Dr. Ashley Hink ’05 takes on gun violence in Charleston, S.C., by treating it as a public health crisis.
David Paul Meyer ’03 takes home an Emmy thanks to longtime partnership with comedian Trevor Noah.
Get ready for a truly homegrown brew as breeders work to create hops plants that can thrive in North Carolina.
In Ukrainian, the word means “will.” Darya Levchenko ’19 MA and her fight to preserve the arts embody that spirit of Ukraine’s people.
From passing moments to new perspectives, take a look through a collection of our favorite campus shots from the NC State community.
Air Force veteran builds connections with students in a second career as a high school teacher.
An accidental discovery leads a research team to a potentionally lifesaving vaccine for mosquito-borne diseases.
Native American network helps alumni and students connect through community.
Katharine Berkoff ’23 returns for a fifth year and some unfinished business in the water.
Mental health counselor, NC State Counseling Center
NC State steps up its effort in the growing world of video games with plans for a new arena and expanded course offerings.
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