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copper wolf statue

Jan 20, 2021

Making Wellness a Priority

NC State’s Wellness Days will be held February 9, March 5, March 24 and April 15. During these days, no classes will be held and faculty are asked to abstain from assigning any deadlines or tests on days immediately following Wellness Days. Due to the addition of these days, there will be no spring break. 

Assistant Teaching Professor Joan Nicholas-Walker teaches her HESD 264 Ballet I class remotely in Fall 2020.

Jan 14, 2021

HES Looks Ahead to the Spring Semester

Faculty in the Department of Health and Exercise Studies used creativity and lessons from the fall to plan spring 2021 classes that deliver the same experience of a semester on campus. 

A graduation cap that reads "My grandparents crossed oceans so I could cross the stage"

Jan 12, 2021

How Being a First-Gen Student Influenced My Advising

Annie Miya, an NC State graduate who now works for the NC State College Advising Corps, writes how her experiences as a first-generation college student inspired her to help others. 

Exterior of Thompson Theatre at night

Jan 5, 2021

University Theatre Earns Outstanding Arts Educator Award

University Theatre and several faculty and staff were recognized in Chatham Life & Style’s Best of the Year 2020 award show. 

Jan 4, 2021

Calling All Change-Makers for a Sustainability Challenge With Cash Prizes

We’re kicking off the New Year with an innovation challenge open to all NC State students – Make-a-Thon! Get ready to form a team to create the best solutions to environmental issues. 

Colton Botta tosses a Rubik's cube into the air

Dec 16, 2020

Botta Named NC State’s Fourth Marshall Scholar

Computer science graduate — and puzzle enthusiast — Colton Botta received the prestigious scholarship for graduate study in Great Britain. 

Kristen Keane in hiking gear

Dec 10, 2020

HES Alumni Spotlight: Kristen Keane

Kristen Keane ’13 talks about the impact of the Department of Health and Exercise Studies program’s outdoor leadership minor on her student experience and her current job as a course director and lead instructor at North Carolina Outward Bound School. 

Carrie McLean gives advising award at 2020 ceremony

Dec 4, 2020

With Gratitude, Carrie McLean Says Goodbye After More Than 35 Years of Service

Known across campus and nationally for her expertise in student advising, longtime assistant dean is retiring at the end of this year. 

Wolf statue with a red tassel in its mouth

Dec 4, 2020

Honoring Our 2020 Graduates

Meet some of the 2020 graduates who have left their mark on several programs within the Division of Academic and Student Affairs. 

Crista Bain coaching swimmers at Athens Drive Magnet High School in Summer 2019

Nov 19, 2020

Coaching Education Students Learn Lifelong Lessons

Students and alumni in Health and Exercise Studies’ coaching minor reflect on their experiences in the program.