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Tosheria Brown

Dec 7, 2023

Heart for Helping

Master of social work alumna Tosheria Brown helps people at risk of or experiencing homelessness find a new path. 

Zoe Newman stands in front of a knitting machine and smiles at the camera.

Sep 22, 2023

Wilson College Alumna Credits Hours in Knitting Lab as Key to Expertise, Career Success

Zoë Newman, Ph.D., now serves as a knit product developer, consulting with companies at Stoll by Karl Mayer. 

Michael Brennan stands in front of a large screen that displays a graphic about the 2023 hurricane season.

Aug 4, 2023

NC State Alumni Lead Nation’s Hurricane Preparedness Efforts

Two NC State alumni are leaders in the National Hurricane Center, using meteorology and behavioral science to protect people in North Carolina and across the nation. 

Elmas talks to two other people.

Aug 4, 2023

Coming Back to the Pack

Master of International Studies alumnus Elmas Hasanovikj returned to his alma mater with a delegation from his native North Macedonia. 

Man with blueberries

Aug 4, 2023

A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Berry Breeding

A Ph.D. from North Carolina State University prepared Ray Jacobs for a fruitful career as a subtropical plant breeder with Driscoll’s. 

Dorothy Holley quote

Jul 18, 2023

Dorothy Holley ’21PHD Named Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellow

College of Education alumna, Dorothy Holley has been named an Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellow. 

Hayden Edmondson

Jul 11, 2023

Recent MAC Graduate Starts Career, Embraces Public Accounting

Recent alum, Hayden Edmondson, shares about his journey into accounting, his experience in the master of accounting program and his decision to pursue public accounting before shifting to the industry side. 

Cody Zane

Jul 10, 2023

This PPE Engineer is Supporting the Next Generation of Textile Leaders

Cody Zane, a three-time Wilson College of Textiles graduate, follows his passions by staying connected to his alma mater, being a mental health ambassador, mentoring graduate students, and researching personal protective equipment as an engineer at UL Solutions. 

Imani Madison holding a pipette in a lab

May 25, 2023

A Passion for Plant Research

Imani Madison won the 2022 Kenneth R. Keller Research Award for her research on how stress and other external factors affect the development of plant cell tissues. 

Ayele Kuevidjen (right) and College of Humanities and Social Sciences Dean Deanna Dannels.

May 18, 2023

Designing a Diplomatic Future

Recent Master of International Studies graduate Ayele Kuevidjen is set to launch her career on the global stage as an American diplomat in the foreign service.