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Caide Wooten examines a turtle

Jan 28, 2021

Spotlight on Our Alumni: Caide Wooten ’15

The University Honors and Scholars Program caught up with Caide Wooten ’15, who now works as an associate veterinarian at Pruyn Veterinary Hospital in Missoula, Montana. 

Memorial Belltower

Jan 26, 2021

Bowers Promoted to Director of Prevention Services

As director of Prevention Services, Angel Bowers plans to focus on program development that highlights the needs of today’s students. 

Students stand at tables and pack meals into boxes

Jan 25, 2021

A Helping Hand: Wolfpack Fights World Hunger

The student organizers of Leadership and Civic Engagement’s Rise Against Hunger event reflect on their experience and what volunteerism means to them. 

Liliana Madrid

Jan 4, 2021

Liliana Madrid Named Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Madrid brings extensive experience in intercultural advancement and development to the Division of Academic and Student Affairs as its first director of diversity, equity and inclusion. 

The copper wolves at Wolf Plaza near the Free Expression tunnel. Photo by Becky Kirkland.

Dec 7, 2020

A Year of Howling Success

The Division of Academic and Student Affairs has recognized nine students with its new award within the past year. 

Andy Walsh giving a speech at a podium

Dec 7, 2020

Former Student Body President Establishes Scholarship for Student Leaders

Andy Walsh ’13 has pledged $10,000 to establish the Robert A. Walsh Student Leadership Fund, which will benefit undergraduate students serving in leadership roles for campus organizations. 

The Gregg Museum of Art and Design

Nov 24, 2020

Resilience on Display

The Crafts Center and the Gregg Museum of Art and Design have found silver linings in the shift to virtual programming this fall. 

Fall leaves and students walking in front of Alexander residence hall

Nov 24, 2020

What’s Available to Students in Campus Housing During Winter Break?

Many campus services will be altering hours and operations during the upcoming winter break. Here is some helpful information for students who have been granted special exception to remain on campus through the holidays. 

Vehicles in the parking lot on Centennial Campus for the Rissi Palmer drive-in concert this fall

Nov 17, 2020

LIVE Entertainment in a Virtual Semester

On a beautiful evening this fall, country music artist Rissi Palmer performed for the NC State community on Centennial Campus. But when Palmer finished each of her songs, she didn’t receive cheers and applause. Instead, she observed more than 100 vehicles flash their lights and beep their horns beeped enthusiastically across the Spring Hill Park and… 

Wizaso Munthali speaks about her experiences in the INSPIRE film

Nov 16, 2020

Counseling Center Receives National Recognition for ‘INSPIRE’ Project

NC State’s Counseling Center received the Association of University and College Counseling Center Directors’ Media Award for its “INSPIRE” video, which focuses on the importance of mental health among the university’s international population.