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Wolfpack Wellness

NC State prepares the Wolfpack community for a wellness-infused world.

Education about health and wellbeing equips our students, faculty and staff with tools to embrace and solve complex social, community, emotional, physical, purposeful and financial challenges that the future holds. NC State has colleges and academic departments that focus on health and exercise, humanities and social sciences, textiles, engineering, agriculture and life sciences, natural resources, veterinary medicine, music, and exploratory studies. Simply put – wellbeing is an inherent part of our university’s curriculum and campus culture.

Spotlight on Research

Teaching at the Institute of Logopedics in Wichita, Kansas, was the motivation Dr. Lewis needed to pursue advanced degrees in special education. Since then, Dr. Lewis has been a lecturer and assistant professor in the Department of Health and Exercise Studies at NC State. Additionally, she co-developed the Challenge and Champions Program at NC State. During the summers of 1995 and 1996, she was the educational coordinator for the Multimodal Treatment Study for Children with/without Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder at Duke University. This national study is recognized worldwide as one of the foremost research studies examining the most effective treatment for children with ADHD.

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  • by Suzanne Wardle
    An NC State specialist certificate program is helping paraprofessionals around the state tackle opioid-use disorder in their communities.
  • by Tim Peeler
    Eleni Bardaka guides her students in developing transportation systems that support a community's physical, mental and sustainable well-being.
  • by Suzanne Stanard
    Just as she discovered nutrition science as an undergraduate at NC State, Natalie Cooke helps ignite students' interest in the discipline.
  • by Tim Peeler
    A new web-based interview program shines a light on NC State's groundbreaking work in wellness, nutrition, recreation and sustainability.
  • by David Hunt
    Autumn Belk teaches students to master yoga's ancient techniques to achieve harmony of mind and body and improve overall well-being. The lessons can last a lifetime.