Summer of the Arab Spring
Two NC State students join a team traveling to Egypt and Tunisia this summer to document the democratic movements that are sweeping the region. But they're traveling as artists, not journalists. Find out why they're going.
Engineers Without Borders
Engineering students Ross Varin and Megan Smithmyer went to Sierra Leone to find ways to help supply clean drinking water. They returned with new plans for their careers.
Tornado Volunteers Needed
Put on your work boots. NC State is organizing a service project this Saturday, April 30, to help people recovering from the recent tornadoes.
NC State to Join Shaw Cleanup
NC State faculty, staff and students will join the cleanup effort at Shaw University on Thursday, April 21.
Red Cross Needs Telethon Help
The American Red Cross needs volunteers to help staff a telethon Wednesday, April 20, at the WRAL studio on Western Avenue near campus.
New World Order
Caldwell Fellow Alex Martin is leading a team of students in a volunteer effort to bring 21st century marketing tools to entrepreneurs in the developing world. See the future of fair trade.
What is it with NC State students? Can't they take a vacation without stopping along the way to change the world?
A Haven for Kids and Art
When Shelley Smith graduates in May, she'll leave NC State with more than a degree. The Caldwell Fellow gained valuable (and challenging) experience building an art program for at-risk youth.
More Time to Help
Citing the extraordinary needs facing North Carolina charities during the economic downturn, Chancellor Randy Woodson has extended the Wolfpack Gives Back campaign for two more weeks. Find out how you can help.
The Kid From Atencingo
On his 4,558-mile journey across Latin America, NC State student Saul Flores is raising funds and bringing hope to children in an impoverished community. Learn how he's changing the world, one step at a time.