Goodnight Scholars Program Selects Finalists for Class of 2025
The Goodnight Scholars Program at NC State University revealed 100 finalists who will participate in the Program’s 7th annual Finalist Interview weekend. This year, due to the ongoing pandemic, the event will be held virtually on February 26th and 27th, […]
Remembering the good times and tremendous accomplishments of the Goodnight Scholars community in 2019.
From Farm Town to First Year
I was born in the small farm town of Thomaston, Georgia with a population of about 9,000 people and a total area of 9.2 square miles.
Celebrating our Fall 2018 Graduates
It is bittersweet, but we could not be happier for our newest group of Goodnight Scholars alumni!
Photo Round-Up: Shack-a-thon, Bye Week Tailgate, and BugFest
Shacks, snacks, and bugs. We were trying for the rhyming trifecta, and failed miserably. Nevertheless, enjoy candid shots from a few memorable Goodnight Scholars events in September and October!
Writing Winning Scholarship Essays
With the 2019 college admissions cycle kicking off, Allison Medlin, director of the Goodnight Scholars Program, wants to address one of the “dreaded” tasks facing applicants: writing scholarship essays.
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 Scholars Program Now Extends to North Carolina Transfer Students
Inaugural class of ten transfer students to receive Goodnight Scholarship valued at $19,500 per year.
Goodnight Scholars Program Presents: Epibone CEO Nina Tandon
The Goodnight Scholars Program brings TED Senior Fellow and EpiBone CEO, Dr. Nina Tandon, to NC State for talk on the human tissue engineering revolution. RALEIGH, September 26, 2016 – The Goodnight Scholars Program at NC State has announced the […]
Goodnight Spotlight: Thomas Matrejek
Each month, the Goodnight Scholars Program highlights a select number of current Goodnight Scholars who represent the Program’s highly diverse and involved student cohort. This month, the spotlight focuses on Wilson native and artistic savant, Thomas Matrejek ’18. Goodnight Scholars […]