Academic and Student Affairs Year in Review
Look back on some of the biggest headlines, most inspiring stories and incredible gifts to enhance student life in 2021.
2021 in Review
Despite the obvious challenges, this was a year of triumphs for our Wolfpack. Look back on 21 of our biggest stories from 2021.
YFCS 523 – The Tale of Two Cities: Charlotte and Raleigh have forgotten about the Poor
In the December post of The Student Narrative blog, YFCS Graduate Student Jessica Corn will display an assignment from the YFCS 523 course. The assignment will focus on economic immobility and how North Carolina families suffer the consequences.
Passion for Helping Families Inspires Online Grad to Cross the Finish Line
Online graduate overcomes health obstacles to earn her degree with her passion for helping others as a guiding force throughout her educational journey.
College Advising Corps, Juntos 4-H Celebrate Statewide Partnerships
college advisors, alumni and others from across North Carolina came together to celebrate both programs’ achievements, look ahead to the future and enjoy a great meal.
NC State Leads Raleigh Effort to Meet Students’ Basic Needs
In response to alarming rates of food and housing insecurity among college students, NC State is joining forces with the city of Raleigh and other area institutions to develop systems-level solutions. The effort is sponsored by the National League of Cities.
Online Degree Elevates Furloughed Camp Director to Licensing Family Caseworker
Furloughed camp director finds her passion for working as a licensing family caseworker in the foster care industry while earning her masters degree as a student in the NC State Online and Distance Education program.
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Dean Richard Linton to Step Down
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Dean Richard Linton has announced that he will step down from his position at NC State in mid-February 2022 to become the president of Kansas State.
Don’t Want Foodborne Illness? Don’t Wash That Poultry
Washing raw turkey or other poultry before roasting can lead to cross-contamination and foodborne illness.
YFCS 553 – Rural, socio-economic issues of youth in North Carolina: Why do they matter?
In the November post for The Student Narrative blog, we will present an assignment from the YFCS 553 course created by YFCS Graduate Students Angelena Castro, Kimberley Cheatham and Allison Matthews. The assignment will focus on rural, socio-economic issues of youth in North Carolina.