#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…
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.
AHS Welcomes, Awards, Recognitions, and Farewells
We're welcoming new staff members and recognizing and congratulating all who received awards and nominations for the work they contributed to the university, college and department.
YFCS Faculty Member Publish Research on Grocery Purchasing Habits among Rural and Urban Residents
Dr. Lindsey Haynes-Maslow, a YFCS faculty member, with colleagues from University of Kentucky, University of Tennessee and New York University were recently published in the journal International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.
Alumni Spotlight: Ivery Turns Passion into a Career
YFCS Alumni, Niambi Ivery, discusses how the program assisted her with a career change and provided her with the tools and skills to excel in her new career path.
Gonzalez Serves North Carolina Youth and Families
YFCS Assistant Professor, Maru Gonzalez, shares how she serves families and youth in North Carolina.
Maddy Teno ‘22 Finds Her Fit in Agricultural Science
Maddy Teno discusses her path from the Exploratory Studies program to finding her passion in Agricultural Science and landing an internship with TARGAN.
YFCS Program Selected as Excellence in Assessment Honoree
The Graduate School has announced the Youth, Family, and Community Sciences program as an Excellence in Assessment honoree.
AEHS 510 – Knowledge and Theoretical Framework within Your Internship
In the January post of The Student Narrative blog, we will display an assignment from YFCS Graduate Student Shironda Brown from the AEHS 510 course. The assignment focused on the knowledge and theoretical framework that she hopes to learn within her internship.
“Take the Next Right Step”: A Conversation with Kimberly Eshleman
YFCS Student, Kimberly Eshleman, discusses her transition from staff member to student and what it's like to be part of the last group of admitted students for the YFCS program.