Extraordinary Game Day Experiences: Olivia Kane
Olivia Kane, a junior majoring in communication, is a partial scholarship recipient as a marching band featured twirler.
Extraordinary Game Day Experiences: Jacob Malone
Cadet Jacob Malone, a senior double majoring in economics and political science, is a four-year national Army ROTC Scholarship recipient and a regular color guard member.
Extraordinary Game Day Experiences: Chandler Marr
Chandler Marr, a sophomore majoring in communication, is a Caldwell Fellow and mellophonist in the marching band.
Smoothing the Bumps in the Road
Donor support for NC State students reaches beyond scholarship funding. A new Student Emergency Fund administered by the Division of Academic and Student Affairs will help meet essential needs and ease unexpected burdens — keeping students like John Dunn on the track to success.
The Linguistics Behind Dialects
Grad student Jessica Hatcher educates high school students about sociolinguistics to promote inclusion and empathy.
Nadabar begins Fulbright English Teaching Assignment in India
A summer 2016 internship with an international development organization led to a new adventure for Soumya Nadabar, who graduated from NC State in December. An Alexander Hamilton Scholar, she completed a double major in economics and international studies.
Public Science Researcher Named to Distinguished Professorship
NC State's Jean Goodwin has been named SAS Institute Distinguished Professor of Rhetoric and Technical Communication. The professorship is made possible through the generosity of the SAS Institute Inc. and the State of North Carolina’s Distinguished Professors Endowment Fund.
Kathryn Council Honored with 2017 Godwin Red Torch Award
Kathryn Council, an NC State alumna, volunteer and former staff member, received the 2017 Jerry and Elizabeth Godwin Red Torch Award on June 8 in recognition of her impact at the university.
Mapping Early Syrian Immigration
In collaboration with the Moise A. Khayrallah Center for Lebanese Diaspora Studies, a group of public history graduate students in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences completed an innovative exploration of Syrian immigration to New York starting in the late 1800s.
Alumna Forges a Path for Others
The first recipient of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences' Rebecca and Ruth C. Leonard Scholarship, Sharita Whitaker graduated summa cum laude from NC State in 2007 before enrolling at NC Central University’s School of Law. Now a real estate attorney at one of the state’s largest firms, she chairs the North Carolina Bar Association’s Minorities in the Profession Committee.