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Focused on the Future
Georgia Burgess '21 has accomplished many things at NC State. The driving force behind her success is her commitment to showing up for others.
December Graduate Spotlight: Georgia Burgess ’21
Georgia Burgess ’21, a fall 2021 graduate, shares the experiences that had the biggest impact during her time at NC State and where she is headed next.
December Graduate Spotlight: Elizabeth Dogbe ’21
Elizabeth Dogbe ’21, a fall 2021 graduate, shares the experiences that had the biggest impact during her time at NC State and where she is headed next.
December Graduate Spotlight: David Flowers ’21
David Flowers ’21, a fall 2021 graduate, shares the experiences that had the biggest impact during his time at NC State and where he is headed next.
Startup Stories: 321 Coffee
Lewis Sheats, assistant vice provost of entrepreneurship, sits down with the founders of 321 Coffee, Lindsay Wrege '21 and Michael Evans '21, to discuss how to provide employees with disabilities a meaningful way to contribute to society.
Q&A: Ana Sofia Uzsoy
Ana Sofia Uzsoy '21, the third-ever Churchill Scholar selected from NC State, was recently interviewed in the College of Engineering magazine.
Alumni Spotlight: Lindsay Wrege, CEO of 321 Coffee
The NC State Honors and Scholars Program recently caught up with alumna Lindsay Wrege '21, CEO of 321 Coffee.
Meet Park Faculty Scholar Kanton Reynolds
Kanton Reynolds, a Park Faculty Scholar for the Class of 2023, is the Director of Undergraduate Programs for the Edward P. Fitts Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering in the College of Engineering.
4 Questions for NC State’s 4 Churchill Scholars
Chris Cooper '17, Mia de los Reyes '16, Nikhil Milind '21 and Ana Sofia Uzsoy '21 are NC State's four Churchill Scholars. They spoke with the program about the impact of their time at NC State and experiences as Park Scholars and Churchill Scholars.
NC State’s 4th Churchill Scholar Prepares for Deep Dive Into Genetics
Nikhil Milind '21, who graduated this year, is going to the University of Cambridge to continue his studies into links between human genetics and diseases.