The University Fellowship Office is asking faculty and staff to nominate students for nationally competitive and prestigious awards.
This fall staff from across DASA are again getting together an intramural soccer team for fun and exercise (participating in the Grad/Faculty/Staff league) and we are seeking new teammates! Games are short and the season is short!
Provost Warwick Arden has appointed Dr. Lisa Zapata and Bret Smith, IDSA, to key leadership roles in the Division of Academic and Student Affairs following the departure of Dr. Mike Mullen. Zapata will serve as
DASA’s First Term Survey helps our division learn how we can best support the success of the whole student. We need your help to promote the survey to first-term students this fall.
Volunteers are needed for move-in and the Good Neighbor Initiative from Aug. 15-20.
University College and the Division of Academic and Student Affairs are excited to announce the addition of Holly Hurlburt as the college’s new Assistant Dean and Executive Director for Academic Enrichment Programs.
Brian Mathis and Travis Sills of NC State University’s Division of Academic and Student Affairs (DASA) join 10 other NC State University Awards of Excellence recipients to compete for the prestigious Governor’s Awards for Excellence.
If you are wondering what’s up with the new construction at the DH Hill, Jr. Library, you’ll be pleased to know it’s for the new Academic Success Center, opening in 2020.
This coming year the Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR is partnering with the Panhellenic Association in Fraternity and Sorority Life for an exciting new opportunity.
Juntos means ‘together’ in Spanish, and the Juntos program at NC State University empowers 8th-12th grade students. Now, they join DASA for an even greater impact on families.