her journey.
Chancellor’s Scholarship Supports Study Abroad
This past February, 40 students were recognized as the latest to have enjoyed extraordinary experiences thanks to Chancellor’s Study Abroad Scholarships. The chancellor's program, funded through gifts to the University's Greatest Needs Fund, provides critical support of up to $3,500 to students whose identities are underrepresented in study abroad.
NC State Jenkins MBA Jumps Significantly in 2021 US News & World Report Ranking
The Jenkins Professional full-time MBA program climbed to No. 52 (from 85) among full-time MBA programs worldwide, while the professional evening MBA program was listed as No. 61 among part-time MBA programs in the United States. Poole College of Management's graduate programs are named in recognition of the dedicated support of Benjamin P. Jenkins III.