Goodnight Spotlight: Olivia Chiott
Heading into her final semester at NC State, Goodnight Scholar Olivia Chiott ’22 is ready to completely immerse herself in the life of a teacher. The Mathematics in Secondary Education major described her upcoming student teacher professional semester as “daunting,” […]
Dreams Without Borders
Elizabeth Vanegas ’22 shares her study abroad experience in Prague! After going through some adjustments to her original plan and thinking she might not be able to study abroad due to the pandemic, a new opportunity arose and with the […]
Goodnight Spotlight: Jonathan Moore
Throughout the month of November the Goodnight Scholars Program will feature some of our Native American scholars and alumni in celebration and recognition of Native American Heritage Month. Active, competitive, and artistic are just three words to describe Goodnight Scholar […]
Fisheries, Wildlife, Conservation Biology, and Courtney Smith
Goodnight Scholar Courtney Smith 22′ is currently conducting research in the Forest Health Lab. Continue reading to learn more about who she is, how she was introduced to research, and the work that she is doing over the summer. Tell […]
New Year, New Facility
“New Year, New Me” is something we always hear people say in the beginning of a new year.
Goodnight Spotlight: Lacey Malinsky
Moving to Raleigh from a small town in North Carolina was intimidating for Lacey Malinsky ’22. But, three years later, Lacey describes her successful transition with two words: independence and exploration.
Returning to Poe Hall
We all know when August comes back around what time of the year it is. For some, it’s a new start at a new school, and for others, it’s the return back to their usual routine.
Spring 2020 Semester-in-Review
This was a semester that no one could have imagined.
Embracing Ever-Changing Interests
When I started my college career, my life was all sketched out in my planner. Everything from my undergraduate degree to my eventual retirement was planned with an exact timeline and high expectations.
The Key to Success
As I entered my sophomore year at NC State, I realized that I would be faced with a growing challenge. Within the first few weeks of my fall semester, I began to experience something much too familiar to me: self-doubt.