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May 10, 2021  |  News & Features

Goodnight Scholars Program Celebrates the Graduating Class of 2021

The Goodnight Scholars Program is excited to celebrate the achievements, tenaciousness, and drive of the graduating class of 2021.  As the state continues to ease pandemic restrictions, the Goodnight Scholars Program was able to host an outdoor, socially-distanced graduation ceremony […]

Sep 23, 2020  |  Scholars Blog

A Tale of Two Countries

Memories of my childhood in El Salvador come to mind when I see kids playing in the streets.

Apr 10, 2020  |  News & Features

The Insider on Undergraduate Research

My undergraduate research journey started in the summer of 2019 with the smell of roasted coffee as it enveloped the air while I hastily walked down to my first training in the clean room at the NC State Nanofabrication Lab.

Dec 18, 2019  |  News & Features

2019 Year-In-Review

Remembering the good times and tremendous accomplishments of the Goodnight Scholars community in 2019.

Nov 19, 2019  |  News & Features

Photo Round-Up: DayDream Lemur

Days spent volunteering with the Duke Lemur Center and Habitat for Humanity are the best days.

Nov 7, 2019  |  News & Features

2018-2019 Goodnight Scholars Program Annual Report

Going all-digital for our recap of the 2018-2019 academic year!

Sep 24, 2019  |  News & Features

Photo Round-Up: Competition Brings Us Together

A new season of Major Madness kicks off. Let the trash-talking begin!

Apr 4, 2019  |  News & Features

Photo Round-Up: LEGO Brick Build 2019

Building the future of STEM one brick at a time.

Apr 2, 2019  |  Scholars Blog

Friends and Family

This semester has brought many new events into my life. I am in my new major and I absolutely love it. That being said, I have also had to deal with many new things such as my family growing and […]

Mar 29, 2019  |  News & Features

Photo Round-Up: Busy

The good kind of busy, of course. Between the Class of 2023’s Finalist Interview Day, STEM Night, and getting in touch with our inner Bob Ross, March has been a blur.