Student Giving Day 2017
On March 29, Student Government paired with NC State’s Division of Academic and Student Affairs and Office of Annual Giving to host Student Giving Day. The event was part of an initiative to shift the culture of student philanthropy at NC State and was celebrated across campus — its central location being on Stafford Commons outside of Talley Student Union.
Junior Michael Rosenberg and fellow NC State students have repurposed technology that historically facilitated illegal peer-to-peer file sharing for good. Their company, Medicom, is tackling a health care challenge that significantly impacts both costs and patient care.
Chancellor Honors Study Abroad Scholarship Recipients at Annual Reception
Thirty-five 2015-16 student scholarship recipients from a wide range of majors participated in a variety of study abroad programs around the world, thanks to gifts to the University's Greatest Needs Fund that Chancellor Randy Woodson designates for this purpose.
Alum Serves Young People through World Health Organization
Park Scholar Lianne Gonsalves, a 2010 graduate of NC State, works as a technical officer in the WHO's Department of Reproductive Health and Research in Switzerland.
Goodnight Spotlight: Ally Schueneman
Ally Schueneman is using her small-town upbringing as motivation for big aspirations at NC State. In addition to being a recipient of the Goodnight Scholarship, she received the American Institute of Chemical Engineers Scholarship and the Edward P. Fitts Scholarship in Industrial Engineering.
Student Giving Day: A Time to Celebrate and Educate
Student Giving Day is scheduled for March 29 to promote the impact of philanthropy among all NC State students.
Leading by Example
Senior Tyler Ligon is leading the charge in Poole College of Management’s effort to recruit more than 200 students to give on this year’s Student Giving Day.
Road Trip Redux
Goodnight Scholars loaded up the vans and hit the road again for a week of STEM education advocacy from the mountains to coast of North Carolina.
Exceptional Student Leader Recognized
Sport management major Brandon Smith recently received the 2017 William N. Wasson Student Leadership and Academic Award from the National Intramural-Recreation Sports Association. Smith, the recipient of two parks, recreation and tourism departmental scholarships, is one of 20 students to receive the award nationally.
Finding Her Path
NC State junior Christina LaMaire credits the Goodnight Scholars Program — and the opportunities it provides — with changing her life.