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The Virtual Classroom Experience 

Any other semester, Nelson Hall would be bustling with students preparing for final projects and exams. With the presence of the COVID-19 crisis, students and faculty have had to adjust to the "new normal" as NC State transitions to virtual learning. 
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Poole Students Win $5,000 in Annual NC State Lulu eGames

The Lulu eGames is NC State’s annual startup competition where students compete for awards for over $100,000. Two Poole students Beth Philemon, Jenkins MBA student, and senior Daniela Patiño placed second and third in the arts category, winning $5,000 between them both. 

Chris Hoina
The Price of an Education
“It was a fantastic experience – probably the best formal education experience that I’ve ever had,” said Chris Hoina, Jenkins MBA graduate. “Having worked for a year now outside of it, I can definitely say I was more than prepared to do the kind of work that I’m doing.”
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Learning Beyond the Classroom
“The leadership challenge allows students to develop a digital portfolio showcasing their involvement in activities that support their academic and overall success," said Leigh Shamblin, director of leadership.
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How the TEC Program Brings Business Startups to Life
The Technology Entrepreneurship and Commercialization Certificate Program offers Jenkins MBA and STEM graduate students the opportunity to engage in all stages of a company’s formation and growth.
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How COVID-19 has Altered the Workplace
Beth Ritter and Patrick Flynn tackle the future implications today's workforce across industries will face when the stay-at-home order is lifted worldwide.
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Immediate Need for Career Services Partners

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During these unprecedented times, Poole alumni can be a tremendous resource for current undergraduate and graduate students.  If you or your team could benefit from an undergraduate student to assist with short-term projects related to accounting, analytics, finance, HR, IT, marketing or supply chain, please contact Brian Newton, Director of Undergraduate Career Center.  


If you are in a growing industry that is in need of talent, providing internships or looking for short-term help from our graduate population, connect with Beverly Porter, Director of Career Center for Jenkins Graduate Programs.


If you need help, or want to help, let’s talk. 

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