Students Start Business to Tackle Textile Waste
NC State students and Park Scholars Emily Neville and Carly Kvietok launched Reborn Clothing Co. to revive clothes you no longer wear into new, useful products.
Cooper Wins Churchill Scholarship
Senior Christopher Cooper, a chemical engineering and economics major at NC State, will spend the 2017-18 academic year at the University of Cambridge, earning a master's degree on a prestigious Churchill Scholarship.
NC State Selects 40 Park Scholars for Class of 2020
Forty outstanding students in the Class of 2020 receive Park Scholarships.
The Right Chemistry: Au+H2O Times 2
Two NC State juniors win the highly competitive Goldwater Scholarship for 2016, an award that requires a strong track record of undergraduate research and recognizes some of the nation’s top college students in science, math and engineering.
In 12 years, the Krispy Kreme Challenge has rolled up some impressive numbers: 60,000-plus runners, more than 724,000 doughnuts eaten and nearly $1 million raised for charity.
Computer science graduate Xavier Primus was accepted into MIT, Georgetown and Duke — and then went to NC State instead. Learn why we’re increasingly the first choice of elite students.
Solar Tree Sprouts at Hunt Library
Charge your laptop, phone or other electronics on the 16-foot solar tree at the Hunt Library on Centennial Campus. The newly installed solar technology is a gift from the Park Scholars Class of 2015.
Park Scholars Give $2 Million
The Park Scholars, who have organized the wildly popular Krispy Kreme Challenge race since 2004, have committed $2 million to UNC Children's Hospital for the Krispy Kreme Challenge Children's Specialty Clinic at Rex Hospital in Raleigh.
NC State Selects 39 Park Scholars for Class of 2019
North Carolina State University’s Park Scholarships program has named 39 students to its Class of 2019. Recipient biographies, listed by N.C. county, state and nation, are available via PDF. “The Class of 2019 has the distinction of being the 20th […]
Student Leader Tackles Big Issues
Grad student and Park Scholar Rusty Mau takes a no-nonsense approach to his position as student body president, speaking out on issues such as sexual assault, financial literacy and college affordability.