Stories From Mar 2022

Mar 30, 2022

Harnett County Superintendent Grateful for Wolfpack Roots

Harnett County Superintendent, Aaron Fleming, discusses how NC State provided him the tools to be successful as an agricultural educator that transitioned to an administrator.

Mar 29, 2022

Desiree Mallon Receives CALS Award for Excellence

Desiree Mallon, Student Services Specialist and Graduate Services Coordinator for the Department of Agriculture and Human Sciences, was recently awarded the CALS Award for Excellence.

Mar 25, 2022

Day of Giving Tells a Successful Story

On NC State’s fourth annual Day of Giving, Wolfpack supporters gave a record 14,533 gifts totaling $23,060,336, which will help create a bold new chapter for the university.

Mar 22, 2022

Scholarships Provide Opportunity for First-Generation Student

Elizabeth Espino is the recipient of several scholarships thanks to the generosity of several donors.

Mar 21, 2022

AEE 350 – Authentic Leadership Reflection

In the March post of The Student Narrative blog, we will display an assignment from AEE Undergraduate Student Sarah White from the AEE 350 course. The assignment focused on the results of her authentic leadership questionnaire and focusing on an area of improvement.

Mar 16, 2022

“A Vastly Rewarding Experience”: Joseph Donaldson’s Career-Long Commitment to Excellence in Extension Education

AEE Professor and Director of Graduate Programs, Joseph Donaldson, discusses his passion for extension education and mentoring agricultural and extension students.

Mar 15, 2022

Research published by YFCS Faculty Member on the Mediating Role of Ethnic Identity

YFCS Faculty member, Dr. Jamie Alexander, recently co-authored an article that was published in the Journal of Adolescence.

Mar 14, 2022

AHS Faculty Member Gonzalez Wins Equity for Women Award

Dr. Maru Gonzalez, along with colleagues Becca Zuvich and Chris Genwright from CALS Human Resources, were awarded a Group Recipient Award as part of the Equity for Women Awards celebration.

Mar 11, 2022

#WhyIChoseEducation: ‘My Thing Has Always Been Helping Kids and Helping Adults Help Kids,’ Says Autumn Guin ’20PHD

“I feel like I grew up in Poe Hall.” That’s how Autumn Guin ’20PHD describes her time spent as a student at NC State University—and for good reason. Between earning her…

Mar 10, 2022

Amira Alexander ‘15, ‘22 on Family Life, Community Empowerment, and Purpose

YFCS graduate student, Amira Alexander, discusses how NC State has influenced her family life, community empowerment, and purpose.