May 9, 2020
Heather Arflin and Hannah Crompton met for the first time during Wolfpack Welcome Week at the Poole College of Management Transfer Student event and as two women in their 30s in a sea of young people, they gravitated toward one another.
Megan Bohm grew up in NC State’s backyard and began developing a global mindset from a young age and studied abroad in Hong Kong and Paris during her undergraduate and graduate years.
May 8, 2020
As an already established financial analyst at a local accounting firm, James Cerone was concerned about balancing his daily work life and evening MBA classes without hindering his work performance.
Caroline Utt became interested in luxury brand management after studying abroad in Florence, Italy, for her bachelor’s degree from the Wilson College of Textiles.
May 7, 2020
Senior, Quavis Johnson, relied on robust skills and experiences acquired at Poole College to adjust to COVID-19 and successfully complete his supply chain practicum.
After 25 years as a project manager, Dana Lanner decided to pursue her MBA with a dream to become a leader of a company or a major product line.
May 6, 2020
Randawnique Coakley is one of the only Jenkins Master of Accounting students this year to have passed all sections of her Certified Public Accounting (CPA) and Certified Managerial Accounting (CMA) exams before even beginning the program.
May 5, 2020
While this past semester was not one NC State or the graduating students anticipated, the class of 2020 has persisted through this difficult time to finish their academic careers on a high note.
Mark Chun enrolled in the Jenkins MAC Program to invest in his future as a CPA for one of the Big Four accounting firms.
Grace Isley's interest in fashion developed at a young age, and flourished in the Global Luxury and Management Program.