Awardees should exemplify the tenets of good character, demonstrate a strong academic standing, and express an understanding of the field and an intention to apply the skills and knowledge from the HES minor in their professional life.
As students are enrolling in classes for the coming semester, Health and Exercise Studies is once again issuing each Wolfpack student a challenge: Take Eight at State.
If your college, unit, or department supports and encourages employee health and wellness, apply to be recognized as a Well Wolfpack Certified Organization.
Finals Survival Week events will be held during the week of December 7 – December 11. See what’s happening.
Throughout the month of October, University Recreation, along with several campus partners have scheduled a variety of events that promote physical activity and well-being, in celebration of Exercise is Medicine on Campus (EIM-OC) Month. The
Being on campus means you have the freedom to participate in the things that you enjoy, like sports, clubs, and tons of social activities and events. You and your friends might be in the midst
The 6th annual Service NC State Blood Drive will be held on Friday, August 21st in Carmichael Gymnasium, in partnership with the American Red Cross. To date, 4,894 pints have been collected during this annual
As part of the Princeton Review’s annual “Best Colleges Guide”, NC State’s Student Health Services has once again been named to the “Best Health Services” list at #9. The highest ranking health services department, public or private,
The Division of Academic and Student Affairs and Health and Exercise Studies is pleased to announce Aaron Kopp as the recipient of the 2015-2016 Frank Ormond Scholarship. Aaron is pursuing a major in Nutrition Science with
NC State University will join the Partnership for a Healthier America (PHA) in a commitment to improve campus health by formalizing guidelines around food, nutrition, physical activity and programming. Through the PHA’s new Healthier Campus