The seminar drew participation from nearly 250 faculty, staff, and students from across the university.
“Blending communities” – This is more than just a slogan for 321 Coffee founder and NC State freshman, Lindsay Wrege; it is a personal mission which she has been pursuing since she was in third grade.
Each Spring semester, the signature Career Connections event aims to help students identify resources and opportunities around campus and beyond to support the pursuit of their career goals, as well as help them make an informed decision on a major.
Green was awarded the honor during the Chancellor’s Creating Community Awards ceremony on April 26, 2018, for her contributions to diversity, equity, and inclusion during the past year.
Madelyn Afshar was looking for a way to merge her Psychology and Middle Eastern humanities majors with her interests in international relations and community service.
The conference provided universities an opportunity to share challenges and best practices regarding the software, and for a chance to listen, network, and discuss issues directly with Leepfrog developers and staff in person.
The Fellowship Advising Office (FAO) helps students and alumni to identify and apply for more than 80 prestigious, nationally competitive, funded award opportunities.
You may have heard the term “Q” or “FYI” classes and be wondering what all the hype is about.
If you are interested in teaching a small, inquiry guided, general education course, teaching in the First Year Inquiry program or University Honors Program may be for you.
The Cooperative Education program allows students to gain real work experience through job placement with employers seeking future employees. This year the Career Development Center celebrated a milestone with over 1,000 students participating in co-ops during the school year.