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Peter Harries, interim dean of the Graduate School, with WKNC DJ Ciera Cipriani, winner of the Three Minute Thesis Competition. Photo by Becky Kirkland. Original article by Natalie Hampton, NC State Graduate School A WKNC DJ earned top recogni (More)
WKNC took home five awards at the Associated Collegiate Press and College Media Association Fall National College Media Convention Oct. 25-28 in Louisville, Ky. In CMA's Pinnacle awards, Public Affairs Director Nick Weaver earned first place in (More)
Since the DASA Star Award was introduced in August, 13 DASA employees have received awards.  This spot award recognition program allows any DASA employee to recognize a colleague in DASA for Service, Talent, Attitude or for being an all-around Rock (More)
Nubian Message editor Keilah Davis and WKNC DJ Kat Kirby are two of six finalists for NC State's prestigious Leader of the Pack award. According to Leadership and Civic Engagement, "The Leader of the Pack Program recognizes undergraduate students who (More)
Jamie Lynn Gilbert wrote: WKNC up for CMA Pinnacle Awards
WKNC 88.1 FM is up for three College Media Association Pinnacle Awards. Public Affairs Director Nick Weaver is nominated for Best Radio Talk/Entertainment Program for his review of the album "Mister Mellow" by Washed Out. The review segment, c (More)
Adam Schmidt is NC State's first Mount Vernon Leadership Fellow. "I think the University Scholars Program has helped me appreciate the importance of open-mindedness when going into a new experience, and I think that was incredibly valuable during my (More)
[lead]“It was the tiniest little thing,” said Mitchell Moravec, pointing to the armrest of the theatre chair, adorned with a brass plate and names of those who donated to the Arts NC State program. “That was the very first thing that made me th (More)
Written by Kasey Harris The Health and Exercise Studies department has named Katie Kennedy as the latest recipient of the Isaac Frank Ormond, III Memorial Scholarship Fund. Kennedy hails from Trinity, NC and intends to graduate in Fall of 2018 wit (More)
The Student Media website reduced its accessibility errors by 80 percent during NC State’s Web Accessibility Challenge to take top honors in the 500-1,500 web pages division. "It can be challenging to retro-fit websites to meet accessibility gui (More)