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Wolf icons on the Talley Student Union elevator glass wall.

Sep 22, 2020

Pursuing Their Passions

More than 750 first-year and transfer students are bringing their bright ideas and big hearts to the College of Sciences. Meet four of them: Trinity Taylor, who holds the college's J. Richard Mowat Memorial Scholarship; Jesus Vina Moreno, a transfer Goodnight Scholar; Katherine Cherry, a Park Scholar; and Max Bhuiyan, who received the Gould Family Scholarship in the Solomon Scholars Program. 

the strolling professor statue wearing an NC State face covering

Aug 25, 2020

Facing the Future With Confidence

Thousands of dollars have been raised for the Student Emergency Fund via the sale of special NC State-branded face coverings. 

Sarah Scott-Cruz sitting in in the CVM library

Aug 18, 2020

Annable Scholarship Helps CVM Student Reach New Heights

Sarah Scott-Cruz loves animals and the environment, and she comes from a medical family. That combination made becoming a veterinarian a natural step. Support from NC State's Michele M. and Ross M. Annable Scholarship is bringing her closer to her goal. 

Collage photo of Amaya Dicker standing in front of a brick wall and Breanna Goins sitting in front of a laptop outside

Aug 11, 2020

First Group Participates in College of Education Summer Internship Program in Memory of Chantal Warfield

The College of Education recognizes its first participants in the competitive, eight-week summer internship program established to honor the impact and legacy of Chantal Warfield '19. Amaya Dicker '21, a middle grades English language arts and social studies education major who looked up to Warfield, and Teaching Fellow Breanna Goins '21 were the first students to receive support from the program, which is funded in part through a gift from the John M. Belk Endowment. 

WellRec employees take a selfie while making silly poses in front of a mirror

Jul 21, 2020

Above and Beyond: Student Employees Earn Special Scholarship for Commitment to Wellness

More than 700 students are employed part-time in various positions with Wellness and Recreation. This year, Carson Kelber ’21 and Dani Dalton ’21 were recognized in a virtual ceremony as recipients of the Wellness and Recreation Friends and Family Student-Employee Scholarship. The award provides financial assistance to two undergraduate student employees who uphold Wellness and Recreation's mission while serving as as leaders and role models. 

Christa Bain headshot

Jul 10, 2020

Bain Receives the Isaac Frank Ormond III Scholarship

NC State's Department of Health and Exercise Studies announced that junior Crista Bain has been named the latest recipient of the Isaac Frank Ormond III Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship recognizes a strong, consistent commitment to the field of health and exercise studies through participation in extracurricular activities, internships, certifications and other educational opportunities. Recipients demonstrate characteristics such as good character and strong academic standing. 

copper wolves

Jul 10, 2020

Deferred Plans, Undeterred Spirits: Philanthropy Changes Students’ Trajectory

The College of Humanities and Social Sciences' annual scholarship event was one of many put on hold this past spring. That hasn't dampened scholarship recipients' gratitude as they reflect on what support has meant for them and what they look forward to. 

Eric Wylie smiling in front of trees while wearing an NC State sweatshirt

Jul 6, 2020

Why I Give: College of Education Student Eric Wylie

The support Eric Wylie '23 receives from the Dorothy E. and Robert W. Tart Jr. Scholarship has inspired him to give back to the College of Education to help others like him. 

Copper Wolf on Central Campus in the fall

Jun 23, 2020

NC State College of Education Students Share the Impact of Scholarships

College of Education students Eric Wylie, Juan Cortes and Elyse Smith share their stories and how scholarship support has impacted their lives and their academic experience. 

Chris Gaudette in scrubs in front of a CVM building

Jun 23, 2020

Annable Scholar Dedicated to a Life of Service

The need-based Ross M. and Michele M. Annable Scholarship at the College of Veterinary Medicine encourages commitment to serving the community. That's no problem for Annable Scholar and Air National Guard Staff Sgt. Chris Gaudette, whose personal motto is "do better, be better."