The virtual event from June 15-18 will bring Latino students from around North Carolina together virtually to recognize their challenges, identify their strategies, and share their strengths.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, work study students with the NC State Juntos Program have continued to motivate and inspire Latinx students around the state, keeping them on track to go to college.
As part of the new Member-Made Street Gallery initiative, Crafts Center members and NC State students can display and sell their work by utilizing the 17 windows that adorn the front of the center.
This spring, NC State Wellness and Recreation asked students to submit photos that demonstrated their resilience in 2020. Recently, they recorded video interviews with some of the participants to find out more.
All incoming NC State students and their families are invited to explore the many dimensions of global change in Wicked Problems, Wolfpack Solutions (WPWS), a free online multidisciplinary course. Students will become part of the NC State community that is working to solve these wicked problems together.
No matter where they come from or where they’re headed, students support each other — and themselves — through global engagement.
In the midst of the pandemic, graduate student Coleman Simpson found a way to support fellow CALS students: He successfully applied for a $13,000 grant to offer counseling services.
Sirena Rowe, who helped NC State win an NCAA swimming relay title, recounts the highs and lows of her time in college. She graduates with a passion to help others and an eye on the Tokyo Olympics.
Cross country runner Edwin Rutto looks homeward to Kenya’s Great Rift Valley as he prepares to graduate with a degree in plant and soil sciences.