NC State College of Education Students Share the Impact of Scholarships
College of Education students Eric Wylie, Juan Cortes and Elyse Smith share their stories and how scholarship support has impacted their lives and their academic experience.
Annable Scholar Dedicated to a Life of Service
The need-based Ross M. and Michele M. Annable Scholarship at the College of Veterinary Medicine encourages commitment to serving the community. That's no problem for Annable Scholar and Air National Guard Staff Sgt. Chris Gaudette, whose personal motto is "do better, be better."
Adjusting to a New Normal
Mariah Wilder, a junior in chemistry who works part-time in the College of Sciences Advancement Office, describes in her own words what it has been like to be an NC State student in the time of COVID-19.
The Class of 2020 Writes Their Own Story
Rushing the Belltower, participating in Greek life, receiving scholarships to study abroad, cheering on Wolfpack athletics: the class of 2020 shared their most meaningful moments at NC State and reflected on their next steps.
Chancellor’s Aides Reflect on Unique NC State Experience
Graduating Chancellor's Aides reflect on their experiences working with Chancellor Randy Woodson, getting to know NC State's dedicated donors and understanding the efforts of University Development.
The (Art) Show Goes On, and Visual Artist Awards Are Announced
In 2017, Arts NC State received a generous gift to create a visual artist award for the student art annual sale, to recognize NC State students for their outstanding work in the visual arts. Jornell Bacon, Jake Goodnight and Grayson Morrow were named this year's winners, and art continues to be available at links shared on the Arts NC State Flickr gallery.
Meet the 2020 Mathews Medal Winners
NC State's highest nonacademic distinction for students, the Mathews Medal, recognizes graduating seniors who will leave the university a better place because of their service, commitment and leadership. This year's medalists are Resident Adviser Council founder Kevin Hogan, Alumni Association Student Ambassador Program president Mary Kate Morgan, NC State's NAACP chapter president Malasia McClendon and Feed the Pack executive director Jayna Lennon.
Alumni Can Honor and Support Graduating Students
NC State's class of 2020 is experiencing a much different final semester than they expected. The Alumni Association is inviting alumni to welcome these new graduates into the Alumni Pack by sharing video messages of encouragement and advice.
Scholarship Impact: Poole College of Management
Poole students Yahssain Khan, Jordan Bowman and Chantel Hinton share how scholarships from alumni and corporate partners have influenced their time at NC State.
Blending the Technical and the Creative
NC State sophomore scholarship recipient Katie Lawson channels passions for engineering, entrepreneurship and more into activities that range from research in neural synchrony to Baja racing team business development.