By StaffAlumna Lindsay Wrege ’21 is helping adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities gain meaningful employment through 321 Coffee, a company that she co-founded. |Alumni News, Park News
By StaffLewis 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. |Alumni News, Park News
By StaffMichael Evans '21 knew a statistics major would give him highly sought-after transferable skills, but little did he know it would also open a door to the world of entrepreneurship. |Alumni News, Park News
By Rachel CoxDavid Horne ’23 and Joshua Mason ’24 created an app that reduces food waste by connecting grocery stores with food-based charities. The project won the grand prize in the NC State Make-A-Thon sustainability innovation competition.