The Value of a Gift
Alissa Allen Stribling speaks about the meaning of the Daniel Fromm Memorial Scholarship, which honors her late uncle by supporting a student in the Prestage Department of Poultry Science.
Optimizing Engineering Science and Manufacturing
Park Scholar Kobi Felton has traveled an atypical route to his senior year in chemical engineering.
A Newfound Home
Many ups and downs led to the moment when Richard Trevorrow was accepted into the first transfer class of Goodnight Scholars. The graduate of Wake Technical Community College plans to major in computer science at NC State.
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: Gianna Rizzi
Gianna Rizzi, a senior majoring in biological sciences, is an NC State Cheerleader and the recipient of the Ouida Bell Scholarship.
Extraordinary Game Day Experiences: Paige Canfield
Paige Canfield, a senior double majoring in sport management and applied nutrition, is a sports medicine intern on partial scholarship and sports nutrition volunteer.
Extraordinary Game Day Experiences: Chandler Marr
Chandler Marr, a sophomore majoring in communication, is a Caldwell Fellow and mellophonist in the marching band.
An Extraordinary Group of New Students
NC State's incoming class of 4,658 freshmen and 1,275 transfer students is impressive, and private support is bolstering the university's ability to attract top talent.
Park Scholars Alumna Studies Radiation in Japan
Kelly Cunningham ’14 is examining the effects of the radiation spilled when a deadly 2011 tsunami destroyed five nuclear reactors in Fukushima.
Great View from the Top
Goodnight Scholar Aldo De Leon Resendiz spent the summer studying in Oahu, Hawaii.