Goodnight Spotlight: Parker Savage
He wants to make healthcare accessible for all. He belts out show tunes like a Broadway megastar. He lives in the Goodnight Scholars lounge. He’s Parker Savage ’20.
Goodnight Scholars Program Selects Finalists for Class of 2022
Press Release: RALEIGH, February 9, 2018 – The Goodnight Scholars Program at NC State University revealed 100 finalists who will participate in the Program’s 4th annual Finalist Interview Day, scheduled for February 24, 2018, at the James B. Hunt Jr. […]
Goodnight Spotlight: Michael Cavenaugh
Dunn native Michael Cavenaugh’s life is defined by many “firsts” including the first in his family to major in STEM and the one of the first members of the Goodnight Scholars Transfer Program.
Goodnight Spotlight: Shelby Brookshire
What do you do when you’re from a family of engineers? Do what Shelby Brookshire did. Develop a passion for animals.
Goodnight Scholars Program to Host National Geographic Fellow and Data Artist Jer Thorp for Lecture Series
Press Release: RALEIGH, January 9, 2018 – The Goodnight Scholars Program at NC State welcomes the most-respected data artist in America, Jer Thorp, as its featured speaker for the “Goodnight Scholars Program Presents Speaker Series.”
Goodnight Scholars Class of 2017 December Graduates Announced
Bidding farewell by celebrating our new December 2017 graduates!
Photo Round-Up: Shalini Kantayya and the Gregg Museum
Our favorite moments from the Transfer Class of 2019’s tour of the renovated Gregg Museum and a visit from award-winning filmmaker Shalini Kantayya.
Goodnight Spotlight: Jovana Vidacak
High Point native Jovana Vidacak ’18 is just going with the flow.
10 For 10: Ashley Holloman
Ten questions for Goodnight Scholars alumni as part of the Goodnight Scholars Program’s 10th anniversary celebration. Meet Ashley Holloman ’13, agricultural education teacher at Corinth Holders High School in Johnston County.
Goodnight Spotlight: Lahari Revuri
Studying abroad in France, securing her Global Perspectives Certificate, working for ClassTech: Good luck keeping up with Lahari Revuri ’20.