Press Releases

Professor Valerie Evans was a guest on NPR!

Valerie Evans, director of the Honors College, was a guest on NPR’s national political correspondent Mara Liasson’s show on May 5. The topic of discussion was All the Single Ladies: 5 Takeaways About Unmarried Female Voters.

To listen to the interview, click here.

Commencement was a huge success!

The university celebrated its 83rd Commencement by awarding more than 200 graduates their diplomas on Sunday, May 4. The university’s newest members of alumni were full of excitement, tears and smiles as they walked across the stage into their next chapter of life. Proud parents and loved ones were there to celebrate one of life’s highest achievements.

The guest speaker was Dr. Darryl Scriven, who encouraged the graduates to stay grateful, keep working hard and keep believing.

To view photos from the commencement ceremony, click here.

The L.I.F.E. winners are . . .

Thursday, April 24, the Division of Student Development and Services held its Student L.I.F.E. (Learning, Integrity, Foundations, and Engagement) Awards Program in Seby Jones Auditorium.

Below is a list of the award winners:

Greek Organization of the Year

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.

Student Advocate of the Year-Staff

Ayana Eaddy

Community Assistant of the Year

Tyril Stokes

Student Program of the Year

Stop Hunger Now

Office of Community Service and the Office of First Year Experience

Falcon Community Service Award-Student

Aurielle Jones

Registered Student Organization of the Year

Campus Activities Board

Student Advocate of the Year-Faculty

Russell Brodie

Student Leader of the Year

DeVonte Jenkins

Falcon Community Service Award-RSO

Student Government Association

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Falcons are graduates of Leadership Triangle

Aiyanna Archer, a junior majoring in psychology from Brooklyn, N.Y. and Justin Jones, a sophomore, from Fort Valley, Ga., are graduates of the 2014 Leadership Triangle College Edition. The ceremony was held on April 11.

"By graduating from Raleigh Leadership Triangle College Edition, I have gained a sense of leadership that has prepared me for the demanding world of corporate America,” Archer said. “An experience well spent and will never be forgotten.”

Leadership Triangle is a non-profit organization established in 1992 to educate and promote regionalism across the separate communities of the Triangle.

According to Leadership Triangle’s web site, the College Edition, which is presented by the Research Triangle Park, invites two students from every university, college and community college in Orange, Durham, Wake and Chatham counties to meet in various locations around the Triangle. They welcome the input the students give to Leadership Triangle as to the future needs of the region, especially for this age group.

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