Caldwell Fellows Finalists Announced
Sixty NC State first-year students have been selected to participate in the Caldwell Fellows Selection Day coming up Saturday, Feb. 17.
Student Launches Composting Program in Campus Apartments
NC State student Kelsey Shevlin, a Caldwell Fellow and University Scholar, initiated a kitchen composting effort that has about 60 apartments in Wolf Village using compost jars. Residents fill the jars with food scraps including banana peels and apple cores, and empty them in a nearby outdoor composting dumpster. That material is transported to a composting facility for processing.
Caldwell Fellows Honor Five Decades of Impact
The numbers say a lot: 1,343 alumni; 78 current Fellows; 50 years. And yet, those numbers don’t begin to tell the full story of the impact over the past five decades of the Caldwell Fellows at NC State University. To […]
College of Humanities and Social Sciences Student of the Month: Olivia Zalecki
Olivia Zalecki, a Caldwell Fellow and a double major in Chinese and international politics, is the founder and president of Adopted Students Union at NC State. Zalecki, who has studied abroad in China and England, aspires to work in government in the area of international relations.
Caldwell Fellows Gearing Up for Alumni Conference and Anniversary Gala
As part of Selection Weekend in February, the Caldwell Fellows program will host its first Alumni Weekend, a one-of-a-kind event bringing together alumni from across the program's 50-year history.
Heritage is the Hallmark of Her Clothing Line
Lisbeth Arias recently realized a dream when she held a launch celebration for her clothing line, Descalza, at her alma mater, NC State’s College of Textiles. The Caldwell Fellow alumna started the line as an undergraduate and now is working to build her own business.
Extraordinary Game Day Experiences: Chandler Marr
Chandler Marr, a sophomore majoring in communication, is a Caldwell Fellow and mellophonist in the marching band.
Making Headlines across Europe
Two rising senior Caldwell Fellows, Andrew Arden and Joseph Farley, are using a three-week, 750-mile bicycle ride to raise awareness and funds for refugee families in the Triangle.
Student Leaders Reflect on FFA Family
Caldwell Fellow Layne Baker is among six College of Agriculture and Life Sciences students retiring this month as North Carolina FFA officers.
Honoring a Legacy
As the longtime director of NC State University’s Caldwell Fellows program, Gerald Hawkins seemed to take all of his students under his wing. Now, many Caldwell alumni are joining forces to bolster the program and honor the legacy of Hawkins — who retired more than a decade ago — by raising funds for his namesake endowment.