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Matthew Iezzi

Aug 8, 2022

Matthew Iezzi ’18, ’19: A World-Class Textiles Education Took This Graduate to Thailand, Hong Kong and Los Angeles

During his time at NC State, Matthew Iezzi made the most of his college experience. Thanks to his Kimbrell Centennial Scholarship, he expanded his textile knowledge and passion for sustainability beyond campus by studying and interning abroad. 

Katie (third from left) and the fellow founders of Fount Coffee + Kitchen

Aug 8, 2022

Katie Godfrey Kilgore ’16 Strives for a Culture of Community Through Fount Coffee + Kitchen

Kilgore was very involved at NC State during her academic career, including assisting with the Chancellor’s Leadership Development Program. Kilgore’s father, David Godfrey, established the Katelyn Godfrey Kilgore Scholarship for students pursuing undergraduate degrees in the Poole College of Management to honor his daughter. 

Madeline Ellis looking at the ocean

Aug 8, 2022

Madeline Ellis Heads Northwest: An Enrichment Grant Blog

Goodnight Scholar Madeline Ellis used an enrichment grant from the program to travel with the University Scholars to the Pacific Northwest over spring break. In a first-person account, she shares how her travels helped her better understand Asian American history. 

The Wilson College of Textiles

Aug 1, 2022

Introducing the 2026 Class of Centennial Scholars

Thanks to the North Carolina Textile Foundation, the 2026 class of Centennial Scholars has been selected. These scholars, representing the next generation of leaders and artists in the textile industry, were chosen based on their academic achievement in high school, proven and potential leadership qualities, extracurricular activities and unique life experiences. 

Transformational Scholars graphic

Aug 1, 2022

Transformational Scholarships Program Announces Inaugural Cohort of Scholars

The College of Education has announced the 16 students from across eastern North Carolina who will join the inaugural cohort of the Transformational Scholarships Program, which is made possible by the generosity of the Anonymous Trust. These students, who will receive scholarships totaling $40,000 over four years, include club presidents, student government representatives, varsity athletes and volunteers, all dedicated to making their communities a better place. 

Wilson College of Textiles building

Jul 25, 2022

Introducing the 2026 Class of Textile Pioneer Scholars

The Textile Pioneer Scholarship provides funding for students based in non-metropolitan areas of North Carolina in alignment with NC State’s land-grant mission. As part of the program’s class of 2026, Olivia Masciarelli and Mackenzie Re will receive a minimum of $14,000 a year for four years, as well as $4,000 in enrichment funds that can be used for study abroad or other leadership and growth opportunities. 

Elizabeth Vanegas

Jul 25, 2022

Goodnight Spotlight: Elizabeth Vanegas

During her first year at NC State, Goodnight Scholar Liz Vanegas ’22 realized that majoring in science education was the perfect blend between her loves of science and of helping people. 

Ben Biedrzycki and Katelynn Roark hold giant checks from Wellness and Recreation

Jul 19, 2022

Wellness and Recreation Friends and Family Scholarships Awarded

Student employees Ben Biedrzycki and Katelynn Roark were awarded $500 scholarships for encouraging and inspiring the NC State community to live actively and for serving as role models for healthy and balanced living. 

Horse and rider jumping a barrier

Jul 19, 2022

An Investment in the Future of Large Animal Medicine

In their competitive and professional capacities, Bob and Jane DeMeulmester have taken advantage of the advanced expertise of the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine and Hospital. Those experiences have been so positive that the couple felt led to establish the Banixx Horse & Pet Care Graduate Award with an initial pledge of $20,000 to support the next generation of students focusing on large animal medicine. 

People walking on Caldwell Patio

Jul 19, 2022

Seven Incoming Humanities and Social Sciences Students Named Park Scholars

Seven incoming College of Humanities and Social Sciences students are among the 42 rising freshmen the Park Scholarships program named to its class of 2026 scholars.