Graduate students and faculty turned out in late November for a holiday coffee with The Graduate School’s Dean Maureen Grasso and other staff. Pictured, from left, are Selene Schmittling, Ph.D. student, electrical engineering; Jordan Karlis, master’s student, history; Brett Locklear, director of graduate recruiting, and Dean Maureen Grasso, both of The Graduate School; Olivia Bullard, master’s student, physiology; and Megan Jones, master’s student, environmental engineering.
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Jill Scullion began the NC State Jenkins Professional Online MBA in 2016 to further her professional career — and she did just that by embodying the Think and Do mentality. Upon graduation from the program, Scullion was rewarded for her hard work and promoted to vice president. Read her story.
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