Stepping Up to Serve
Support from the Teaching Fellows Program, U.S. Military Academy and University Scholars Program have helped prepare an extraordinary group of NC State graduates for careers in education and service at a time when their skills are needed most.
Six NC State Alumni Entrepreneurs Selected for the 2020 Miller Fellowship
Meet the year's Miller Fellows, six May graduates whose startups range from a custom protein shake company to an app that connects people in new places to interpreters. Created in 2014 by Dr. Tom Miller and endowed in his honor in 2017 by a generous group of former students, the program provides access to mentors and industry professionals, continued access to the Entrepreneurship Garage and a monthly stipend.
There’s an ‘I’ in Team: Why 3D Team Leadership is Necessary in Uncertain Times
Bradley Kirkman, General (Ret.) H. Hugh Shelton Distinguished Professor of Leadership and head of NC State's Department of Management, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, recently discussed his co-authored book "3D Team Leadership: A New Approach for Complex Teams."
Honoring the Class of 2020: Jayna Lennon
While serving on Student Government as a first-year senator, Park Scholar and Mathews Medalist Jayna Lennon saw the need for addressing food insecurity. She has served as executive director of Feed the Pack, an organization that addresses food insecurity, and as a mental health ambassador in the campus Counseling Center, challenging mental health stigmas that include those surrounding eating disorders.
Entrepreneur Student Gives Back by Making PPE for Healthcare Workers
Hartley LeRoy has been a fixture in NC State’s Entrepreneurial scene over the past four years. He lived in the Albright Entrepreneurship Village and was a finalist in Entrepalooza’s Minute to Pitch It Competition and the Lulu eGames two years in a row. Now a graduate student in the College of Engineering, he has been granted special permission to work in the Entrepreneurship Garage making face shields for front-line health care workers.
For Annable Scholar, an Unforgettable Final Year
As she readies for the next chapter, Regan Stoneburner reflects on how much the Michele M. and Ross M. Annable Scholarship meant to her mother during her final year at the College of Veterinary Medicine.
Distinguished Goodnight Award Recipients for 2020 Announced
Seniors Oscar Molina ’T19 and Gracie Hornsby ’20 are the eighth and ninth recipients of the Distinguished Goodnight Award, which is presented at the end of the academic year to the undergraduate Goodnight Scholar who best embodied the core values and mission of the Goodnight Scholars Program during their time at NC State.
A Thank You to ROTC Graduates
Student Body President Emma Carter recognizes the work and service of spring graduates from NC State's three Reserve Officer Training Corps programs.
Until We Meet Again
Ph.D. graduate Matthew Warren leaves the Prestage Department of Poultry Science with a legacy of nutrition research and peer mentoring at NC State. Though he's preparing for a new role at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, he looks forward to crossing paths with his faculty mentors at NC State again.
321 Coffee Presents at Entrepreneurship Conference in Palm Springs
Earlier this year, support from the NC State Entrepreneurship Fund helped Park Scholar Lindsay Wrege present her story about starting 321 Coffee at the Altitude Summit in Palm Springs.