The seminar drew participation from nearly 250 faculty, staff, and students from across the university.
Mike and Beth Holmquist are directing their generosity to the opportunities that had the greatest impact on their daughter’s NC State experience.
At NC State, we take pride in providing enriching programs that actively engage students in the process of learning.
JUSTINE HOLLINGSHEAD, CHIEF OF STAFF IN THE DIVISION OF ACADEMIC AND STUDENT AFFAIRS, IS ON LOCATION IN ITALY FOR A UNIVERSITY SCHOLARS STUDY ABROAD TRIP. HER BLOG POSTS WILL APPEAR FROM TIME TO TIME BETWEEN […]
As I started to craft my blog following our trip to southern Italy the news broke regarding the tragic shooting deaths at the gay nightclub on Latin Night in Orlando. It was surreal because we […]
What makes the Florence study abroad experience unique is that we provide opportunities for the students to engage beyond the classroom. While they are learning the history of the Renaissance in class, we are also […]
We have arrived – the NC State Wolfpack has descended upon Florence. To make sure everyone knew that, we shouted it from the top of hills looking down upon the city. Our students arrived to […]
Justine Hollingshead, Chief of Staff in the Division of Academic and Student Affairs, is on location in Italy for a University Scholars Study Abroad trip. Her blog posts will appear from time to time between […]
In her second blog post, Justine Hollingshead takes us on a tour of Rome, Italy.
Check out the latest news from University Scholars’ study abroad in Italy.