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Mike Constantino in front of a background of a wolf statue and his name and graduation years listed

Feb 8, 2022

Extraordinary Difference: Mike Constantino

For former scholarship recipient Mike Constantino, NC State’s Think and Do the Extraordinary Campaign was a deeply personal endeavor. He and his wife, Lori, who is a fellow Wolfpack alum, have worked to help others learn, grow and succeed at their alma mater by supporting the Extraordinary Opportunity Scholarship Initiative and other efforts. 

The Memorial Belltower and the Raleigh downtown skyline as seen from above

Feb 1, 2022

Park Alumni Society to Host MBA Panel

The Park Alumni Society will host an online panel discussion and Q&A on what’s important to know about business school and the broad range of opportunities available to MBA graduates on Feb. 8 from 7:30 to 8:45 p.m. EST. Learn more about the guest speakers and register to participate in the event. 

Lewis Sheats interviews Lindsay Wrege and Michael Evans

Jan 14, 2022

Startup Stories: 321 Coffee

Individuals with disabilities tend to see a drop-off in career opportunities and support following high school graduation. Lewis Sheats, assistant vice provost of entrepreneurship, sits down with the founders of 321 Coffee, Lindsay Wrege and Michael Evans, to discuss how to provide employees with disabilities with a meaningful way to contribute to society. 

Richard Bryant (left) with Dean Frank Buckless

Dec 7, 2021

Richard Bryant Named Poole College’s 2021 Distinguished Alumni Award Recipient

When Richard Bryant looks back on his life so far, he can attribute his personal and professional success to the core beliefs he shared with his sons as they were growing up, including giving back. One of his favorite ways to give back is through NC State and the Poole College of Management. 

Sarah Khan next to a building on NC State's campus

Nov 16, 2021

Faculty Fellows Series: Perspectives From a HyFlex Classroom

The first article in a new series on the Poole College of Management’s DELTA Faculty Fellows highlights the work of Sarah Khan, a teaching associate professor in the college, and how a grant helped her class think and do like never before. 

Tom Miller

Oct 26, 2021

Senior Vice Provost for Entrepreneurship Tom Miller to Retire

Miller will retire effective July 1, 2022, after 40 years of service to NC State. He previously stepped down as senior vice provost for academic outreach and entrepreneurship to focus on leading NC State Entrepreneurship. His direction of the latter has allowed NC State to expand entrepreneurship engagement across disciplines and support an increasing number of students as they develop entrepreneurial mindsets. 

Bruce Lowe, right, and his friend Ken celebrating their birthdays with a UNC/NC State themed cake

Oct 12, 2021

Bruce Lowe’s Memory and Love of NC State Lives On Through Scholarship

For Bruce Lowe ’78, NC State was far more than just the university he attended. The Bruce Lowe Memorial Scholarship, offered to students in the Poole College of Management, is helping others think and do the extraordinary while also honoring the memory of this passionate Pack member. 

Buildings on NC State's campus

Sep 21, 2021

Announcing the First Frank J. Newlands, M.D. Entrepreneurship Scholars

The Frank J. Newlands, M.D. Entrepreneurship Scholarship was established through a generous donation from Dr. Newlands to support outstanding entrepreneurial efforts among NC State’s undergraduate student population. With a strong history of entrepreneurship throughout his own career, Dr. Newlands is excited to support the next generation of NC State entrepreneurs — beginning with Josiah Hall and Drew Lewis. 

A researcher working with test vials

Sep 13, 2021

NC State Researchers Develop Framework for More Efficient Adoption of Medical Innovations

Significant amounts of time, money and energy go into developing new, effective diagnostic tests — countless research hours, millions of dollars in equipment and dedicated laboratory space — but what happens when medical providers elect not to use these new tools for reasons such as a perceived increase in their workload? A question like this led to a research project by a team that includes Sebastian Heese, department head and Owens Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management at Poole College of Management. 

Students walking on campus

Sep 6, 2021

Poole College of Management Supporters Step Up for the Extraordinary Opportunity Scholarship Initiative

Some of the many impactful supporters of EOSI and Poole College recently shared their reasons for giving, as well as their hopes for the cumulative impact on students and the college.