A Vision for Doing Good
Layne Baker, a first-generation college student from rural North Carolina graduating in December, used his time at NC State and in the Caldwell Fellows program to show others in a similar situation that college is attainable for them as well.
Busy Turning Dreams into Reality
From Europe to Mexico, and plenty of places in between, College of Humanities and Social Sciences student Toinette Powers is taking advantage of opportunities to lay the foundation for a wide-ranging future.
Empowering Students to Ask “What If…?”
This impressive group of 2013 alumni is proving that Think and Do is much more than a mantra. It’s a way of life at NC State, and it helps drive a campus toward big goals while giving students extraordinary experiences.
Serving with the Caldwell Fellows
A pillar of NC State's Caldwell Fellows program is service-learning, which involves a greater level of intention and reflection than service alone, and more civic engagement than a strictly academic learning experience. This summer, two Caldwell teams worked concurrently in different communities (Pozos, Mexico, and Siler City, NC) and shared their experiences with each other remotely.
Connecting With Community: Caldwell Fellows Intern Erica Lisowe
The Caldwell Fellows Program is developing the next generation of self-aware, globally-minded students who engage in creative, conscientious leadership, and the Institute for Emerging Issues wants to help. Erica Lisowe, a member of the 2021 class of Caldwell Fellows, will be working with the institute on its Service Year NC project.
Study Abroad Spotlight: Talya Rayel Suber
Caldwell Fellow Talya Rayel Suber is studying fashion and textile management and international studies, and she recently expanded her horizons by studying abroad in Prague, Czech Republic. Suber said the trip opened her eyes to another culture and prepared her for the possibility of living abroad.
Student Body President Jess Errico Pursues Engineering and Advocacy
For Jess Errico, pursuing an engineering degree didn’t mean giving up her advocacy goals. The Shelby native and Caldwell Fellow recently wrapped up her term as student body president. Her advocacy for student interests included helping develop the Pack Meal Share program, through which students can donate unused guest meal card swipes to support other students facing short-term food insecurity.
#GivingPack: Philanthropy at Work
Each day, across NC State, students, faculty, researchers and staff encounter extraordinary experiences and opportunities made possible by donor support. Learn more about how donors who join us in our Campaign change the future for NC State — and the world.
Newest Caldwell Fellows Announced
The Caldwell Fellows Class of 2022 includes 26 outstanding NC State students.
Get to Know: Provost Faculty Fellows
Janice Odom, director of the Caldwell Fellows Program, is part of the first class of Provost Faculty Fellows. The program allows talented faculty to explore academic leadership roles through working closely with Provost’s Office staff on meaningful projects that align with NC State’s strategic plan.