MALS Brunch Mixer and 30th Anniversary Celebration
The MALS Brunch Mixer and 30th Anniversary Celebration is scheduled for Saturday, May 4th (10 a.m. to noon) in the Caldwell Hall Lounge on NC State's campus.
MALS Alumnus Jeff Leonard wins award; credits his studies at NC State
In a recent interview with MALS Alumnus Jeff Leonard, Jeff discusses the personal impact he experienced through his MALS studies and how his creative approach was molded through the MALS program.
Alumna Spotlight: Caroline Armijo ‘04
In a recent interview with MALS alumna Caroline Rutledge Armijo ('04), Caroline discusses the personal impact that she experienced through her MALS studies and the magic that occurs when the ideas you seek also find you.
Building Stronger Foundations Through Giving
MALS continuously strives to build community within the program, to help integrate students while they pursue a wide variety of academic opportunities.
Meet MALS Student Zhenyu Deng
In this guest post, Zhenyu Deng discusses his experiences as an international student in the MALS Program at NC State as well as the impact of his recent study abroad trip to Ghana.
Meet Sarah Wild: Career Counselor from NC State’s Career Development Center
Sarah Wild of the Career Development Center tells us about the journey that brought her to NC State, and her passion to help others.
Congratulations to our Fall 2018 MALS Graduates!
The fall 2018 MALS Graduates are (from left to right): Milton Mariani, Timothy Rose, Zhenyu Deng, Bryan Abell, Jeffery Morales and Stephanie Jean Jares (not pictured: Austin Reynolds).
Maymester Course: Food for Thought
From the French foundations of modern gastronomy to the fascinating paradoxes of food production, consumption, and appreciation in our increasingly globalized world, this course is designed to broaden both the senses and mind.
Student Spotlight: Shamsa Visone
New York used to be her heart and soul, that is until she came to NC State!
Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Robert Kochersberger
MALS is proud to feature Dr. Robert Kochersberger! Dr. Kochersberger is a member of the English Department at NC State. His spring seminar focuses on how airplanes have had a significant impact on commerce, diplomacy, warfare, recreation and the environment. Additionally, the course covered the basics of aerodynamics, internal combustion, navigation, safety and learning to fly.