Meet Antonio Bush!
Antonio Bush’s interest in higher education administration emerged during his undergraduate career at Albany State University (ASU), a historically black university in southwest Georgia. While at ASU, Antonio was one of two freshmen to serve on the Student Activity Advisory Board (S.A.A.B.), was a student representative for the College of Education’s Dean’s Cabinet, and developed a mentoring program for fourth grade boys.
NC State University is a premier center for graduate study, known nationally for innovative degree programs, a world-renowned faculty, and groundbreaking collaborative research. The Graduate School is responsible for administering over 220 different graduate degrees (Master's, Ph.D., and Ed.D.) across all 10 of NC State's academic colleges. Currently, more than 7,400 students from all areas of the U.S. and 85 other countries are pursuing post-baccalaureate study at NC State.
Our outstanding graduate programs emphasize real-world experience through original research opportunities, comprehensive extension and engagement activities, and partnerships with governments, industry, and other universities. Our programs also offer students the advantages of over 2,500 world-renowned faculty, a global academic perspective, and a respect for diversity. In addition, NC State's Centennial Campus and Centennial Biomedical Campus provide a unique venue for university, government, and industry partners interacting in multidisciplinary programs. Together, these strengths create a uniquely hands-on learning environment that encourages our students to explore cutting-edge issues in their areas of study while building the essential inquiry, communication, and leadership skills they will need to succeed.